Things to do for March 09, 2016

The Weekender

Whiskey Ice Cream and a Goodfellas Dinner

Pay no attention to that weekend behind the curtain.

Live Music. Bushwick. Obviously.

Live Music. Bushwick. Obviously.

Guy from the Rapture walks into an opening party at a new Bushwick neo-dive bar. He does a set while you drink gratis drinks. That was either A) an extremely millennial joke setup, or B) something actually happening.

Mar 10, 8pm, Goldsounds, 44 Wilson Ave (between George and Melrose), Brooklyn, 718-618-0686

OddFellows + Whiskey

OddFellows + Whiskey

In honor of some Irish holiday, the cream-based mad scientists of OddFellows are launching a flight of three different Irish whiskey ice creams through April—12-year malt, spiked Irish coffee ice cream and handmade marshmallows are involved. Guess hands can make marshmallows.

Mar 11-Apr 30, $10, OddFellows, 175 Kent Ave (between N 3rd and N 4th), Brooklyn, 347-599-0556

Pancakes and Bloodys at Syndicated

Pancakes and Bloodys at Syndicated

You’ll wake up late on Saturday. You’ll meet friends for a 2:30 brunch of pulled-pork-topped breakfast tots and gochujang Bloody Marys, and then you’ll watch Spring Breakers without leaving the building. To recap: tots, spicy alcohol, Franco.

Sat-Sun, 11am-3pm, Syndicated, 40 Bogart St (at Moore), Brooklyn, 718-386-3399

Goodfellas Dinner at Riverpark

<i>Goodfellas</i> Dinner at Riverpark

Reasons this will make an exceptional date night:

—You’re right on the river.
—Five Goodfellas-inspired courses happen: spaghetti with red sauce and razor-thin garlic, pan-seared ribeye... you remember the scene.
—You’ll make clever remarks as a Goodfellas screening occurs.

Do not take offense if someone finds you “funny.”

Mar 13, 6:30pm, $95, Riverpark, 450 E 29th St (between the FDR and 1st), 212-729-9790

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