All these cold weather weeks seem to blend together. Check out our picks for your calendar, below, to keep things interesting!
If you thought Farmer’s Markets were just for the summertime, think again. Egg Shop co-owner Sarah Schneider and Square Roots CEO Tobias Peggs have teamed up to launch a pop-up farmer’s market at Egg Shop where you can shop a range of freshly harvested greens while talking about local food and sipping on specially crafted cocktails. Egg Shop, 151 Elizabeth St., 6-9 p.m.
It seems as if everyone is working hard to perfect their personal brand these days, so how do you stand out? Let Emily Lanfear — who manages media partnerships at Twitter— show you tonight at the company’s NYC office. Lanfear will walk you through how to use various social media outlets to brand yourself personally and professionally so you’ll have a perfect online presence. More info here. Twitter, 249 West 17th St., 7-8:30 p.m.
Tired of having dinner at the same restaurants? Then check out Park Avenue, which transforms its decor and menu with the seasons, so your dining experience is always changing. This winter, enjoy a menu featuring hyper-seasonal ingredients in dishes like roasted butternut soup, dry-aged New York strip, and sticky toffee gingerbread pudding. 360 Park Ave S
Get in touch with your creative side at Creativebloch Art Gallery’s First Thursday Gallery Walk. Meet a slew of artists, check out some new artwork, and learn more about the inspiration behind the work at this fun neighborhood event. More info here. Creativebloch Gallery, 145 Front St., #17, Brooklyn, 6-9 p.m.
Vintage lovers, get excited because the Manhattan Vintage Show is back. This show — one of the largest vintage shopping events in the country — features more than 80 vendors selling one-of-a-kind pieces from streetwear to Chanel, Pucci, and YSL. Additionally, just in time for Valentine’s Day, the show includes a special exhibit called “Jean-Paul Gaultier: Lingerie Through The Ages,” which includes archived, lingerie-inspired Gaultier pieces alongside original vintage lingerie styles that inspired some of the iconic designer’s groundbreaking designs. More info here.
Combining art and gastronomy, Art of Food, hosted by culinary power couple Margaret and Geoffrey Zakarian, is a foodie’s dream event. Hosted at Sotheby’s iconic Upper East Side location, this event chef-created dishes and an open bar. Each of the 25 chefs will prepare a signature dish inspired by art from Sotheby’s upcoming auctions, and the dishes will be paired with select wines and cocktails. Sotheby’s, 1334 York Ave., 7:30 p.m.
Brunch! Check out recently reviewed Javelina brunch and fulfill all of your Tex Mex desires. 119 E 18th St, Gramercy