Things to do for October 07, 2015
Party Brunch, the ’80s and Black Seed
There’s no I in weekend.
NYC at Its Coolest
If you were on the LES in the ’70s and ’80s, well, bully for you. You probably had a good time. If not, there’re old alt weeklies, underground gallery fliers and art from Keith Haring, Basquiat and Patti Smith here through Saturday so you can get the vibe. Soak it in.
French Bocce at M. Wells
We’ll go out on a limb here and say this will be the most prestigious pétanque tournament at a steakhouse you’ll attend this week. You’ll see some of NYC’s finest players, along with a few other gents from around the globe, including the world singles champion. What a life.
There’s Funk at Tijuana Picnic
Tijuana Picnic already had brunch. Green chorizo and eggs. Large-scale margaritas. It was a good brunch. That’s now also a party brunch. A party brunch with a DJ spinning some soul, some funk and some disco. Way to improve a brunch, Tijuana Picnic.
A Chef’s Counter Guest at Rebelle
North End Grill is an excellent restaurant. Rebelle is an excellent restaurant. Sunday, the North End Grill chef comes and cooks with the Rebelle chef, at a single table just off the kitchen, for you and just a handful of other people. There’s math you should do in there somewhere.
What Else Is New
Warm Bagels and Hot Shufflepuck
In the East Village: You like bagels. Black Seed has superb bagels. And a new spot in the
East Village from which to serve them.
In Bushwick: Pinball, shufflepuck, heavy-handed cocktails and beer are happening at Birdy’s. See you there.