Things to do for January 25, 2017

Raw-Cookie-Dough-Filled Waffle Cone, Anyone?

Pizza Hollandaise and Convincing Mia Wallaces Are Also in the Cards

By Ilana Dadras

Wednesday
This Cadet Is Not Expensive. Not Expensive at All.
THE SALE

This Cadet Is Not Expensive. Not Expensive at All.

It’s like some alternate universe in which all the flannel button-downs, ribbed wool-cashmere sweaters, sleek gray admiral coats and other military-influenced menswear you know Cadet is good for are way less than they should be. Like, up to 90% less.

Jan 25-29, 11am-7pm, Cadet, 46 N 6th St (between Wythe and Kent), Brooklyn, 718-715-1695

Calling All Pulp Fiction Enthusiasts
THE TARANTINO

Calling All Pulp Fiction Enthusiasts

Reasons to spend your evening here: a cover band is going to perform the Pulp Fiction soundtrack in its entirety. There will be a twist contest. You’re bound to find a couple attendees dressed like Mia Wallace. Feels like enough reasons.

Jan 25, 8:30pm, $12-$15, Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave (at Havemeyer), Brooklyn, 347-529-6696

Saturday
For Brunch That’s More Italian Than Not
THE PIZZA-HOLLANDAISE

For Brunch That’s More Italian Than Not

That Italian spot in the William Vale hotel is launching brunch, and it’s going to be damn good. Think waffles, but polenta waffles with orange-mulberry syrup and mascarpone. Think eggs benedict, just with pepperoni Sicilian bread and pizza hollandaise. Think Bloody Marys, but with salsa picante and fennel salt. Okay, that’s enough thinking about breakfast items for the time being.

Sat-Sun, 10am-4pm, Leuca at The William Vale, 111 N 12th St (between Berry and Wythe), Brooklyn, 718-581-5900

There Are Many Reasons to Attend This Dinner
THE CHARITABLE INDULGENCE

There Are Many Reasons to Attend This Dinner

Four chefs hailing from spots like Acme, Public and the Musket Room will be joining forces for a five-course dinner at Saxon + Parole—each chef will handle a course, then they’ll collaborate on your main and dessert. Should you need further convincing, some of the proceeds will be going to a charity dedicated to sustainable agriculture and the like.

Sunday
Where Stoner and Your Eight-Year-Old Self’s Dreams Collide
THE MOST GLORIOUS OPENING

Where Stoner and Your Eight-Year-Old Self’s Dreams Collide

It’s called Dō, and it’s exactly what you think it is. That is, if you think it’s a place for indulging in harmless raw cookie dough piled into waffle cones, half-baked into brownies or frozen into cookie form.

Now open, , 550 LaGuardia Pl (at 3rd), 646-892-3600

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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