La Nuit en Rosé, Harlem Stroll and The Beach at Dream Downtown: Where to Drink This Week in NYC

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With so much going on each week in NYC, we know it can be hard to keep up and know exactly where to go. Here, a handy guide on events, new venues and updates menus at spots all around NYC to help you figure out Where to Drink This Week in NYC.

Special Events

Thursday, May 18th – Experience La Nuit en Rosé

Le Nuit en Rosé

Through Saturday, May 20th, aboard a yacht with celebrity chefs, world-class rosé wines and Hudson River views. Bad news is that General Admission tickets are dunzo. But, if you choose to splurge, you’re in luck because VIP tickets are still available for purchase. For $195 per person, part-take in the See The World Through Rosé Passport tasting experience, featuring seven dishes by Chef Chris Santos from Vandal perfectly paired with seven rosé wines by Terlato Wines. It’s over four hours of boozing, too. VIP get priority boarding and early entry (one hour prior to GA ticket holders). In? Buy tix hereHornblower Infinity Yacht at Pier 40, 353 West Street, @nuitrose

Friday, May 19th – Women x Women Art Fair

Absolut Art and Tictail joined forces to call attention to the narrow lens through which women are depicted in art and advocate for multidimensional femininity. Together, they will launch a free female-focused art activation on the Lower East Side from May 19th until June 2nd. Eleven female artists from across the globe (including Miranda July, Maria Herreros and Shawna X) have each created an original piece depicting their qualms with women’s portrayal in art and reaction to the male gaze. The works will be displayed publicly in eleven unique locations across Manhattan’s Lower East Side – from Hotel Chantelle and Essex Street Market to Hester Street Fair.

Saturday, May 20th – Third Annual Harlem EatUp! Introduces The Harlem Stroll

This Saturday, May 20th and Sunday, May 21st, from 12:30PM to 5:30PM, stroll The Harlem Stroll in Morningside Park, free of cost. Enter The Marketplace for a (pay-as-you-go) selection of signature dishes from notable Harlem restaurants, food vendors, a wine and beer garden; and the EatUp! Main Stage presented by Macy’s for live culinary demos from Harlem’s chefs and performances by various musicians and dancers. At ticketed price – $85/person, general admission; $110/person, Throwdown ticket packageThe Ultimate Grand Tasting allows guests to taste a collection of Harlem’s favorite restaurants accompanied by an assortment of fine wines, beers and cocktails, in an all-you-can-eat format. The festival’s net proceeds will be donated to Harlem Park to Park and Citymeals on Wheels. www.harlemeatup.com, @harlemeatup

Saturday, May 20th – “Bikinis + BBQ” Summer Launch Party + Pig Roast

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TGI-Rooftop season… This Saturday, from 12:00PM to 3:00PM, kick-off Summer ‘17 at Refinery Rooftop’s “Bikinis + BBQ” launch party. Expect a pig roast – courtesy of Dickson’s Farmstand – pop-up bikini trunk show (showcasing RACHEL Rachel Roy the collection), and the debut of Refinery Rooftop’s June Charity Slushy, a pink slushy that combines vodka and fresh strawberries, with a portion of proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Tickets cost $25 per person, and include entry, a plate of food, a beverage and a whole lotta sun. Purchase tickets here68 W. 38th St, 646-664-0372, @ingoodcompanyhg

Monday, May 22nd – Cocktails, Dim Sum, and Dreams

Fung Tu, on the LES/Chinatown border will be hosting a cocktail and dim sum pop-up for one-night-only, starting at 8:00PM. (Yes, it’s a reference to the Tom Cruise movie “Cocktail.”) Witness top mixologists whip up five unique cocktails including the Tea Brunch with white peony infused gin and cucumber, and their take on a classic Milk Punch, the Walk-Off. Down some dim-sum like the Pork Belly Egg Rolls and Smoked & Fried Dates stuffed with duck. 22 Orchard St, 212-219-8785, @fungtu

Now Open in NYC

The Beach at Dream Downtown

The Beach at Dream Downtown

The (dreamy) Beach in Chelsea opened their pool – largest hotel pool in New York City – to the public. Bury your feet in real – Hamptons-imported – sand while sipping a giant 10lb Moscow Mule. Day passes start at $65; Private cabanas at $1,500. Available Monday through Friday at 11:00AM. We recommend inviting the whole office – You will not get away playing “hookie” after Instagramming this picture-perfect setting. 355 W. 16th St, 212-229-2336, @dreamhotels

Rāhi

Go on a magic carpet ride to… Greenwich Village. Rāhi, a modern Indian restaurant – meaning ‘traveler’ in Hindi – opened with enticing plates and exotic cocktails inspired by various regions of the country. Powered by young Indian chef Chintan Pandya and entrepreneur Roni Mazumdar, the vibrant restaurant strays from Indian tradition by adopting the local produce of New York. Enjoy the Charred Smoked Salmon paired with rum-infused Kaffir Mango Lassi…and the elephant-themed accents. 60 Greenwich Ave, 212-373-8900, @rahinyc

Mad. Sq. Eats

Get excited, Mad. Sq. Eats is back TOMORROW! Which vendor are you most excited to try? 📸: @nycfoodfinder

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Take in views of the Flatiron Building and the beautiful Madison Square Park while chowing down New York City’s top food vendors. From now until June 9th, Mad. Squ. Eats, the pop-up culinary market produced by Urbanspace will bring back veterans, Roberta’s Pizza, Melt Bakery, and Vendy Award winner Mr Bing; and welcome newcomers, Make Sandwich, Coney Shack and kBBQ by Korilla to Worth Square – Open daily from 11:00AM to 9:00PM. Worth Square, Fifth Ave (between 25th & 26th Sts), @urbanspacenyc

New Menus

Sunday Supper Special at Tio Pepe

No Sunday scaries here! Starting this Sunday, May 21st, West Village Spanish spot, Tio Pepe will be offer pitchers of sangria and a new giant paella – a supersized version of the classic Spanish dish and long-time Tio Pepe fan-favorite. For $55, two guests can enjoy an enormous platter of paella with a pitcher of Tio Pepe’s signature red or white sangria; Parties of four can enjoy an even larger version, as well as sangria, for $100. 168 W. 4th St A, 212-242-6480, @tiopepenyc

Happy Hour at TAVO

Happy Hour at Tavo

Hit happy hour at TAVO – Monday through Friday from 5:30PM to 7:00PM. Indulge in Mod-Latin offerings at a low price; For $9, sip the signature “sangria” cocktail, Purple Punch – containing Pisco over red wine – curated exclusively by Head Bartender Diego Livera. Choose a Cusquena beer for $6, or Red, White and Sparkling Wine for $7. Nom on Inca-themed bites created by newly-appointed Executive Chef Juan Suarez de Lezo. 615 Hudson Street, NYC, 917-675-6454, @tavo_nyc

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