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Things to do for September 13, 2017
A Solid Gold Dance Party on a Boat
And a Norwegian Cocktail Lab for Good MeasureBy Ilana Dadras
Cards, Cocktails and Extravagant Desserts
In a subterranean space that was once both a gambling school and speakeasy amid the Prohibition Era, you'll now find a dimly lit den with 16 seats before a six-course dessert tasting menu. From apple tintin with liquid nitrogen tonka ice cream to olive oil gelato with sea salt and eucalyptus, it's all ridiculously indulgent and notably good-looking. Visual proof of both claims right here.
They're Calling These the World's Most Comfortable Shoes. You'll See About That.
Allbirds, supposed maker of the world's most comfortable shoes, will open its first New York City outpost tomorrow. Grab a pair of super-fine merino wool knit sneakers. Consider lace colors inspired by our subway lines. Take a test run on the life-sized human hamster wheel. Ponder the symbolism.
Claus Meyer and Friends Are Making You Lunch
Munchies takes over part of Hester Street Fair this weekend, with an abundance of acclaimed Nordic mixologists, distillers and chefs attached. Expect eats from Claus Meyer (Agern, Great Nordic Food Hall) and Mikael Svensson (who has one of Norway's few Michelin stars), plus a cocktail lab, creamery and other things you'll probably like.
An All-Gold Boat Party to Close Out the Season
Ah, what a long, boat party-filled summer it's been. But before saying goodbye to drinking and dancing while sailing around the Hudson in good company, do exactly that, one more time. And do it here, since everybody will be dressed entirely in gold. Which sounds better than everybody doing it while not dressed entirely in gold.
One More Time for All Day I Dream
Lee Burridge returns to the outdoor, palm tree-laden electronic oasis that is the Brooklyn Mirage for one final all-day dance party, and he's bringing Lost Desert and Öona Dahl with him. Either those names inherently excite you, or you're going to have to trust us.
What Else Is New
The Definitive Sexual History of the '90s Is Here
It's called The Naughty Nineties, and we had an enlightening conversation with the book's author. Also, in case you missed it: we talked through the pilot of David Simon and George Pelecanos's new HBO show, The Deuce, and ranked the people causing the most panic in the White House this week. Enjoy.