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This Week in NYC: Oct. 16–22

It may be October, but most days still feel like summer outside. We’re beyond ready for true sweater weather–who’s with us?! While we’re waiting for it to cool off and officially feel like fall, we’ll be galavanting around the city this week for these fun events.

Artists & Fleas has teamed up with The Confetti Project to celebrate the opening of its new SoHo location. Check out the new store–and shop its curated selection of goodies–during this week-long celebration, featuring an interactive confetti installation, confetti swag, and personal confetti photoshoots! Get your tickets here. 568 Broadway, New York, NY 

Cantina Rooftop
It’s Taco Tuesday, and where better to celebrate than Cantina Rooftop? The all-seasons rooftop is the perfect place to take in amazing city views, and during happy hour, which runs from 5-7 p.m. Monday through Friday, you can score some great drink and snack deals. Read our review of Cantina Rooftop here. 605 W 48th St., New York, NY 

NYC’s Cider Week kicks off today with a cider and beer festival at Eataly Downtown. Enjoy unlimited tastes of domestic and Italian craft beers and ciders, plus savory fall food pairings like chicken schnitzel, prosciutto croquettes, beer-braised pork belly, and more. The rest of the week’s lineup includes more tastings, happy hours, and other fun events. Get more information here. Various locations

If wine is your drink of choice, head to Wine Spectator’s New York Wine Experience, a three-day event featuring tastings, meet-and-greets with winemakers, seminars, food and wine pairings, an awards banquet, and more. Register here1535 Broadway, New York, NY

Adoro Lei Brunch
It’s National Pizza Month, which means you’ve got an excuse to treat yourself to some cheesy, delicious carbs. Fortunately, NYC is full of amazing pizza spots. Some of our current favorites include Emily, &pizza, and Adoro Lei. Read our reviews here, here, and here. Various locations

Taste of the Seaport, an annual festival that celebrates the Seaport’s food and beverage scene, is back for its eighth year. In addition to tasty treats from more than 40 food and drink purveyors from the neighborhood, Taste of the Seaport will also feature live music, activities for the kids, and much more. Some participating restaurants include Black Tap, Blue Ribbon, Clinton Hall, and Fresh Salt. Get more information hereFront Street between Fulton and Peck Slip, New York, NY

Fumo Brunch
After this busy week, you deserve a hearty brunch. We recently tried Fumo in Harlem, and the great food, service, and ambiance made this Italian pizza and pasta spot a worthwhile destination whether you live uptown or not. Read our review here. 1600 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY

Ann Louise

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