Things to do for July 12, 2017

When Chef David Santos Hosts a Game of Thrones Dinner, You Go to It

Same Goes for When Lee Burridge Curates your Brooklyn Mirage Line-Up

By Ilana Dadras

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Simon Miller’s Way Less This Weekend

Simon Miller’s Way Less This Weekend

You’re likely familiar with Simon Miller, maker of attractive clothes equal parts Japanese fabrication and solid American craftsmanship. Think textural sweaters, nice denim washes, leather bags you want to put your things in and tote around. Good, now make plans to hit their sample sale, where they’re doing up to 50% off the best of this season and seasons’ past.

Jul 14-15, 11am-7pm, Jul 16, 12pm-4pm, Simon Miller Sample Sale, 167 Canal St (between Mott and Elizabeth), 5th Fl

In Case You’re Wondering What GoT-Inspired Carpaccio Tastes Like

In Case You’re Wondering What GoT-Inspired Carpaccio Tastes Like

Chef David Santos (pedigree check: he’s trained at Bouley and Per Se) is back with his signature Game of Thrones dinners. The menu’s inspired by the characters and the relationships between them. So, yeah, things get weird. Like...
—A Jon Snow & Sir Davos-inspired tuna carpaccio, where Chef plays with the idea of Jon being of ice and fire by torching the tuna and serving it alongside jalapeño ice. And Sir Davos is known the onion knight, so also expect onions.
—Cersei & Euron-inspired soup, with black chicken (to represent Cersei’s heart) and smoked eel (the snake of the sea sounds about right for Euron).

Jul 14, 8pm, Jul 15, 9pm, July 17-18, 8pm, $125, 31 Carmine St (between Bedford and Bleecker), tickets here

Enjoyable Boat Party Alert

Enjoyable Boat Party Alert

Just another one of your pirate-themed rave-cruises around the Hudson with highly dance-able electronic provided by Jon Charnis (among others) and good vibes provided by Zero.

Museum of Broken Relationships Lands in New York

Museum of Broken Relationships Lands in New York

The Museum of Broken Relationships is a project with museums in Croatia and LA that features objects and stories like a stuffed Snoopy given to a recent divorcee some 30 years prior, an espresso machine someone used to use to make her ex-lover morning coffee, and other items people don’t want anywhere near them anymore. They’re doing a pop-up this weekend in New York, should you care to wallow in your own sorrows and/or feel better about whatever your current relationship status is.

It’s All Day I Dream at The Brooklyn Mirage, So You’ve Got to Do It

It’s All Day I Dream at The Brooklyn Mirage, So You’ve Got to Do It

Lee Burridge brings his legendary daytime party to the Mirage this Sunday, with Yokoo and Hoj and himself providing the soundtrack. If you haven’t been to the Mirage yet this season, it’s a sprawling half-indoor, half-outdoor spot full of palm trees with tiered rooftops for hanging, eating tacos and other food they’ve got on-site, and downing margaritas with glorious sunset views. In other words, it doesn’t suck.

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Ilana Dadras

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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