#MustDo in NYC: Food Eats This Week (Sept. 3-9)
Summer is coming to a close, and while we’re bummed that the days will be getting shorter, we can’t help but to get excited about the leaves beginning to change, our favorite fall experiences (apple picking, anyone?) and of course – the delicious food.
Below, a round-up of our top things to do this week, with an eye on our favorite fall eats:
Fight Climate Change with Your Dinner
Did you know you can fight climate change simply with the choices you make when ordering a meal? Join our friends from Impact Travel NYC for an event aimed at highlighting how our culinary decisions can have an impact on climate action.
Wednesday, Sept 5 from 6-8 pm in Soho (free)Learn more and RSVP.
Get Your Beer on With Threes Brewing
Join Threes Brewing to cheers their newest IPA release, Forevermore. There will be DJs, there will be dancing and there most certainly will be beer.
Thursday, Sept. 6 from 6-11 pm in Greenpoint (free)
Learn more and RSVP.
Satisfy Your Fall Cravings with Madison Square Eats
Find a multitude of diverse flavors from the city’s best restaurants and food entrepreneurs at Madison Square Eats, a marketplace that kicks off this Friday and runs daily through Oct. 5. The highly anticipated twice-yearly event draws hungry crowds to savor offerings from buzz-worthy eateries.
Kicks off on Friday, Sept. 8 from 11 am to 9 pm (continues daily)
Learn to Cook Traditional Argentinian Dishes
Get cooking with our friends at League of Kitchens in an immersive, hands-on class led by local New Yorker and Argentinian immigrant Mirta. Originally from Mendoza, Mirta grew up learning to cook from her grandmother, and she’ll share all of her tricks of the trade in the class hosted in her own home.
Sunday, Sept. 9 from 1-5:30 pm in Forest Hills, Queens ($175)
Learn more and register.
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