THE COLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
Problem: winter is coming and your chinos aren’t going to cut it. Solution: stocking up on performance zip-ups and flannel button-downs from the company that knows how to keep you warm and looking good at the same time. Icebreaker’s end-of-season sale will do so with 50% off. They like you, is all.
That minx Marisol, the Museum of Contemporary Art’s vibrant new restaurant, has another trick up her sleeve. Her counter service sister spot, the Street, is now open. So you can have your roast beef sandwich and peruse the work of Andy Warhol while you’re at it.
POP GOES THE TACO
Birrieria Zaragoza’s tacos are legendary. Too bad they’re so far away. Come a little closer, sweet friend. Oh look, their al pastor is about to pop up at the Whistler for one-night-only, accompanied by tequila cocktails and a DJ. That’s better.
Coffee Con, the two-day celebration of all things caffeinated, brings a weekend of coffee tastings, expert panels and demos to Fulton Market. It’s basically where you learn everything you wanted to know about things like cold brew and Cuban coffee. And then probably be really productive the rest of the day.
Sometimes you want shaksuhka with duck eggs. Other times you want fried fish and waffles slathered in coffee syrup. Lucky for you, two new restaurants are offering just that, as Beatnik and Portsmith recently rolled out their brunch menus. We’ll know where to find you.