From fine dining on a lake to nostalgic immersive experiences, we’ve planned quite the week for you.
Monday, April 5
Welcome to Smoove Ice Cream, where everyone with a "soft and creamy sweet tooth" comes to treat themselves to the best Asian American dessert fusions in NYC.
Photo courtesy of Smoove Ice Cream
Tuesday, April 6
You won't find more authentic Lebanese cuisine in the East Village—or anywhere else in the city— than at Balade.
Wednesday, April 7
If you were a fan of Margaret Wise Brown and Clement Hurd's children's book, Goodnight Moon, you'll want to hurry over to Fort Makers to check out “Goodnight House,” the immersive group exhibition inspired by the American classic.
Photo by Joe Kramm/Courtesy of Fort Makers
Thursday, April 8
Beat the boredom with the Tiny Cupboard, an underground (and sometimes aboveground) performance space that puts on affordable and superfunny comedy shows every week.
Photo courtesy of the Tiny Cupboard
Friday, April 9
The Loeb Boathouse finally resumes lakeside dining, the perfect alfresco date for New Yorkers looking to ring in the spring season with delicious food.
Photo courtesy of the Loeb Boathouse at Central Park/Facebook
Saturday, April 10
Grimm Artisanal Ales is open for indoor and outdoor service in East Williamsburg, offering unique brews (pop-style mocha sour ale, anyone?) inside its new spring-themed glasses.
Photo courtesy of Grimm Artisanal Ales/Facebook
Sunday, April 11
As warmer weather approaches, now's the time to admire the beautiful blooms of Central Park using this special Spring Guide.