Your Perks: 1) A morning of brunching on the Hudson with incredible views and many mimosas. Oh, and bring a friend. 2) Vintage Rolexes. Today is totally the day you take the plunge. 3) You’re getting Shakespeare in the Park tickets without having to wait on the Shakespeare in the Park ticket line.
Things to do for May 21, 2015
Crawfish, French Loafers and Atera’s New Chef
On the next episode of Weekend...
One of These Pop-Ups Is in a Van
On Crosby Street: You have a meeting with Thaddeus O’Neil’s breezy collection of suede
shorts and boatneck tees. Don’t be tardy.
Meanwhile, in the Hamptons: A 1940s Citroën H Van is roaming the streets with a panoply of Galet’s handcrafted French loafers. Hamptons trucks are different from other trucks.
It’s Called Mysteryland
This weekend, Diplo, Dillon Francis, Empire of the Sun and many Brooklyn foodie vendors are converging on the original site of Woodstock for a four-day electronic-music extravaganza. There are two kinds of people. Those who are going, and those throwing around keywords like “Hendrix,” “rolling over” and “grave.”
It’s a Louisiana Crawfish Boil
Let’s try this. We’ll list some things happening at Narcissa’s Memorial Day weekend celebration, and
you stop us once you’ve heard enough.
—A Louisiana crawfish boil on the gorgeous South Garden terrace.
Looks like someone’s a sucker for pecan pie.
Like _____, for Picnics
Picnics are something you have to meticulously plan and prepare. Picnycs is a service that takes care of all that busywork by delivering a basket with the necessary accoutrements directly to you at your favorite city park. Thus concludes this week’s edition of Quirkily Spelled Web-Based Businesses.
What Else Is New
Meet Atera’s New Chef
Then: Before closing, Atera earned two Michelin stars and, well, you know. Great
Now: Atera has reopened with chef Ronny Emborg (from Copenhagen’s Marchal) and a new menu featuring baerii caviar and lamb en croûte.
Like, Right Now: Your stomach is doing that thing where it wants to go to Atera.