Cheers to another week! Here’s your lineup of the best places to nurse your Governor’s Ball headaches and the top activities to make you forget about your beach sunburns from the weekend.
Happy Anniversary, Shake Shack! There is no better day than Monday to indulge in a Shackburger and a frozen custard shake to celebrate a “Decade of Shack”. If you’re counting calories after a long weekend, have no fear; the anniversary will continue all week long, with five special burgers created in collaboration with world-class chefs. More info here. Madison Square Park, Madison Avenue.
Every Tuesday until August 20th, Lole is joining forces with Hudson River Park and Fitist to offer a variety of free one-hour workout classes at Pier 25 in Tribeca. For a full list of summer offerings and to RSVP, click here. 225 West St
The opening of Hudson Eats in Battery Park City last week is especially exciting to me, as my office is only a stones throw away from famed restaurants like Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque, Dos Toros, Umami Burger and Little Meunsters. I’ve already made one appearance at the new eatery, and I advise you to come with both an empty stomach and patience, as they are ironing out the kinks of their newness and the hordes of excited FiDi lunchers. 250 Vesey St, Battery Park
Living with a Brit and growing up playing soccer most of my life means I’m hyper-aware of the World Cup kick-off today. This means I’m also on the constant lookout for fun places where I can watch the games. Enter: Rock Center Café World Cup Viewing Party with the New York Red Bulls for a night of Brazil vs. Croatia football with the pros and a unique food and drink menu featuring Brazilian specialties, starting at 3 p.m., 20 West 50th Street
This week, the L Magazine brings a festival full of music, art, film and beer to Williamsburg for all you cultural creatures. Check this out for the full list of fun. McCarren Park 776 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY
Morgans Hotel Group will be offering a summer mixology class at Royalton this Saturday from 1:30-3 p.m. For $75, you get first-hand instructions on how to perfectly craft classic cocktails. Buy your tickets here. 44 West 44th Street
Make a day out of your brunch this Sunday and head to Cobble Hill for a mind-blowing pecan pie french toast dish at Bitch-Approved Buttermilk Channel. Check out our review here. 524 Court St., Brooklyn