Things to do for October 19, 2016

Osteria del Teatro Has a New Home. It’s Nice.

So Are This New Fall Pool Party and Eating Ice Cream Sandwiches on a Rooftop

By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

Pumpkin spice weekend.

Wednesday
So Long, Osteria del Teatro. Oh, Hello Again.
TRADING PLACES

So Long, Osteria del Teatro. Oh, Hello Again.

After 29 years, Osteria del Teatro has packed its bags. Don’t worry, it's just moving to the Marlin Hotel. Menu’s the same, but there’s a full bar at your disposal now, along with a lounge playing black-and-white films. So it’s not really a lateral move.

Thursday
A 100-Year-Old Spanish Market Takes Downtown
FERIA ENOUGH

A 100-Year-Old Spanish Market Takes Downtown

Spain’s La Feria by Mercado de San Miguel is back in town. This year, they’ve expanded things. You’ll find 9,000 square feet’s worth of vendors slinging Spanish tapas and delicacies. Stuff like jamón ibérico, seafood paella, Galician-style octopus, and gin and tonics. Gin and tonics qualify as delicacies.

Live Music and Ice Cream Sandwiches High Above the Ground
FILL ’ER UP

Live Music and Ice Cream Sandwiches High Above the Ground

Three reasons you should go to the rooftop at the Filling Station tomorrow night:

1) They’ve just renovated their outdoor pool.
2) There’ll be live music from local artist Shira Lee.
3) Wynwood Parlor will be providing ice cream sandwiches.

In conclusion: rooftop ice cream sandwiches.

Friday
Just a Fine Evening of Drinks and Bollywood-Style Cabaret
MUMBAI’S THE WORD

Just a Fine Evening of Drinks and Bollywood-Style Cabaret

Friday night. Late. You’re surrounded by images of India’s landscape. Suddenly, a sexy cabaret group enters wearing Bollywood-style garb. You might be in Mumbai. Or you might be at FDR’s India-themed party. Hard to tell, really.

Saturday
Fall Pool Party Alert
POOL RUNNINGS

Fall Pool Party Alert

Most of the country has already bid a fond farewell to their pools. But not us. No. See, the Confidante’s decided to launch a new Saturday pool party with fish tacos, rosé specials and all the elaborate pool floats your heart desires. Though one is probably just fine.

Jackie Gutierrez-Jones finds unhyphenated names quaint. She believes that croquetas and gin cocktails are suitable precursors to running and hoisting heavy weights over one’s head.

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