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Things to do for July 19, 2017
Should Raving in a Chocolate Factory and Endless Oysters Be of Any Interest...
And If You've Got Time, Hit the New Quality EatsBy Ilana Dadras
This Town Is Certainly Big Enough for Another Quality Eats
When you’re on the Upper East craving Dr. Pepper-braised long bone short ribs, or 24-ounces of grilled Berkshire porterhouse with pineapple caramel, but definitely a French press full of rosé sangria, you’ll want the new, second location of Quality Eats. Because they’ve got all that.
Megu’s Got a Pop-Up Oyster Bar, and You Should Go to It
There exists a man named Kevin Joseph who calls himself a master mermmelier. This man will be in the private dining room of Megu hosting an oyster pop-up wherein you and a date can stand and slurp exotic oysters, top them with 16 accoutrements like three-citrus Sancerre foam and Japanese mignonette, and pair it all with a bottle of Brut. Bless this man.
Chocolate, Mezcal and Dance Music. Together at Last.
You could do dinner and a movie, sure. Or you could make for this Bushwick chocolate factory with Funktion One speakers bumping some damn good dance music, plus handmade chocolates and an abundance of mezcal cocktails. Either or.
The Line Up’s a Secret. Go Anyway.
It’s the 20th installment of writer-musican Michael Leviton’s spoken word-live music event in The Jane’s beautiful ballroom. The line up’s a secret, but this event is always killer—think models recounting their wildest ayahuasca experiences and musicians like Moses Sumney taking the stage for a song or two. Let’s see what they’ve got in store this time around.
Chris Bianco’s Taking Over Sessanta
Beard-winning chef Chris Bianco will be taking over the kitchen at Sessanta for one night only, and it’ll result in many a pleasant tasting thing like chicken cacciatore and hand-rolled cavatelli with charred leeks and goat cheese cream. And the time to secure your seats is... now.