The thirsty. list of where to drink this week in NYC.
Tuesday, October 20th:
This and every Tuesday, Louie and Chan transports you to the Roaring Twenties with Chan’s Parlor. Tucked underneath the restaurant, their subterranean lounge is transformed into a 1920’s speakeasy with live jazz, burlesque, prohibition style cocktails and surprise performances. Mingle with flappers, dandies, and gangsters as Louie and Chan guests relive the Golden Era. While costumes are encouraged, they are not mandatory. No cover, from 7 pm – 2 am.
The WhiskyWisemenNYC hosts an almost Halloween party at NY Distilling Co. “Nightfall at The Distillery: Whiskey + Bizarre Babes” includes a spirits tasting, a tour by distiller Allen Kaltz and a spooky-themed burlesque show – with all proceeds going to charity. Tickets are $25, available here.
Saturday, October 24th:
Head downtown to Pier A Harborhouse for the “Apple Fest” featuring food and drink including fall’s favorite ingredient. From 12 – 9 pm, guests can sip Hudson Valley ciders like Doc’s DraftandAaron Burr, wines from Finger Lakes Late Harvest and non-alcoholic hot and cold cider. There will also be a market with six varieties of locally grown apples and other apple-inspired cuisine.
Sunday, October 25th:
The inaugural Tapped: The Ultimate Craft Beer Fest comes to the Barclay’s Center. Featuring two 3-hour sessions, guest will be treated to tastings of over 100 craft brews from Cigar City Brewing Co., Founders Brewing Co., Stone Brewing Co. and more plus Chef Josh Capon’s award-winning Bash Burger. More details and tickets available here.
Fans of the West Village cocktail den The Garret – the”secret” spot located above a Five Guys Burger joint – will be happy to hear that there is now a second location, this one in the East Village. Expect delicious drinks and a super cool vibe.
Black Tap Burger – the winner of this year’s Burger Bash at NYCWFF – also opens up another location, expanding from Soho to the Meatpacking District.