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This Week in NYC: March 13-19

A storm is a brewing, but luckily there are plenty of fun eating and drinking occasions this week to get you through the precarious weather. Plus the ultimate drinking occasion, St. Patrick’s Day! Stay warm and safe this week…

Where can you taste dishes from more than 30 of NYC’s top restaurants all in one location? At the Taste of Greenwich House — a premier tasting event now in its 15th year. Some participating restaurants include Cafe Clover, Baracca, and Murray’s Cheese Bar, and the event will also feature a silent auction with foodie-inspired bid lots like private wine and cheese tastings, fun cooking classes, and unique dining experiences. Proceeds will benefit Greenwich House, which provides cultural, educational, health, social, medical, and recreational services to its community. More information here125 W 18th St. New York, NY

Celebrate Women’s History Month with a relaxing and empowering evening hosted by renowned meditation expert Donna D’Cruz. Join Donna as she teaches guests to channel their inner goddess through guided meditations, visualizations, music, and affirmations at the W Hotel.  More information about Dip Into Bliss: Awakening the Goddess Within, here1567 Broadway New York, NY


For one day only, Luke’s Lobster is hosting Downeast Dayboat for a short series of fresh Maine sea scallop retail pop-ups on the East Coast. Here in the city, you can check out these fresh small-catch, sustainable scallops at the Midtown East location of Luke’s Lobster from 5-7 p.m. The scallops are only available via pre-order so make sure to get your orders in while you can! 207 E 43rd St, New York, NY

Keep your Women’s History Month celebration going strong at The Natural Wine Company. Celebrate the wonderful women in your life tonight with a glass (or several) of wine and this event highlighting female winemakers and their skills. Be sure to call ahead and reserve your spot at 646-397-9463. 211 N 11th St. Brooklyn, NY

Need some home decor inspiration? Head to Architectural Digest’s Design Show, which kicks off today and runs through Sunday. Check out the best designers, brands, and trends all under one roof at this can’t-miss show featuring more than 300 installations and seminars. Get your tickets herePier 92 & 94 711 12th Ave. New York, NY

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Bitches! Not sure where to celebrate this year? Don’t worry — there’s plenty going on in NYC. Swing by Treadwell Park on the Upper East Side for a stellar selection of specialty Irish beers on draft, or if cocktails are more your style, head to Beauty & Essex and order the Emerald Gimlet, a festive green drink featuring Belvedere vodka, basil, lemon nectar and fresh lime. Various locations

Coffee and tea lovers, there’s a festival for you happening this weekend in Brooklyn. Taste teas and coffees from more than 75 exhibitors from throughout the world and snack on sweet and savory foods that compliment the beverages at the Coffee & Tea Festival. Don’t forget to check out some of the various seminars hosted by industry pros and pioneers. Brooklyn Expo Center 72 Noble St. Brooklyn, NY

If you’re still licking your wounds from the weekend, treat yourself to a fancy hotel brunch in the heart of Soho. We loved the Benedict, avocado eggs scrambled, and the upscale yet cozy decor in the Soho Grand Hotel. Read the full brunch review here. 310 W Broadway, New York, NY

Soho Grand Hotel Brunch


Ally is a Brooklyn-based marketing pro with a passion for food and fitness. You'll most likely find her at her local brunch haunts and coffee shops, always with a book in hand.

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