Things to do for October 14, 2015

The Weekender

Eben Freeman, France and the 1920s

Weekend like it oughta be.

Wednesday
Up to 75% Off Sandro
THE SALE

Up to 75% Off Sandro

Sandro /san-droh/ a bunch of good-looking French sport coats, boots and such that are on sale right now at up to 75% off.
You /yoo/ the person who benefits from this.

Oct 14-18, 10am-8pm, Sandro, multiple locations

Saturday
Williamsburg’s Grand New Art Gallery
THE GALLERY

Williamsburg’s Grand New Art Gallery

There’s a new gallery at the old Williamsburgh Savings Bank. You know the spot. Yeah, so anyway, right now it’s got neon art, giant crocheted rooms and even bigger murals of light. Someone in the Guggenheim family put it together. Name sounds vaguely familiar.

Monday
Learning from a Cocktail Master
THE EDUCATION

Learning from a Cocktail Master

A little while ago, we told you Eben Freeman would be starting up some mixology classes at Genuine Liquorette, where you’d learn some advanced liquid-handling, wear a burgundy blazer and have your photo put up on the wall. Guess what time it is?

Tuesday
A Party Spot from Another Time
THE PARTY

A Party Spot from Another Time

Well, it’s finally come. That day when you need to own spats. The day when Chan’s Parlor begins. It’s where you go to the basement of Louie and Chan’s, that tiny party palace on the LES, and do, listen to and drink things like they did in the ’20s. Tails are also encouraged.

Tuesdays, 8pm, Louie and Chan, 303 Broome St (between Eldridge and Forsyth), 212-837-2816

What Else Is New
Sushi Seki’s New Drink Spot
AND NOW...

Sushi Seki’s New Drink Spot

Sushi Seki is one of the more underappreciated sushi outfits in this town. Let’s not make that mistake with its large new cocktail bar, where an Angel’s Share vet has helped put the menu together. We need to learn.

Now open, Bar Seki, 365 W 46th St (between 8th and 9th), 212-262-8880

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