Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Most of you were probably joining the gaggles of beer-filled green bar-goers this weekend, but if you ran the NYC Half Marathon like me or decided to sit out from the festivities, there’s still time to celebrate! We love an excuse to drink beer and feel lucky, and we could all use a bit of green after this very grey winter. Cheers!
Didn’t have time to brunch this weekend? Good news. Egg Shop just unveiled their new dinner menu, which warms our heart with its eggcentric staples. 151 Elizabeth St.
Tonight, Edible Manhattan will be hosting its First Annual Good Cider event, celebrating New York cider and pairing delicious brands with local NYC restaurants and food artisans. Edible Manhattan events are always well executed, and we’re looking forward to some quality eats and drinks. Buy your ticket here for $60. Tribeca Three Sixty, 10 Debrosses Street, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
It’s time to up your spring wardrobe. Head to Scoop’s sample sale today for heavily discounted apparel, accessories and shoes. 260 Fifth Ave between 28th and 29th sts, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
To celebrate national macaron day, Macaron Parlour is hosting an all-nighter and will unveil a brand new flavor of macaron every hour, on the hour, in collaboration with several other restauranteurs in the city. Better yet, 10% of sales will be going to City Harvest. 111 St Marks Pl, 8 a.m. Friday- 8 a.m. Saturday
Head to Brooklyn for a sophisticated, no-frills brunch at Dover. Becca recently reviewed the great dishes like the asian fried chicken and biscuits with sausage gravy. 412 Court Street, Brunch served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
Brunch! Ally recently tried Cafe Select, and appreciated its unpretentious yet chic European feel. Don’t shy away from the Swiss brunch entrees. Brunch served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. 212 Lafayette St.