Happy March, it's International Women's Month.
Despite the cold, there's a lot to celebrate. From Armory week to food crawls through Brooklyn, here's your guide to braving the cold and shaking your social calendar up.
All Month Long
Try The French Onion Eggo Grilled Cheese at Clinton Hall
In honor of National Frozen Food Month in March, Clinton Hall and Kellogg's have teamed up for a collaboration that will go down in history as the ultimate comfort food creation - the French Onion Eggo Grilled Cheese! With house-made French onion soup, mozzarella, swiss & gruyere cheese and Eggo waffles toasted to crispy perfection, it's a meal you don't want to miss out.
Limited quantities will be available daily at all 5 Clinton Hall locations until March 31st.
FREEHOLD Hosts a Bourbon Street Bash on Fat Tuesday (45 South 3 @ 5 PM)
FREEHOLD Â will celebrate Fat Tuesday with live music straight from New Orleans on March 5th.
The night will also feature stilt walkers, fire breathers, a Cajun menu and more! Dinner service begins at 5 PM and the special performances start at 7 PM.
For reservations please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 6 - 11
Spring/Break Art Show (866 E. 48 St, Manhattan)
SPRING/BREAK Art Show returns to New York City with its 2019 show, 'FACT AND FICTION'.
The curators focused art fair returns to Armory Arts Week with 85+ exhibitions in a new quarters, the UN Plaza.
Grab a ticket at the link above but also check out the collaboration with Time Square Immersive featuring four outdoor sculptures that blur reality and fantasy with delight and warning on the Broadway Plazas in Times Square.
Featuring the fact blurring large-scale installations by Noah Scalin, Michael Zelehoski, Devra Freelander + Gracelee Lawrence, and Icy And Sot.
The Notorious Brunch at Schimanski (54 N. 11th St @ 2 PM)
Schimanski in Williamsburg will host The Notorious Brunch to pay homage to the late great Biggie Smalls on the anniversary of his passing, Saturday, March 9th. Â BIG BEN and MFUSCO will DJ, playing all of B.I.G.'s greatest hits.
Table reservations can be made by contacting email@example.com.
Grand Bazaar NYC Vintage Pop-Up (100 W 77th Street @ 10 AM)
Head to Grand Bazaar NYC to browse the racks of everything old-that's-new again across all of the eras, like funky '70s faux fur and all the styles you love (and love to hate!) about the '80s and '90s. Mid century furniture, rugs, antiques, vinyl, collectible cameras, and more are ready and wanting to go home with you. Jewels, handbags, denim, accessories, posters, tees and all the vintage oddities you love to joyfully discover will be here, too.
Between channeling your favorite superstar of a bygone era (be it the outfit, the home, or just the tunes), enjoy a yummy meal from Grand Bazaar's artisanal food court from salty, sweet and savory delights.
This rare vintage-only event happens but only a few times yearly. More information can be found by visiting,
Bachelor Finale Party at Slate (54 W 21st St @ 6:30 PM)
Party with Bachelor alum including Nick Viall, Jordan Kimball, and Connor Obrochta, complete with photo opportunities.
Come join Betches for a live pre-show with The Betchelor podcast hosted by Derek Peth and Kay Brown with drink specials and Bachelor drama all night. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased by visiting the link above
March 14 - 18
Seated Four Day Brooklyn Food Crawl (Brooklyn)
In collaboration with 75 establishments across Brooklyn, those who sign up with Seated will receive an email which will feature a map of the restaurants participating in an epic restaurant crawl covering Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick, Park Slope, Cobble Hill, and Dumbo.
Whoever visits the most restaurants over the 4 day period will be entered for the chance to be rewarded with a $500 Amazon gift card or 2 Hamilton tickets.
Anyone who posts on social gets entered to win a private dinner for them and a plus one and Sleep No More tickets. If you make it to five spots you'll be entered for a chance to win 2 Blue Hill experience tickets.
Last but not least, for those who take on a mini crawl (three restaurants/bars) will be entered to win $20 in Seated credit to use at any in-network Brooklyn restaurant.
Make Pizza Drink Wine (77 Fulton, Manhattan @ 7 PM)
Get schooled by world-renowned pizza chefs Roberto and Giorgia Caporuscio at Keste's Fulton Street location, where you'll spend hours with us learning how to make (and taste, obviously!) authentic Neapolitan pizza.
Not only will you gain hands-on experience from the cream of the pizza-making crop, but did we mention you'll also enjoy sipping on complimentary glasses of house red and white wines for the entire night while learning about the incredible history of Neapolitan pizza-- plus you'll have delicious appetizers like fried burrata and fresh mozzarella served family-style!
Grand Bazaar NYC Craft Pop-Up on Sunday (100 W 77th Street @ 10 AM)
Grand Bazaar is celebrating National Craft Month by featuring a curated selection of talented independent and emerging craft-makers.
Come discover these incredible local makers who produce one-of-a-kind handmade fashion, home goods, jewelry, leather goods, furniture, stationery, lamps, and art.
Make Mozzarella Drink Wine (77 Fulton St, Manhattan @ 3 PM)
Some pronounce it matza-rella, others say mutza-rella, but no matter how the word rolls off your tongue, there's one thing for sure: fresh mozzarella is absolutely melt-in-your-mouth delicious and the ultimate cheese-pull delicacy for those unforgettable, Instagram-able moments.
But seriously, who really knows what it takes to make mozzarella all by yourself? Not many, if any at all-- until now, that is. So with a little help from Keste Pizza & Vino world-renowned chef and owner, Roberto Caporuscio, who was born and raised on a dairy farm in Italy (where he first developed his culinary skills that include both producing and selling cheese), you can now come and learn how to make fresh mozzarella-- so you can do it from the comfort of your own home afterward!
The B*tch Seat 5TH Anniversary Show ( 27-16 23rd Ave, Queens @ 8:30 PM)
The Bitch Seat is celebrating its 5th anniversary! In this interview-style, live talk show, host Lyssa Mandel (& co-host/boyfriend Phil Casale) invites guests to present poignant/painful creations from their adolescence on stage (poetry, drawings, songs, sketches, videos...Wicca boxes...) and follows with engaging questions that cut to the heart of how all our teenage pain is the same. And it's funny. Think of it as Judy Blume meets Dr. Phil. Raucous laughter and redemption ensue. Bar in the theater to chase down the pubescent demons.
I Am She Closing Reception (1698 Bergen St, Brooklyn @ 6 PM)