Seven Happenings in NYC You Won't Want to Miss

April 9, 2022, 7:10.44 am ET  


Photo: Cititour.com/Evil Katsu                                                                  

Japan Fes, a massive Japanese and Asian inspired food fair, takes place Saturday, April 9th between West 24th and West 26th Streets along 6th Avenue. Participants include Tonkatsu Me, Evil Katsu, Catmint Wheel Cake, Karls Balls, So Sarap and more...

Uptown Night Market is returning to Harlem on April 14 and will be back for the second thursday of the month with live music, food and drink from 4-10 pm under Under the Arches at 135th Street and 12th Avenue.

Chef Adrienne Cheatham is hosting a pop-up at Red Rooster Harlem to promote her new cookbook, "Sunday Best."  Guests will be able to choose from a few dishes from the cookbook, as well as a la carte items on the Red Rooster menu. 310 Lenox Avenue, all day. Reservations available via OpenTable.

Hester Street Fair is preparing to kick off the season on April 23 & 24 at the Seaport (89 South Street). The fair runs from 11am to 6pm featuring dozens of vendors featuring vintage finds and a lot more.

The cherry blossoms are starting to bloom at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden. The best viewing is from April 15 to May 15. To celebrate, there will be a special pop-up on April 23, 30 and May 7 to mark the spring blooms with music and dance performances in the Discovery Garden from 10:30am to 4pm.

At Manhattan West, Circuit Garden, an art installation by Kelly Heaton is on display through early June. Viewers will discover functioning circuits in the landscape that mimic animal behaviors such as birdsongs and crickets churping.


Photo: Cititour.com/The Tin Building                                                                    

The Tin Building by Jean Georges is set to open in late spring.  It's being billed as a never-before-seen culinary experience at the former site of the South Street fish market, the 53,000 square foot space will feature locally sourced seafood, meats, cheeses, fresh produce and specialty items.

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