Happy Monday! I’m back in the city, rested and rejuvenated from an overnight stay at the gorgeous Buttermilk Falls Inn in Milton, NY (review forthcoming), only 90 minutes from the city. Nothing like a delicious brunch, long hike, and massage at the spa to cure a case of the Sunday Scaries.
We’re also excited to announce the launch of our jewelry capsule collection with Trend Tribe today! The collection features five unique and affordable pieces based on the personal styles of our NYC and DC editors. Happy shopping!
Running through this Sunday, August 9th, enjoy free offerings by major talents at Lincoln Center’s Out of Doors series. Think music, dance, and so much more. Click here for more info. Damrosch Park at Lincoln Center W 62nd St between Amsterdam and Columbus Aves, New York, NY
If you are the proud owner of this summer’s Good Cocktail Passport then it’s time to prepare yourself for Tiki Tuesdays. Now, we have no idea what these entail yet, but in this summer heat we can only assure that Tiki Tuesdays are definitely something that shouldn’t be missed. Various locations
Calling all Salma Hayek fans: The acclaimed actress will discuss Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, the new animated film she produced and stars in, as a free talk today brought to us by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The story is based on the 1923 prose poetry book about a free-spirited young girl and a poet (voiced in the movie by Liam Neeson) who lives with her family. For more information, click here. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY
Don’t forget that it’s still Restaurant Week here in New York City. Don’t miss out on some delicious food across the boroughs. You’ll receive three courses at some of New York’s top restaurants for $25 for lunch and $38 for dinner. Reservations can be made here. Various locations
You’ll need to leave that giant cell phone at home so you can dance your heart out to your favorite 90’s hits at Le Poisson Rouge tonight at 11:00 p.m. The Bleecker St. venue will host a can’t miss party, Saved by the Nineties with the Bayside Tigers. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Here’s more information about the shindig. 158 Bleecker St, New York, NY
For those of you who missed Lollapalooza in Chicago last weekend, get your music festival fix at the Brooklyn Music Festival. This free, ticketed event captures the spirit of Brooklyn music through a diverse lineup of independent musicians performing pop, funk, rock, hip-hop, and house. Governors Island may not be in Brooklyn proper, but it’s only a quick ferry ride away! More info here. Governors Island
This hot summer weather is definitely calling for some fresh ingredients. Lately, we enjoyed Little Park for brunch, Andrew Carmellini’s latest venture in the Smyth Hotel. View our review here. 85 W Broadway, New York, NY