From new Asian-inspired sandwich shops to socially distanced curling rinks in Bryant Park, we’ve planned an exciting week for you.
Monday, November 16
This new used-book outlet on the Lower East Side is the perfect spot to read, shop all things literary, and…eat pickles?
Tuesday, November 17
Artechouse presents its vision of Pantone’s color of the year 2020, Classic Blue, with a technological journey beyond the skies, using multisensory techniques to re-create the sensation of tranquility and peace.
Wednesday, November 18
Today eat like a king and get wang’d (their words, not ours!) at this brand-new Brooklyn sandwich shop, where the Szechuan chicken is delightfully spicy, the cheesesteak is stuffed with bulgogi, and the potato salad ain’t like what your mama makes.
Thursday, November 19
Stay in your curling lane at Bryant Park, where the coolest winter sport is available for all (thanks to a synthetic ice rink!) at this seasonal pop-up. Rent a 90-minute time slot to play as much as you want, then visit the café for food and drink.
Friday, November 20
If you’re wondering what Vietnamese comfort food looks like, imagine banh mi burgers topped with pickled jalapeños, mushroom medleys with chimichurri, and noodle soups you’ll crave even if you don’t have the sniffles. But you won’t have to imagine what it tastes like at Saigon Social.
Saturday, November 21
This weekend experience the 9th annual Ragas Live Festival, a free 24-hour broadcast featuring contemporary musicians from around the globe.
Sunday, November 22
Visit the Thain Family Forest for its rich fall foliage, historic hunting trails, and trees dating back to the late 1700s.