Things to do for January 22, 2015

The Weekender

Secret Sushi, Poetry Dinners and Yoga

Put a little weekend in your heart.

Thursday
Top-Secret Sushi Stuff Here
THE HEADS UP

Top-Secret Sushi Stuff Here

A bit over a year ago, a top-secret, password-only LA pop-up sushi operation came to town. With them: the finest fish, the customest cocktails and a concert to boot. Then they were gone. They didn’t call. They didn’t write. Now they’re back. Will you forgive them? Hint: yes.

Best Made for Half the Usual
THE SALE

Best Made for Half the Usual

Heavy wool blankets, heavy wool-knit caps and heavy wool shackets. Go outside and think on how you feel about those concepts. Then come back in and plan to check out Best Made’s sale, where they’ve got them for not very much. Way to logic.

Ongoing, Best Made Co., 36 White St (between Broadway and Church), 646-478-7092

Saturday
Little Park Is in the Brunch Crowd Now
THE BRUNCH

Little Park Is in the Brunch Crowd Now

Assuming you plan on eating Saturday and Sunday, we’ll assume part of that strategy will include brunch. So let us submit you consuming “Improved” (with rum) mimosas and baked eggs with chorizo and artichoke at Little Park. It’s a more... specific strategy.

Sat-Sun, 10am-3pm, Little Park, 85 W Broadway (between Warren and Chambers), 212-220-4110

Sunday
Yoga Has Changed
THE WORKOUT

Yoga Has Changed

Bridge pose. Downward dog. “Enter Sandman.” Oh yes, this is metal yoga. We have no idea how it’ll work out. But it certainly kills off Enya once and for all.

Jan 25, 3pm, $13, Metal Yoga at The Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Ave (between Troutman and Jefferson), Brooklyn, 917-719-1138

Bagpipes, Poetry and April Bloomfield
THE DINNER

Bagpipes, Poetry and April Bloomfield

A few things are happening at Spotted Pig Sunday. One: you’re getting a three-course, whisky-paired Scottish meal from April Bloomfield. Two: you’re celebrating the poet Robert Burns. Three: there will be bagpipes. Four: you will be playing them. Five: four’s not true.

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