Things to do for February 01, 2017

Check Out This Pizza Place. Their Motto Is “Death to False Pizza.”

And If There’s Time, Swing By Danny Meyer’s New Takeout Spot

By Ilana Dadras

Wednesday
Thursday
Westerlind Respects You. Hence: Sale.
THE BASICS

Westerlind Respects You. Hence: Sale.

It’s better to have too many oxfords, track jackets and solid T-shirts than not enough. Everybody knows that. Especially Westerlind, apparently, because they’re taking up to 50% off those very things and a bunch of other things. It’s a sale, is basically what we’re getting at.

Friday
Their Motto Is “Death To False Pizza”
THE METAL PIZZA

Their Motto Is “Death To False Pizza”

Straight from Portland, this pizza spot has pies like 6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon (Canadian bacon and pineapple) and Drugs Benedict (white bean spread, bacon bits, hash browns) in a classic pizzeria-like setting, save for the metal tees and sign proclaiming, “Eat Pizza Every Day” on the wall. It’s a fair ask.

Now open, Sizzle Pie, 457 Graham Ave (at Meeker), Brooklyn, 718-723-7437

What’s That, There? Next to Union Square Cafe?
THE BONUS

What’s That, There? Next to Union Square Cafe?

When Danny Meyer found the new home for Union Square Cafe, it happened to come with a tiny storefront next door. And so he filled it with Italian breakfast sandwiches, freshly baked breads and rotisserie chickens for you to utilize for any breakfast and takeout snack needs. As one does.

Opens Feb 3, Daily Provisions, 103 E 19th St (between Irving Pl and Park Ave S), 212-488-1505

Saturday
Food Inspired by Art. These Things Happen Sometimes.
THE DATE NIGHT

Food Inspired by Art. These Things Happen Sometimes.

Here’s where over 20 chefs from the likes of American Cut, Seamstress and The Penrose will come together to create dishes inspired by a work of art curated by Sotheby’s. And it’s where you’ll be this Saturday, if you know what’s good for you.

Sunday
You’ve Got to Fight for Your Right (to Party, Among Other Things)
THE BENEFIT

You’ve Got to Fight for Your Right (to Party, Among Other Things)

Sometimes activism is fun. Like, say, when it involves drinking drinks and dancing at Black Flamingo with all proceeds benefiting the American Civil Liberties Union. Which happens to be exactly what’s going on here in case that wasn’t already abundantly clear.

Feb 5, 6pm-midnight, $20 suggested donation, Black Flamingo, 168 Borinquen Pl (between Keap and Hooper), Brooklyn, 718-387-3337

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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