Your future is filled with possibility—and a weekend.
Scotch Tasting at Opus Restaurant
Between sips of single malts, you'll sample hors d'oeuvres from Chef Josef Centeno, who's hunting for a new
spot to continue his spontaneous tasting menus. He's working on a special one involving beef tongue and
bluefin tuna for those who stick around afterward.
At this gallery opening, the ceiling descends around you—but there are holes to poke your head through.
(What will those crazy artists think of next.) After some complimentary beer and wine, continue on to the
Edison, whose vast open space will quash any lingering claustrophobia.
If Avenue Q's recent arrival didn't satisfy your quota of foul-mouthed puppetry for the year, you
might want to investigate the "Puppet Up! Uncensored" show at the Avalon—put on, somewhat jarringly, by
the once-G-rated Jim Henson Company.
Among the goods at this one-day event, you'll find denim, suits, blazers and button-downs discounted by as
much as 80%. Before you depart, toast your sartorial victories with some free champagne.
Café La Boheme Reopens
What once looked like a castle from Phantom of the Opera has been reborn into something like...a
castle from Phantom of the Opera with more booths, modern touches and an overhauled menu. The
chandeliers remain (and remain immobile).