NYC LIFE: 3T Events, Restaurant Week, Lincoln Center, Cabaret
July 24-Aug. 18. Restaurant Week is Back.
During NYC Restaurant Week (which is now weeks), your taste is your tour guide—and a jaunt around the corner can feel like a world tour. It’s a great chance to book some of those impossible to get into restaurants when everyone’s in town. 3 Courses, lunch $29, dinner $42. Reserve early. Get the details.
Now-July 30. The Lincoln Center Festival
Enjoy extraordinary opera, music, dance, and theater that showcases contemporary artistic viewpoints. Just a few of the performances include the Bolshoi Ballet, new plays, and wonderful and inventive musical performances. Get details and tickets.
Now – Aug. 16. FREE Concerts at the America Folk Art Museum
The American Folk Art Museum offers concerts Wednesday at 2 p.m. and Friday at 5:30 p.m. And if you’ve never toured the museum, take some time to that too. Its collection includes more than seven thousand artworks dating from the eighteenth century to the present, from compelling portraits and dazzling quilts to powerful works by living self-taught artists in a variety of mediums. Get more details.
Aug. 4. Five Fabulous Cabaret Vocalists for a Good Cause
Head to Don’t Tell Mama when these five very talented and cabaret award-nominated Tomatoes, Celia Berk, Sally Darling, Meg Flather, Josephine Sanges, Lisa Viggiano, come together to perform in a benefit for #TheEmpathyInitiative of The Seeing Place Theatre. The theatre has a year-long season of seven plays that fight against sexism, ageism, racism, extremism and oppression.
Friday, August 4th – 7:00 pm | $20 cover and 2 drink minimum- cash only
Don’t Tell Mama | 343 West 46th Street, NYC
(212) 757-0788 for reservations
Aug. 8. Ellen Kaye at the Metroplitan Room.
Join The Three Tomatoes for a fun girls night out to preview Ellen Kaye’s new show, “Diamonds on My Windshield”, a musical memoir of “badass days and nights” in 1974 the year Ellen ran away from home and criss-crossed America. It’s hard to catch the wind, the freedom of the highway, and the psychedelic insanity that was 1974. Ellen Kaye is tackling all three in her new show. Seven years after the Summer of Love, six years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, four years after the Kent State killings, two years after Watergate, two weeks after Nixon resigns and Ford takes office her adventure begins. Join The Three Tomatoes there.
Tuesday August 8 @ 7 PM.|Metropolitan Room|34 West 22nd St.|NYC
Tickets are $20 (plus $25 menu minimum). Get tickets now!!