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This Week in NYC: October 6-12

I spent the past weekend in Fort Lauderdale, where I devoted three days to frying myself with my girlfriends in a last desperate attempt to carry some color through fall. As I am now forced to apply airplane bottle lotions to my desert-sand skin every 20 minutes, it’s safe to say I’m ready to take a break for a few seasons.

It seems that in the few short days I’ve been out of the city, our window of Indian summer days are over. It’s time to unpack our fall boots and bring back flannels into our weekend rotation. Lucky for you, we have a week of fun to match the autumn vibes we’re feeling all over Manhattan.


Get cultural at The Museum of the City of New York and check out Mac Connor: A New York Life. This exhibit transplants us to the time of Mad Men and feature Connor’s hand-painted illustrations for ad campaigns in the years after WWII. 1220 Fifth Ave. (at 103rd St.). Open daily, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.


Experience the return of the Mac tonight, and we’re not talking about our favorite rap song at parties.  Fleetwood Mac is reuniting for the first time in over a decade at MSG tonight. You don’t want to miss this. Tickets here2 Penn Plz # 15


Chile Pepper Pasta

Do yourself and your appetite a favor and sign up for a complimentary Quinciple box. You’ll receive fresh, local farm produce and goods to your apartment and get the opportunity to make this chile pepper pasta with honey nut tomato sauce.


3 weeks from today marks Edible Manhattan’s Edible Escape Tasting Event, featuring the best dishes and drinks from around the world in an effort to highlight international and local travel destinations. We are so excited to announce that we have two tickets to give away to our readers! Follow us on Twitter at @bwbrunchnyc and tweet us your favorite travel destination for a chance to win! Th, Oct 30 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. 110 West 19th St.


The fancy new Birchbox shop in Soho is offering a competitive $30 braid bar so you can shop and glam for your Friday evening all in one visit. Reservations can be made online. 33 W. Broadway (at Prince St.)



Gone Girl is finally out, and it’s the movie our book clubs have all been buzzing about! Get your friends together and visit one of the many theaters around the city for this nail-biting thriller. Various locations.


Dimes Brunch

We are a big fan of Dimes brunch, which offers fresh, healthy, and cheap fare in a different area of NYC. Go there today – don’t miss their homemade Acai bowls! 143 Division St.


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