With tequila hot cocoa and multicourse comfort foods on the agenda, how can you not have a great week?
Monday, January 25
Lovers of art should head to Long Island City to immerse themselves in the new wallpaper-like floral installation created by Queens-based artist Celeste Wilson.
Tuesday, January 26
The Brooklyn Poetry Slam is back! Mahogany L. Brown and Jive Poetic host the return of everyone’s favorite literary event, with special guest Tina Chang, the Brooklyn poet laureate.
Wednesday, January 27
Gamers, listen up. New York’s premier Internet café is officially back open for your PC and streaming enjoyment. But if you’re just jonesing for one of its Chocobo Egg Toasts, you can order for delivery!
Thursday, January 28
Since 2020 seemed like one long nightmare, we can all do with a good (maybe more positive?) story to listen to. The Queens Storytellers hear you and have plenty to share tonight during their free Zoom show.
Friday, January 29
Baby, it’s still cold outside. Warm yourself up with a delicious four-course comfort dinner (tomato bisque, gourmet mac and cheese, barbecued cheddar meatloaf, and more!) at City Winery Hudson Valley.
Saturday, January 30
The 13th annual Origin 1st Irish Theatre Festival puts a spotlight on contemporary Irish culture, as well as a few talented Irish artists, experts, and cultural leaders.
Sunday, January 31
Sip the Sunday Scaries away with Loulou’s spiced hot chocolate, a boozy fusion of Tanteo chipotle tequila, hazelnut liqueur, and Valrhona dark chocolate.