Things to do for June 04, 2015

The Weekender

Spaghetti, Bottomlessness and Mars

There once was a man from the weekend...

These Are Some Damn Impressive Sales

These Are Some Damn Impressive Sales

What are you going to do, not go to an Ovadia & Sons sample sale and a Carson Street Clothiers regular sale happening this weekend? We thought not.

Jun 4, 8:30am-7pm; Jun 5, 9am-4pm; Ovadia & Sons, 155 Wooster St, 4th Fl (between Prince and Houston); ongoing, Carson Street Clothiers, 63 Crosby St (between Broome and Spring), 212-925-2627

When We Leave Earth, This

When We Leave Earth, This

When man finally breaks the bonds of this small rock we call home, he’ll still need to eat. And when he does, his sustenance might look a little like what’ll be happening during the hypothetical Martian tastings and cook-offs happening at the Boiler. Sorry Dippin’ Dots, your day is over.

A New Chelsea Bottomless Brunch

A New Chelsea Bottomless Brunch

The folks at Barchetta are adding the all-important bottomless element to their Chelsea brunch. That means you, baguette french toast with ricotta and, now, tequila-chili cocktails in abundance. And in general, you’re an abundance fan.

Sat-Sun, 11:30am-4pm, Barchetta, 461 W 23rd St (between 9th and 10th), 212-255-7400

The Most Appropriate Belmont Party

The Most Appropriate Belmont Party

’21 Club is a legendary spot whose facade is lined with jockeys. Naturally then, it’s where you want to be for mini burgers, pigs in a blanket, lamb meatballs and classic cocktails until the race starts. And then, you know, while it’s happening, too.

Jun 6, 4:30-6:30pm, $55, ’21 Club, 21 W 52nd St (between 5th and 6th), 212-582-7200

What Else Is New
Much Spaghetti and BBQ

Much Spaghetti and BBQ

On the LES: There is only one thing happening at Spaghetti Incident: Axl Rose. No, it’s spaghetti. Nine kinds of spaghetti. So, in sum, spaghetti.
In Bushwick: The Shop is reopening with a beef-and-pork-sausage sandwich, vintage motorcycle stuff and a lot of live music.

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