Are New Year’s resolutions too cliche? Not for us, Bitches. Whether you plan to buy that ClassPass subscription that was too pricey for 2017 or go full on Paleo, we’re rooting for you. From a Brooklyn twist on high tea to a visit to an urban sweat lodge, check out what we’re up to this first week of the year with our social calendar below.
Need to recharge after popping the bubbly over and over? Shape House’s urban sweat lodge recently opened on the Upper East Side, and it’s just the detox you need. You probably didn’t know sweating can improve sleep, make you more aware, and destress even the busiest of Bitches. Book your first visit today. 1316 Madison Avenue, 1st Floor
The only thing more relaxing than a good yoga class is a good yoga class plus a few glasses of wine. Unwind after a busy holiday season at Drunk Yoga tonight, where you’ll take part in an easy one-hour vinyasa class that also features an open wine bar. If you aren’t already a yoga fan, this class definitely has the potential to change your mind! Drexler’s, 9 Avenue A
Our favorite farm frozen smoothie delivery company, Daily Harvest, is launching their brand new harvest bowls today. Keep up with your healthy eating goals by getting your hands on these bowls full of healing superfood ingredients (think turmeric, kimchi and kitchari – a healing/cleansing staple of Ayurvedic medicine) with flavor-forward combinations like basil pesto and mesquite-infused chipotle perfect for your conscious lifestyle. Your doorstep, NYC
NYC has a growing selection of vegan restaurants, and the latest is PS Kitchen, a midtown establishment that donates 100 percent of its profits to charity. Tonight, PS Kitchen is hosting Manhattan Vegan Drinks, a monthly event designed for people to meet other vegetarians, vegans and veg-curious NYers brought to you by The Humane League – NYC. Stop by for free appetizers, including crispy artichokes, bruschetta, and truffle fries, as well as happy hour drink specials. PS Kitchen, 246 W. 48th St.
Have you always wanted to learn how to read tarot cards but find it too intimidating? Then check out Tarot for Beginners tonight where you’ll learn a basic reading using a simple three-card spread. The class is designed to give you a solid foundation to begin your own tarot exploration, and a discussion session will follow. Tarot Society Gallery & Reading Room, 7 Charles Place, Brooklyn
Feeling fancy this Friday? Head to the Williamsburg Hotel for Brookyln High Tea — a modern twist on traditional English High Tea service. Treat yourself to a cake tier of sweet and savory dishes with your choice of a fine Japanese-sourced tea in pretty teapots, or, opt for some champagne instead. 96 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn
Beer gardens aren’t just for summertime thanks to Loreley Beer Garden and its Winter Wonderland. Stop by this heated, outdoor beer garden, serving seasonal craft beers and cocktails, mulled wines, and much more. 7 Rivington St.
Searching for a nonchalant spot to take the special man in your life for brunch? Look no further. The Shakespeare is trading in avocado toast and Instagrammable decor for a traditional English Sunday roast and a rich, homey vibe. Hop on over to this spot in The William Hotel today for a delicious, chill meal to make up for last Sunday’s madness.