Luthun (432 E 13th St, NYC) continues to wow diners with its inventive cuisine from chefs Nahid Ahmed and Arjuna Bull. One of the new summer dishes gracing its tasting menus is the Hiromasa. It’s made with strawberry, lemon verbena and horse radish pearls. The restaurant gave us this sneak peek. Luthun is offering two tasting menus priced at $95pp for six courses and $145pp for a nine-course meal at the Chef’s Counter.
Baar Baar is continuing its Guest Chef Pop-up Series. On Monday, August 7th it will feature A Fried Chicken Feast with Eric Huang of Pecking House ($80pp), and on Sunday, August 13th it is A Family-Style Brunch with Chance Anies of South Philly's Tabachoy ($65pp). For more information, visit baarbaarnyc.com
Creamline, known for its American classics, is launching monthly trivia nights at Chelsea Market starting on July 13th from 6:30–8 PM (followed by August 10th) in collaboration with the NYC Trivia League. Guests are encouraged to come with a group for a fun evening of general knowledge trivia while enjoying Creamline’s burgers, chicken sandwiches (including its cult-favorite Honey Butter Fried Chicken Sandwich), grilled cheese sandwiches, assortment of milkshakes and more. No RSVP required. Prizes.
Malai, which recently opened a kiosk at Market 57, is offering a buy one, get one half off sale this Sunday July 16th through 4pm for National Ice Cream Day. New flavors available for the month include Jaggery Soft Serve made with jaggery from Burlap & Barrel's new single-origin sugars and Sea Salt Vanilla made with Heilala Vanilla.
KYU will be hosting an ice cream social in NoHo. On Sunday, July 16 from 1PM onward, KYU will be offering guests complimentary scoops of their homemade ice cream straight from their charming ice cream cart while supplies last (limit one per person). Must-try flavors include: Banana-Bourbon, Classic Fudge Sundae and Strawberry Shortcake Matcha Swirl!
Italian Sportswear brand, C.P. Company, is planting its flag in New York with a four-day brand exhibition in the heart of Brooklyn. From Thursday, July 20th through Sunday, July 23rd, the brand will host an immersive experience open to the public at 25 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, guiding visitors through their 50-year history. The main attraction is a unique exhibition space entitled, “The Goggle Jacket: How Design Innovation Can Build a Community.”
A new exhibit at The Met Fifth Avenue takes an in depth look at Pueblo pottery. The exhibit, Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery, features more than 100 historical, modern, and contemporary items in clay from more than 60 individual members of 21 tribal communities.
Until next time, we’ll be seeing you Around Town!