Top of the morning to ya, Bitches! How are you feeling after St. Paddy’s? Good or bad, you’re going to definitely want to check out what’s happening in New York City this week. We’re kicking things off with ulimited pizza—yes, you read that right. And since my alma mater, UVA, is already out of March Madness, I know I’m going to want to drown my sorrows in a slice or five. We’re also looking forward to celebrating French cuisine, buying some affordable art, and more. Keep reading for what to do in this week in NYC.
PN Wood Fired Pizza is celebrating its two-year anniversary tonight, but you’re the one getting rewarded. Stop by this pizzeria near Madison Square Park and indulge in an unlimited pizza buffet for just $35. We hear vegans love this spot. 2 W. 28th St., New York, NY
Get tipsy this Tuesday at the seventh annual NY Drinks NY Grand Tasting event. Taste more than 200 local wines and meet the winemakers behind them. There will be more than 40 wineries from the Finger Lakes, Long Island, Niagara Escarpment, Hudson River Region, and Brooklyn, plus New York cheeses, charcuterie, and other hors-d’oeuvres. The Altman Building, 135 W. 18th St., New York, NY
Today, 3,000 restaurants in 150 countries will come together to celebrate French gastronomy during this year’s Good France event, Gout de France. Here in NYC, several restaurants, including Le Coucou, Madison Bistro, and Dumonet are all participating in this global event. Pick your favorite and make your reservation ASAP.
Dish is celebrating Women’s History Month with an all-female panel discussion about hustle, part of its Dish Speaker Series. The panelists—Essie Bartels of Essie Spice, Terry Hope Romero of Veganomicon, Brooklyn Delhi’s Chitra Agrawal, and Akua Kelp Jerky’s Courtney Boyd Myers—will talk about how hustling got them to where they are today. Light snacks, beer, and wine will also be provided, and the panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A. 58 Kent St. Brooklyn, NY
The Affordable Art Fair is back! The spring edition, which kicked off Wednesday and runs through Sunday, features more than 70 local, national, and international exhibitors representing work from more than 300 contemporary artists. Prices range from $100 to $10,000, so there’s something for everyone. Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th St., New York, New York
Don’t miss the first-ever City Farm Presents: City Fair Series. The first city in the series is Buffalo, New York, and a slew of local vendors and performers will be in attendance. Get ready to indulge in wings, beef on weck, Sahlen’s hot dogs, garbage plates, loganberry cocktails, beer, and much more. If you haven’t yet been to Buffalo, consider this the next best thing. The Bell House, 149 7th St., Brooklyn, NY
Hungry? Why wait? For a quick grab-and-go brunch, head to Egghead at the Moxy hotel in Midtown for a brunch that will cure your hangover, if you have one. Highwater in the heart of Astoria is all serving up delicious hangover-beating foods that hit the spot. Find yourself in the LES? Head to Brigitte for a drink at the bar.