Things to do for August 24, 2016

Endless Whiskeys, Endless Mimosas and Drinking for Good

Your Weekend’s Got a Lot of Everything

By Ilana Dadras

The season is calling; weekend’s pictures are falling down.

Wednesday
It’s Simple, Leffot-Fueled Logic
THE SHOES

It’s Simple, Leffot-Fueled Logic

Leffot makes nice shoes. You like nice shoes. Leffot’s nice shoes are now up to 50% off. It thus follows that you should head over to Leffot.

Ongoing, Leffot, 10 Christopher St (between Greenwich and Waverly), 212-989-4577

Thursday
You’ll Want to Be on This Vessel
THE WHISKEY CRUISE

You’ll Want to Be on This Vessel

This dinner cruise around Manhattan involves bottomless whiskey tastings. Stuff like Akashi Eigashima whiskey from Japan and Hyde Irish whiskey—and the whiskey connoisseurs to teach you why those are better than other whiskeys.

Sunday
Endless Mimosas, Live Music, Forgetting About Fall
THE MIMOSAS

Endless Mimosas, Live Music, Forgetting About Fall

Summer will officially end soon, but we’ve still got many hot days to go. And in light of everyone’s affinity for alcoholic brunch beverages, this spot is launching a beach-themed brunch series through September. There will be live music. There will be bottomless mimosas. There will probably be sand all over your personal items.

Sundays through September, 11am-1pm, $23, Lot45, 411 Troutman St (between Wyckoff and St. Nicholas), Brooklyn, 347-505-9155

Monday
New Orleans Wants a Word
THE ROOF

New Orleans Wants a Word

You’d enjoy drinking tiki-inspired cocktails at a rooftop pop-up from a beloved NOLA establishment (in this case, Cure) any night. But Monday night, half the proceeds from said pop-up are going to Louisiana flood relief. So, extra warm vibes.

Aug 29, 6pm, Roof at Park South, 125 E 27th St (between Lexington and Park), 212-204-5222

What Else Is New
A Little More Black Tap
AND NOW...

A Little More Black Tap

The team behind chef Joe Isidori’s burger-and-milkshake paradise just built a little annex onto the downtown location. All this to say you’ll now spend less time standing in a line, and more time confronting milkshakes.

Ilana Dadras cannot discern between situations in which sarcasm is and is not appropriate. Her favorite things include mezcal cocktails, Big Sur and writing about herself in the third person.

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