Mom has taught you so much over the years. Show her that you've been listening, especially when she said, "Two bottles of sparkling rosé are better than one." And even if you weren't, Perks has you covered with this two-pack of the very delightful and brunch-friendly Michel Genet Rosé Champagne.
Things to do for April 25, 2018
Your New Downtown Rooftop Is Ready
And So Is Your Dance Party With the Rolling StonesBy Hadley Tomicki
When the Publican Comes to Town From Chicago...
Step into Firestone-Walker's Propagator tonight and you'll find the crew of Chicago's famed beer bar the Publican in the kitchen. They'll be collaborating on five beer-paired courses that center on "Pixie Dusted," a brew they're making together using three aged wild ales. Not just for nothing. For you.
You'll Like It on Top of the NoMad
NoMad's got a secret. A beautiful Downtown rooftop strapped with a pool for guests. And a café that's now open to the public, as long as you have reservations and enjoy spicy palomas and club sandwiches. Okay, NoMad had a secret.
Eric Greenspan's Breakfast Bodega on Wheels
The New Yorkers have spoken. They love our sun, but miss their morning breakfast-y bacon-egg-and-cheese sandwiches. So Eric Greenspan was all like, "Hey, I can make the hell of out of those with thick bacon, griddled pastrami and handmade chorizo, then deliver it in a preview of my forthcoming concept, Brekkie." Loosely.
You Love the Smell of Breakfast Tamales and Black Truffle Pizza in the Morning
Saturday, 1:13pm: You're with that person you met last night, doing breakfast tamales,
steak-and-eggs and Mexican pancakes with micheladas at Petite Taqueria's new weekend brunch.
Sunday, 11:34am: It's you and friends at Nerano, brunching on King salmon crudo and black truffle pizza. And answering a lot of questions about Friday night.
The Rolling Stones + DJs = You Dancing a Lot
Friend A loves DJs. Friend B loves rock. You just want to dance. You'll all find contentment at Sympathy for the Disco, a big dance party that remixes the work of the Rolling Stones and related acts. In the end, Keith Richards will outlive you all.
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What's It Like to Experience a Virtual Reality Movie?
Our correspondent reports back from Tribeca Film Festival's Virtual Arcade. Also: here's everything you need to know about that crazy sex cult involving that crazy Smallville actress. And finally, a peanut butter-y bourbon cocktail to wash all of that down.