SOHO: This weekend, French eatery Chicane will launch a new brunch prix fixe menu. The $28 cost includes coffee or tea, a cocktail, one side, and a sweet or appetizer, like octopus a la plancha.
ROCK CENTER: On June 10, head to Morrell Wine Bar & Café for a live auction of a single cellar collection, including 37 lots of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, a stellar collection of top-name Bordeaux, including the highly sought-after 2005 Le Pin, 2005 Petrus, 2005 Haut-Brion Blanc Magnums, 2000 Margaux, and multiple vintages of Ausone. Following the auction, Master of Wine Molyneux-Berry and Morrell & Company will host a four-course Grand Wine Dinner paired with seven special wines. $250 plus tax and gratuity, reservation required by calling or emailing Kimberly Jan at 212-307-4200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LOWER EAST SIDE: To celebrate their one-year anniversary, Public House Wine is throwing a bash at a loft on Broome Street, coinciding with the launch of Project Street Level, a summer-long fundraiser aiming to bring street art from up-and-coming local artists to the neighborhood.There will be endless wine, great food, and live and silent auctions with all ticket proceeds going directly to the creation of street art in NYC. Tickets are $50, available here.
UNION SQUARE: In preparation for the World Cup, Leblon Cachaça truck will be parked outside of the Botequim pop-up space today from 4 – 7 p.m. and will be back again for the soccer festivities from June 12th through July 13th.
BUSHWICK: “Hungry Bird” tickets are available for the inaugural “Taste of Bushwick” event is happening on June 16th, with lots of Sixpoint beer as well as grub from Fritzl’s Lunch Box, 1 Knickerbocker, Los Hermanos Tortilleria, Northeast Kingdom, and more. Tickets are $35 until June 8, and then $40 after that, available here.
UNION SQUARE: This Friday night, the Union Square Greenmarket is hosting a nightmarket, complete with a pop-up beer garden and food from their regular vendors as well as local restaurants including Casa Mono, Back Forty and Tocqueville. There will be live jazz and locally sourced beers, from 4 to 8 p.m.
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