Happy Monday! I’m still buzzing from the gorgeous 70 degree weather in New York and spent my weekend frolicking through the park and sipping rose outside. In order to avoid some serious Coachella FOMO, I’ve filled my social calendar to the brim this week. Here’s what we’re looking forward to.
Single tickets for the general public are on sale today for Tribeca Film Festival. You can choose between matinee, late night, or evening and weeknight tickets. I’ll be attending the festival for the first time on Thursday night live tweeting on behalf of a client and can’t wait to rub shoulders with up and coming indie film stars.
I’m a kid in a candy store at Bitch approved C. Wonder; I die over their bright cardigans and monogrammed dishes. C. Wonder is hosting a trunk show beginning today at their Fifth Avenue location where you can snag apparel, accessories and home goods for up to 75 percent off retail. Tues – Sunday, 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. 260 Fifth Ave., New York, NY.
Happy Eggs Benedict Day! In honor of the holiday, we’ll be posting a NYC guide that features our favorite bennies around the city. Recently, Emily loved the smoked salmon Benedict at NoHo hotspot Lafayette.
As if you need an excuse to drink red wine on a Thursday, today is National Malbec Day! Thanks to everyone who entered our ticket giveaway. One lucky reader and a friend will join us at Cambalache to taste, sample and savour up to 120 of the best wines from 26 of Argentina’s top wineries. You can still purchase tickets here. Brooklyn Bazaar 165 Banker St, Brooklyn, NY
Musician and author Wesley Stace will host Cabinet of Wonders at City Winery for three spring nights, a one of a kind variety show featuring celebrated musicians, writers and comedians from 8-10 p.m. Village Voice calls it a “brilliant evening of laid-back fun.” 155 Varick St., New York, NY.
This weekend I switched up my workout routine and got my sweat on with an indoor rowing class at Brooklyn Crew, the latest trend in boutique fitness. Your legs and shoulders will burn as you row in rhythm to trendy music among bushy bearded hipsters. New rowers can book their first class for $25. 20 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY.
Happy Easter, for those who celebrate. This holiday means that even the family members who weren’t born in the brunching generation will still partake today. If you’re not escaping to suburbia for a weekend of egg decorating, try a special brunch in the city at The Little Owl. You’ll feel right at home.