Where did March go?! Here’s what’s happening in NYC this week, as we make our way into April.
Foragers Table is launching “Smart Talk,” a new educational dinner series, hosted by famed chefs and culinary experts. To kick things off, “A Chef’s Life” star Vivian Howard will discuss the impact of Southern food on American cuisine. Guests will enjoy a three-course meal and an informal Q&A session and will receive a tote bag filled with treats from Foragers Table. Get tickets here. 300 W. 22nd St.
Update your jewelry collection at Bauble Bar’s spring sample sale! Rings, necklaces, bracelets, and earrings will all be on sale with prices starting at just $5. 260 Fifth Ave.
If your apartment is in need of a face lift, head to the 2016 Affordable Art Fair, where you can shop for original paintings, prints, sculptures, and photographs by more than 500 local, national and international artists. The best part? Prices range from $100 to $10,000, so there’s something for every budget! Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th St.
City Kitchen is celebrating its first birthday with a carnival-themed party! Each of City Kitchen’s seven vendors — including Dough Doughnuts and Luke’s Lobsters — will feature deals, giveaways, and limited-time items to guests. The event will also feature live music, a magician, a juggler, and a stilt walker. 700 8th Ave.
Start your weekend off right with a free concert at Chelsea Market! Presented by Paper Garden Records, monthly concert series Chelsea Nights brings together a variety of local music and entertainment to showcase to the public. This month’s event features performances by Tropic of Pisces, Caged Animals, and Invisible Familiars. 75 9th Ave.
Wish you could’ve experienced NYC during the Roaring Twenties? Well, now you can at the third-annual NYC Craft Distillers Festival! Sample more than 60 specially selected craft spirits while enjoying a live performance by a 1920s-style jazz band at this speakeasy-inspired event.
The Bloody Mary Mix Down is coming to the Bronx! The borough’s best bartenders will show off their best Bloody Mary recipes for a chance to compete in the NYC Hot Sauce Expo in April. Learn more here.
Feel like brunching instead? Head to recently reviewed Emily in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, which scored a coveted “A” rating!