Le Baron "Encore!" Concert Series Launch
When Mon, February 6,11pm - 4am
Where: Le Baron
The newly opened hotspot by Andre Saraiva, Le Baron, is launching a concert series called, "Encore!" Kicking off with a show by HeartsRevolution. The evening is sponsored by Absolut and Spin magazine. We recommend getting there early --this is probably the the toughest door in NYC right now.
Jay-Z at Carnegie Hall for United Way of NYC and the Shawn Carter Scholarship Foundation
There's no doubt about it. More couples get engaged on Valentine's Day than any other day of the year. And with that comes a steady flow of engagement announcements followed by summer weddings. We all know wedding planning can be exciting yet stressful. That's where LOVEPOST.com comes in. It's an interactive community where couples can get advice, share their engagement announcements, photos, love stories, wedding plans, and more. They can interact with other users and even link up their Twitter and Facebook accounts. LOVEPOST gives couples a specialized space to create a profile that encourages users to share their photos and love story. In other words, it's okay to gloat and coo on LOVEPOST! That's what it's all about.
You can also browse, build a feed, and even follow a topic, couple or an expert. For more information visit www.lovepost.com.
It's true. We're denim fanatics. If our 30+ pair collection of every color, style, and brand is any indication, we may even be denim addicts. So when we heard Isaay.com was having a 40% off sale on one of our favorite brands, 7 For All Mankind, we had to share with our loyal readers (and denim addicts).
The sale is gone tomorrow, Thursday, February 2nd, so get over there now for the best sizes and selection and enter code: denim40.
Swedish House Mafia fans rejoice: Sebastian Ingrosso and special guests will be at The Pool at Harrah's in Atlantic City on President’s Day Weekend. As one part of Swedish House Mafia, Ingrosso is the man behind the ultimate summer anthem “Calling” with Alesso. Ingrosso also produced the “How Soon Is Now” with Dirty South, David Guetta and Julia McKnight, and the remix of “Jack You” with Steve Angello for Diddy and Felix. His remixes of MGMT’s “Kids” and Miike Snow’s “Silvia” also took the music scene by storm. The legendary artist has also worked with Kylie Minogue, Style of Eye, AN21, Max Vangeli, True Identity and Lune.
Not everyone has $3k to drop on Superbowl tickets this year. So, where will you be going for the biggest sports day in America? If you still haven't made plans, have no fear, we've sifted through all the riff-raff and selected the best Super Bowl parties in NYC. Party on!
Bounce is a perfect upscale option for those looking for more than a grubby sports bar. Located in the Flat Iron district, this is no regular sports bar. With massive flat-screen TVs, an extensive beer and wine selection, classy furnishings, and an upscale crowd, this is a top pick for Super Bowl Sunday.
What to Drink Now at Corkbuzz Wine Studio
When: Jan 30, 7 pm - 9 pm
Where: Corkbuzz Wine Studio, 13 E. 13th St. (Bt. 5th Ave. & University Pl. ), 10003
Start your week at the newly opened Corkbuzz Wine Studio for their 'What to Drink Now' class. Join fellow wine lovers to explore the latest in everything wine --from the latest regions to where to experiment with new favorites. Get your ticket here.
After receiving their liquor license approval just over 2 weeks ago, Le Baron, the much anticipated club from French nightlife mogul, Andre Saraiva, officially swung open its doors this past Friday. After two years of speculation, Le Baron, located at 22 Mulberry is a reality.
This is the 4th installment of the club which already has three ultra exclusive sister locations in Paris, London, and Tokyo. The project has been in the works since March 2010, and eager New Yorker's have been following all its rumors, trials and tribulations.
It's that time of year again --Hollywood's award season! The time of year where people obsess over who-won -what-wearing-what-on-the-arm-of-who. Did you get all that? More importantly, film greatness is honored and recognized. While the Academy Awards have received lukewarm reviews in the past few years over choice of host, a slow-moving program, and generally unfunny punchlines; everyone gets excited over who will win best Actor and Actress in a leading role, and that final nailbiting moment: Best Picture of the Year.
(For the record, leads we're pulling for are Brad Pitt in Moneyball and Glenn Close in Albert Nobbs.)
The Bowery Diner
241 Bowery between Rivington and Stanton Sts (212-388-0052)
The Bowery Diner spawns from Mathieu Palombino of, , and . The can-do-all chef once again switches gears and ventures into classic American. Think double-patty burgers, pancakes, french fries, glazed donuts, milk shakes and pancakes. It's a diner, but it's no Denny's. Expect tasty twists on classic dishes, trademarked by Palombino.