As the weekend slowly disappears, a new week offers yet another set of incredible opportunities to get out there and experience this city!
Here’s somewhere to eat, somewhere to drink, and somewhere to play.
53 Little West 12th St
New York, NY 10014
After months of anticipation, Seamus Mullen’s Meatpacking butcher shop and tapas bar, El Comado, is open. During the day, El Comado sells rotisserie chickens and various cuts of meat, and by night it becomes a tapas restaurant with sangria on tap, and an incredible burger option.
We’re just saying…it’s literally a stone’s throw from Dream Downtown.
116 MacDougal Street
New York, NY 10012
Seaside styled and inspired, Lazy Point is open and pouring extraordinary cocktail in Tribeca. The venue is presented as an urban beach house with shades of memorable coastal getaways. The drinks are bright, the music sets the scene, and the service is phenomenal. Try the Beaten Gypsy or the Oaxacan Daiquiri. Or both.
More info here! lazypointnyc.com
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
521 West 21st Street
New York, NY 10011
If the line is too long at the new Whitney museum, head north to the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery. In his fifth solo show with the Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Tomás Saraceno further examines the strange dichotomy between arachnid and human behaviors. This mindset takes the form of incredibly complex interwoven geometries, suspended in mid air like frozen galaxies in a universe. The gallery is dark, except for the illuminated webs that aim to explain Saraceno’s personal beliefs regarding arachnid behavior as a model to illustrate utopian societal relationships.