Your Perks: 1) Cocktails and chocolate fondue for two on a heated rooftop... for $60. (Rooftop cocktailing season never dies.) 2) Exclusive tickets to Queen of the Night, from the people behind Sleep No More and The Box.3) A 100% custom, fully canvassed suit. To start the new year in style...
Things to do for December 19, 2013
Momofuku, Manhattans and Dancing
Simply having a wonderful weekend-time.
Half Off the Nattiest Stuff in Town
Brace yourself. You’re about to be in full-on coveting mode. Carson Street Clothiers is doing half off on some of the most desirable shoes, Italian peacoats and sport coats you’ve ever seen. Self-gifting season is a wonderful thing.
Getting Hot and Sweaty on the LES
And now, a list of things you won’t get away with at Louie and Chan’s sexy new late-night
There ends the list.
Wild Manhattans. Pork Belly. Say Hello.
Say you’re in Midtown. Your stomach’s growling. Your mouth is parched. More than anything, you could use some braised pork belly with pepper jam on toast, and about four different kinds of Manhattans (including one with a rum addition). And, well, that’s what Park Kitchen is there for. Fancy that.
Momofuku Ssäm Bar, Now with Brunch
August 2006: David Chang opens Momofuku Ssäm Bar. Life gets a little more delicious.
December 2013: Ssäm Bar finally remembers brunch is a thing, launches that.
This Saturday afternoon: You drink mulled-cider cocktails and down duck-bacon tacos. Life remains delicious.
Christmas Dinner, Jewish-Style
Christmas: you think what you love about it the most is... the pastrami-Reuben spring rolls. Yeah, that’s it. Like the ones you’ll have at the Jewish-Chinese mashup meal for Christmas Eve and Day at Kutsher’s. Leave any Red Ryder BB guns you’ve acquired at home.