How is it already the end of March?! Thanks to Cori Sue paying us a visit in New York, we Bitches had a fun-filled and productive weekend meeting with local business owners, bloggers, and fellow entrepreneurs, while still finding time to get a few brunches in. We’re ready to continue our momentum this week with a jam-packed social calendar.
Earlier this year, New Yorker voted on their favorite local top chefs, mixologists, and standout restaurants and bars. These culinary visionaries will be celebrated at Time Out’s 2014 Food & Drink Awards from 7-10 p.m. at Marquee. The event includes an open bar and tastings from Toro, Pearl & Ash, Betony, Bunker, Dominique Ansel Bakery and more. Tickets are $75 and can be purchased here. 289 10th Ave, New York, New York.
It’s National Waffle Day! Waffles are one of our favorite brunch items and we’ll be showcasing some of our local favorites in a dedicated NYC waffle guide. I recently brunched at Pies-n-Thighs in Williamsburg (review coming soon!) and loved their chicken and waffles. Try them for dinner! 166 S. Fourth St. Brooklyn, New York.
The best way to get through a long work week is to have something to look forward to. Spice up your Wednesday night with an out-of-the-ordinary dinner and a show with Queen of the Night at the Paramount Hotel. This popular immersive theater experience sells out quickly and has the most availability on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Tickets for the “absurdly deluxe dinner-circus-nightclub experience” start at $140. 235 W. 46th St, New York, New York.
Image via Swerve
We love a fun sweat session, especially with a friend. Swerve, a team-based, competitive cycling studio in Flatiron, is currently offering a free class to existing customers for referring a friend. Join the pack and book a class here. 30 W. 18th St, New York, New York.
I loved seeing the xx live at Coachella and am thrilled that they are sticking around New York for an ongoing series of performances until March 29th at the Park Avenue Armory. The shows are inspired by art installations and intimately brings the audience and band together. More information here. 643 Park Ave, New York, New York.
Feeling crafty this Saturday? Check out the first NYC Craft Distillers Festival today beginning at 1 p.m. More than 60 craft spirits will be available to sample at a classy pre-prohibition event at the gorgeous Bowery Hotel. You’ll be joined by a 1920’s style jazz band at this two session, all-day and night speakeasy experience. Tickets are $95 and can be purchased here. 335 Bowery, New York, New York.