Happy Monday, everyone! You can now take a deep sigh of relief that the statistically most depressing month of the year has almost come to a close. I’ll be escaping the winter doldrums and jetting off to sunshine, cacti, and golf greens in Phoenix, but don’t worry, there’s plenty to do right here in the Big Apple. Hint: It starts with a Super, ends with a Bowl. Hut, hut, hike!
The closest I’ve come to sweet home Alabama is a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert last summer. Luckily for me, the Art of Alabama Food exhibit launches today in Chelsea Market so that I can get a first-hand taste of the beloved Southern cuisine. The art-gallery style pop up is on display until February 2nd; more details here. 75 9th Ave., New York, NY.
Emily and I are thrilled to be attending the James Beard Foundation’s JBF Greens launch party tonight, which kicks off the newest membership category in the organization for foodies under 40. Greens guests are invited to discover the city’s newest restaurants, chefs, and culinary trends, all while enjoying great food and drinks. Click here to learn more about membership.
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If I were stranded on a deserted island, my three preferred sources of sustenance would be wine, cheese, and dessert. On Wednesday, this trifecta of deliciousness is brought together by Murray’s Cheese at 10 Degrees Bistro, which won’t actually be too deserted. The experts at Murray’s and 10 Degrees will host a hands-on pairing with four great wines and oysters, cheese, and a “dessert surprise or two.” This event is only for the ladies, so grab a few gal pals and purchase tickets today! 121 Saint Marks Place, New York, NY.
It seems like a new boutique spinning studio is opening up daily here in the city, but we’re particularly excited to try out Cyc in Astor Place’s edgy David Barton Gym. “Cycologists”’ will lead you in a 45 minute ride that incorporates weights and is inspired by more than 20 sports movements. Sign up here and use the promotion code “WG2014” for a free first class for new riders, valid until February 14th. 4 Astor Place, New York, NY.
If you have trouble dragging your boyfriend to a night at the museum, read on. The Museum of the Moving Image is getting in the Super Bowl spirit and is featuring an exhibit of the 25-year history of the Madden NFL football video game. Go one-on-one in playable versions of classic games throughout the years. 36-01 35th Ave., Astoria, NY.
“Hello Brooklyn, how you doing?” Jay-Z said it best and is opening the doors to the Barclays Center on Saturday for WFAN’s Big Hello to Brooklyn concert featuring the Red Hot Chili Peppers. This concert occurs on the biggest weekend of sports and entertainment. Buy tickets here. 620 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NY.
It’s Super Bowl Sunday! If you’re anything like me, I’m in it for the food and commercials. Regardless of you’re betting on the Seahawks, Broncos, or if the latest Google ad will make you cry again, pregame the big game with a fun boozy brunch. I recently had a blast at the East Village’s Poco with twenty of my besties. 33 Avenue B, New York, NY.