Friday, September 13, 2013

What To Do In NYC This Weekend, September 13 - 15

(Cronut Concrete via Shake Shack)
Remember attending San Gennaro during college to order wine without getting carded, while stuffing your drunk face with zeppoles? The feast has returned to Little Italy for its 87th year, for a gluttonous week of cannoli, sausage-and-peppers sandwiches and packed crowds on Mulberry. Pig out - and throw back those bottles of wine - now through Sunday, September 22.

On Sunday, September 15th, Omnivore returns to Brooklyn for the 4th Omnivore World Tour New York, focusing on the pig. Chefs Grégory Marchand (Frenchie, Paris), Sean Brock (McCrady's and Husk, Charleston), Angelo Romano (Pines, New York), Pamela Yung and the butcher John Ratliff will be meeting up with José Ramirez at the Crown Victoria. Get your tickets here.

Ok, so Tuesday, September 17 isn’t the weekend, but if you plan on getting to the front of this line, you might need to start on Sunday. For one day only, Shake Shack is offering a Cronut Concrete with cinnamon-sugar Cronut holes mixed into butter-caramel custard, exclusively at their Madison Square Park location. If you thought the Shake Shack line was long before, imagine adding in the Dominique Ansel Bakery fans, who are willing to wait at 6am for a taste. Good luck!

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