Normally an upper west side flea market on weekends–this weekend was a sweets bazaar. A nice alternative if you were unable to get tickets to the Dessertgoals first annual fest that was also happening today.
We were very curious about Flynn McGarry’s popup restaurant Eureka. McGarry is notable for having staged fine dining at a very young age (like a Doogie Houser meets Momofuku/Eleven Madison Park). Eureka makes multiple month stints in Nyc & LA at shifting locations–this time at Kava (803 Washington st in nyc).
Our normally comprehensive cataloging of dog costumes was cut short this year due to the cold and rainy weather but here are some of our favorites!
Goodnight sweet Bichon (time to R-U-N)
Croton-on-Harmon hosts a jack-o-lantern extravaganza every October! It’s simply out of this world. Thousands of pumpkins (both real & foam craft sort) are carved & stacked into enormous sculptures. Located an hours train ride from nyc, it’s an easy day trip for the family.
There were so many great dogs costumes; here’s a few of my favorites:
Ok I’m going to admit I only went to this because it’s on my way home & included a free bag of snacks & it took all of 10 minutes. Still There’s something oddly appealing to looking at cheetos that to someone, somewhere looked like a cat or a seahorse or a family of three!! It’s like gazing at clouds & seeing your future….
An Amazing & immersive dinner experience by Bompas & Parr (food visual artists based in London) popped up for a week in NYC in late August 2016. It was like a combination of immersive acting/creepy funhouse (akin to Sleep No More) & a dinner party
Dessert: honey jelly, goat cheese, crunchy malted barley granola & red berry compote…looks one way in the light