Happy Monday! Hopefully by now you’re recovered from St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and ready to hit the ground running. Here’s what we’re looking forward to this week.
Whether your New Year’s resolution was to start cooking more at home or you’re simply in need of a new recipe to try, this mouth-watering stuffed pepper recipe is sure to hit the spot. Start the week off right by cooking a healthy meal that’s perfect for a night in alone or a cozy dinner for two. Try the recipe here.
Join Pioneer Works for its first supper club event of the year at Eat Offbeat, a culinary project made up of refugees who’ve resettled here in New York. The dinner will take place adjacent to WORK by E.S.P. TV, an art exhibition in its final week on view. Come for cocktails in Eat Offbeat’s beautiful garden space before indulging in a delicious dinner. A percentage of ticket sales from this event will help Eat Offbeat continue its mission of empowering refugees from around the world to deliver home-style, authentic meals. More information here. 159 Pioneer St. Brooklyn, New York
Expand both your mind and your palate at the latest installment of The Earthly Delights’ dinner series at The Alchemist’s Kitchen. Hosted by chef Jennifer Iserloh, this event connects body, mind, and spirit to bring you insights, inspiration, and delicious food. Learn more about immune strengthening foods, sip on biodynamic wines, and enjoy an educational speech by Patrick Fratellone, MD. More information here. 21 East 1st St. New York, NY
Don’t miss your chance to check out Artist & Fleas latest art exhibit, “Holding Things; Going Places,” which features images from photographer Zack Dimen’s life in NYC. The images are raw, gritty, shocking, and beautiful — and they’re only on display through March 30. Stop by tonight to see the exhibition at the closing party, complete with beer and snacks. Chelsea Market 75 9th Ave. New York, NY
Kick the weekend off right by sampling more than 150 beers from 75 breweries at the NYC Craft Beer Fest. In addition to the beer samples, this festival also features food, games, vendors to shop, and a Hard Stuff Tasting Pavilion for liquor lovers. You can also meet one-on-one with beer industry experts to learn more about the brews on offer. Get your tickets here. Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th St. New York, NY
Get your drink on for a good cause tonight at an open bar benefitting Miss Amazing, a non-profit organization that aims to provide opportunities for girls and women with disabilities to build confidence in a supportive and fun environment. Sip on free-flowing beer, wine, and liquor in Shay & Ivy’s gorgeous garden room while also enjoying a live DJ and a silent auction. More information here. 39 West 24th St. New York, NY
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for…BrunchCon! The world’s premiere food and drink festival centered around our favorite meal is launching in New York today. Tickets are sold out, but if you planned early and snagged tickets, come say hi! We’ll be judging the festivities as well as hosting our own booth, featuring a brunch GIF booth by YoDog Media. If you need some outfit inspo, here’s what we’ll be wearing to celebrate the festivities. Grand Prospect Hall 263 Prospect Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Cap off your weekend with a fancy-pants brunch that was giving us some serious Great Gatsby vibes. Head down to FiDi to brunch at Augustine, don’t sleep on the cocktails and beignets. Because after all, one of the cardinal Bitch rules is if there’s a doughnut on the menu, it must be ordered. Read the full brunch review of Augustine here. 5 Beekman St, New York, NY