From rooftop pop-ups to modern Italian art, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, February 8
Make your reservations for the reopening of Peak, an unforgettable dining experience on the 101st floor of 30 Hudson Yards, where the unparalleled city views and renowned architecture are just as delectable as the land, sea, and garden dinner options (put together by executive chef Chris Cryer).
Tuesday, February 9
Make your way from Grand Army Plaza to the green spaces of Long Meadow by walking beneath the newly restored Endale Arch, which has been given a stunning revamp, the first since it opened way back in the late 1860s.
Wednesday, February 10
Not all superheroes wear capes. The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company might sell some great costumes, but it also helms the nonprofit writing organization 826NYC Books.
Thursday, February 11
The Center for Italian Modern Art’s newest exhibition spotlights painter Mario Schifano and how he paved his way onto the NYC art scene with his multimedia works, created early in his career.
Friday, February 12
No, this is not an ordinary hot dog. In fact, it’s not a hot dog at all! This weekend give Double Chicken Please’s Ice Ice Weenie dessert a try.
Saturday, February 13
Cheesy fondues, sweeping city views, Alpine-style decor—the Winter Village at Westlight is what the season is all about.
Sunday, February 14
If you think heart-shape pizzas are too cliché, then you clearly haven’t tried the ones from Table 87. Plus who wouldn’t want something cheesy from a pizzeria?