Things to do for May 25, 2016

The Weekender

Waterfront Beers, Wagyu Hash and Caddyshack

We see you’ve got your brand-new leopard-skin pill-box weekend.

Wednesday
Float. Drink Beers. Maybe Go for a Kayak.
THE BARGE

Float. Drink Beers. Maybe Go for a Kayak.

It’s not summer until the industrial pop-up bar and restaurant and place-to-retrieve-kayaks opens on the water in Greenpoint, offering grilled fish tacos, pulled-pork- and Korean-chili-topped fries, and spiced rum punch. If you’re into “doing things,” there’re fishing, kayaking and sailing sessions. So... get ready to make things official.

Daily, 11am-2am, The Brooklyn Barge, 3 Milton St (at the East River), Brooklyn, 929-337-7212

To the Wythe, for Apolis
THE POP-UP MARKET

To the Wythe, for Apolis

For the next few months, this LA-based brand will be posted up in the Wythe Hotel. Go, check out their limited-edition Brooklyn market bags, buy yourself some handsome crewnecks, linen shorts and nice-looking glassware. Nothing like some good, solid glassware shopping.

Saturday
Le Turtle Has Boarded the Brunch Train
LE BRUNCH

Le Turtle Has Boarded the Brunch Train

Wagyu hash: here. French toast with coffee whipped cream: also here. Creamy oats with peppered bacon: here. The answer to your next question is: here.

Sat-Sun, 11am-3:30pm, Le Turtle, 177 Chrystie St (at Rivington), 646-918-7189

Monday
Just a Real Solid Memorial Day Option
THE MEAT-AND-MINI-GOLF

Just a Real Solid Memorial Day Option

Should you be staying local for the three-day weekend, consider spending one day here. On account of the hard-cider-glazed ribs, a two-hole mini-golf course and a Caddyshack matinee. That’s why.

May 30, noon, Syndicated, 40 Bogart St (at Moore), Brooklyn, 718-386-3399

What Else Is New
Omakase, Hummus and a Per Se Chef
AND NOW...

Omakase, Hummus and a Per Se Chef

For wild-caught, Japan-imported omakase: You’ve got chef Masaki Saito and his team of master sushi chefs on 5th Ave.
For some exceptional hummus: There’s this Philly-hailing hummus stand in Chelsea Market (pictured).
For roasted hen in a quaint garden: A Per Se and Alinea vet just opened this spot in Prospect Heights. Expect rhubarb-tequila drinks, carrot crepes with sunflower and clams, and other spectacularly summery-sounding things.

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