Today we bring word of a spot where you can acquire a handsome alpaca knit sweater, learn how to make a good macchiato and catch some live music from an esteemed piano man.
We just feel like you could use one of those spots.
Welcome to Apolis: Community Centre, a space for you to buy fall-appropriate clothing and attend happenings of cultural relevance, open now.
Right, so… step inside. Note the natural light and the gallery-space vibe. Should you need a merino tee (you do), a utilitarian-style jacket (you don’t now, but you will soon) or one of those totes emblazoned with “New York” or “Nolita,” they’ve got those things. In the back of the shop, you’ll find pop-ups from other brands: right now, TRNK NYC’s got you covered on the porcelain-mug, tabletop-sculpture and couches-to-flip-through-art-books fronts. Sit down. Flip a little.
Come in at the right times, and you’ll be attending an interesting talk (first up: an author on social entrepreneurship), catching some music (first up: a performance by Quincy Jones’s blind piano protégé we mentioned up there) or absorbing some wisdom at a workshop (first up: a coffee lesson from the good people of La Colombe). See? Things that are of interest.