From a meditative light installation to margaritas from NYC’s newest Mexican eatery, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, March 29
Take a Walk Through the Midst Bloom at this euphoric spring pop-up, meant to inspire hope, creativity, and positivity as we look toward a safer and more optimistic future.
Tuesday, March 30
Pair Kuxé’s authentic Mexican fare with margaritas made with Agavero, aquafaba, cucumber purée, and lime.
Wednesday, March 31
The Brooklyn Museum spotlights one of the most impressive and creative figures in conceptual and feminist art in its newest exhibition, “Lorraine O’Grady: Both/And.”
Thursday, April 1
Sometimes you just need to take a pause, sit back, and breathe. Ekene Ijeoma’s Breathing Pavilion offers a public place to contemplate and meditate among several illuminated inflatable columns.
Friday, April 2
Kick off the weekend with Chinah’s signature combo dish, the Grandma’s Favorite—homemade meatballs, tomato, egg, seasonal greens, and forbidden black rice.
Saturday, April 3
Today marks the opening of the Jewish Museum’s “Modern Look: Photography and the American Magazine” exhibition, a collection of more than 150 artistic works that transformed American visual culture from 1930 to 1960.
Sunday, April 4
This Easter treat yourself to a two-course prix fixe brunch at the Michelin-recognized Upper East Side French bistro La Goulue.