Trick or treat, Bitches! With the weekend’s festivities, it seems like Halloween has already came and went, but we have a bonus this Monday. Hopefully that sugar high keeps you fueled for the busy week ahead. Boo!
The McKittrick Hotel, home to Sleep No More and Supercinema, is the place to be on Halloween. Dance the night away at the famed venue’s annual Inferno party, which this year is themed Classic Movie Monsters. Come dressed as your favorite monster movie character and enjoy pop-up theatrical performances, guest DJs, live music, and an all-night open bar starting at 10:30 p.m. More information here. 530 W. 27th St. New York, NY
Make sure to come hungry (and thirsty!) to the 2016 New York Taste event hosted by New York Magazine, an evening of unlimited eats and drinks from 40 of NYC’s top restaurants and mixology bars. Some participating venues include Gotham Bar and Grill, La Sirena, Seamore’s, and plenty more. Don’t miss this chance to indulge in the city’s best eats and adult beverages. 269 11th Ave. New York, NY
Want to learn more about the hottest new restaurant trends? Then sit back and listen as food historian Francine Segan leads a discussion with Chefs Club International’s Dana Cowin, Babu Ji’s Jessi Singh, and Will Elliot of Maison Premiere about NYC’s culinary innovations and all things edible at the 92nd St. Y. More information about the event here. 1395 Lexington Ave. New York, NY
Just ahead of the presidential election, exercise your right to vote with Nineteenth Amendment at the company’s upcoming fashion presentation. A slew of designers will show off their latest collections – all of which are made in the U.S. – and attendees will get to vote for their favorites while mingling with other fashionistas and shopping on the rooftop of Lord & Taylor. More information here. 424 5th Ave. New York, NY
Kick off your weekend right with some live music at Chelsea Market. Chelsea Nights brings some of NYC’s best emerging talents to Chelsea Market for a night of live music and fun in an iconic NYC spot. Tonight’s performers include Denny Love and Zuli. More information about Chelsea Nights here. 75 9th Ave. New York, NY
Today’s the last day of the Big Apple Film Festival, meaning it’s your last chance to catch one of the top movies from NYC’s independent film company. From romantic films to apocalyptic thrillers, there’s something for everyone playing today. More information about the Big Apple Film Festival here. Village East Cinemas 189 2nd Ave. New York, NY
The only thing we love more than boozy brunch is a boozy brunch that gives back to charity, which is why we’re so excited for the fifth annual Swig n’ Swine party. This boozy barbecue brunch features a heaping helping of pork, tasty sides, and delicious sweet treats prepared by an impressive roster of chefs, as well as free-flowing punch to wash it all down. Proceeds from this event will benefit KIPP NYC, which works to prepare students for college and life. Get your tickets to Swig n’ Swine here. Union Pool 484 Union Ave. Brooklyn, NY