TGIF, and now what? Here’s a look at events around New York City that are worth checking out.
Restaurant Week continues! Get special dinner menus for $38 and lunch for $25 in restaurants all over the city.
Yes, I’ll take a pop-up artisanal food market open Friday through Sunday! Check it out: the Super(Duper)Market hosted by Paper Mag.
Don’t have HBO? Free Fridays at the Film Society of Lincoln Center will show HBO films (including Behind the Candelabra, Too Big to Fail, and Game Change). And again, for free!
The 35th annual Celebrate Brooklyn! Performance Series at Prospect Park’s Bandshell features Jamie Lidell, Dan Deacon and The Stepkids today.
It’s an Ice Cream Bonanza at The Brooklyn Flea and Smorgasburg this weekend! Don’t miss it before it melts.
From noon to four, check out Village Pourhouse’s Beertopia. Admission includes beer samples, a pint of beer, and appetizers.
In its first installment, Summer Streets will close down seven miles of New York’s normally-traffic-heavy terrain, and transform it into a pedestrian-friendly zoo of food, activities, and art.
Outdoor movies: The Muppets
The Studio Museum Harlem offers Target Free Sundays this month with family-friendly programming.
At 3pm, Fulton Stall Market brings in local indie bands to perform in their Sound Bites series.
Starting this sunday, the third annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival will feature Brooklyn-centric indie films.