Things to do for September 28, 2016

Let’s Not Forget the Warhol Films, Chicago-Style Dogs and Good Fall Clothing

Because That’s Your Weekend

By Ilana Dadras

You’re so vain, I bet you think this weekend’s about you.

Wednesday
Well, This Stuff Costs Less Than It Should
THE CLOTHES

Well, This Stuff Costs Less Than It Should

Through tomorrow, Maker & Company will be having a cash-only sample sale with many handsome fall sport shirts, pants, knits and blazers at up to 75% off. Your back thanks you in advance.

Through Sep 29, 9am-4pm, Maker & Company, 35 W 36th St, Studio 10W (between 5th and 6th)

Saturday
Look Here, It’s Pancetta-and-Pecorino-Stuffed Ravioli
THE BRUNCH

Look Here, It’s Pancetta-and-Pecorino-Stuffed Ravioli

Things to know about the new brunch at Café Medi:

1) The menu’s got burgers with piave cheese and pancetta, Mediterranean-style croque madames with burrata and parmesan, and pancetta-and-pecorino-stuffed sweet corn ravioli.
2) The guys responsible for Beaumarchais and Provocateur are behind the ambience.
3) You can derive pretty much everything else you need to know from #2.

Sunday
It’s the Chelsea Girls 50th Anniversary, So This Makes Sense
THE SCREENING

It’s the Chelsea Girls 50th Anniversary, So This Makes Sense

The man who originally screened Warhol’s Chelsea Girls 50 years ago will be presenting it here. If you haven’t seen it: Warhol shot over six hours of vignettes inside the Chelsea Hotel, and then split-screened them by showing a dozen 16mm reels side-by-side. If you have seen it, disregard that last sentence.

Monday
Chicago Beer, Chicago Dogs, Chicago Tattoos
THE DOGS

Chicago Beer, Chicago Dogs, Chicago Tattoos

Chicago’s Revolution Brewing is coming to NYC and declaring their presence with a party at this UES beer hall. There will be ample beer, hot dogs the way Chicagoans like ’em (read: a vegetable garden on top) and regrettable decisions courtesy of a guy from Three Kings doing free Chicago-themed tattoos.

What Else Is New
Ceviche and Oyster Shooters Inside Chelsea Market
AND NOW...

Ceviche and Oyster Shooters Inside Chelsea Market

The team behind LA taco stand Los Tacos No. 1 just launched this Tijuana-and-Baja-inspired seafood stand inside Chelsea Market, for lunches that call for spicy shrimp-clam-octopus ceviche, oyster shooters and fish tacos. In short, seafood.

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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