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This Week in NYC: March 27-April 2

We may still be recovering from an epic day judging BrunchCon, but that won’t stop us from indulging in another event-filled week ahead. Our picks, below.


Mark your calendars for April 15, when the Miss Amazing Pageant comes to NYC. Join Miss Amazing, a non-profit organization that aims to empower young women and girls with disabilities, for an incredible event featuring a talent show and more starring 20 women and girls from throughout the state of New York. Not only does the pageant promote sportsmanship, poise, and public speaking, it also helps participants create friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. The Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, 6:30 p.m.


Need help planning or inspiration for your upcoming wedding? Then head to New York Magazine’s annual New York Weddings event, featuring 100 of the top wedding service providers all under one roof. Discover NYC’s best caterers, dress designers, florists, jewelers, planners, and more. Don’t forget to fill up on delicious treats from Underwest Donuts, Baked, Ron-Ben Israel Cakes, Milk Bar, and more. 180 Maiden Ln., 5-8 p.m.


The Affordable Art Fair is back, which means you can deck out your home with the coolest contemporary art from local, national, and international galleries without breaking the bank. In addition to shopping for new pieces of artwork, you can also take advantage of the event’s many engaging talks, tours, and other activities. The Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th St., through April 2


Pizza parties were always a hit in school, and now the foodie-favorite event is all grown up. Join Whalebone Magazine and @pizza for the ultimate pizza party. Indulge in all-you-can-eat pizza from Roberta’s, an open bar from Montauk Brewing Co and Whispering Angel, music by DJ Japancakes, a Hidden Valley Ranch VIP tasting table, a dance competition, and plenty more. Additionally, a portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit Slice Out Hunger, which supports local hunger relief initiatives. Roberta’s, 261 Moore St., 7-11 p.m.


The only thing better than a fashionable night out is one that’s being held for a good cause. So tonight, head to Fashion Night Out: Couture Mask, hosted by The Set NYC and The Freedom Ladder, a global non-profit organization dedicated to making the world safe for children. At tonight’s event, enjoy several fashion runway shows, as well as a fine art exhibition. 296 9th Ave., 6-9 p.m.


GUAC Tacos + Tequila recently launched brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00AM-3:30PM. Located in the heart of East Village, this fun, new brunch offers an affordable pre-fixe for just $15.00, which includes a choice of entrée, traditional (big boy) guac, and a coffee. Additionally, make it a boozy brunch for just an additional $14.50, offering 1.5 hours of unlimited margaritas, sangria, mimosas and/or bellinis. Brunch on, Bitches!


Malted Pancakes

Brunch! Check out recently reviewed Sunday in Brooklyn for some killer malt pancakes. 348 Wythe Ave.


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