Everything your heart desires is waiting for you in your weekend guide. Let me fulfill your needs, let me give you what you want. From an underground chef’s dinner that takes you directly to the source to a stripped down, reimagined opera-burlesque ballet; a trips back in time through the 80s, the angsty years of our teens, and just to last year when Tom Petty was still filling (not breaking) our hearts; and a cooking class that’s cheesy in the best way. Get at it, Brooklyn.
Trust me; I’ve got what you want.
International Pop-Up Dinner with Index Brooklyn at the Diamond, Greenpoint.
Mortified at Littlefield in Gowanus
It’s Not Personal: Guided Meditation and Self-Love Workshop at New Woman Space in Bushwick
Retromatica at House of Yes in Bushwick
Magick City at Elsewhere in Bushwick
Dune Drinking Game at Videology in Williamsburg
Blue Moon Fever: A Celebration of the Music of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at Littlefield in Gowanus
Come commemorate, commiserate, inebriate, and fucking dance as we continue to mourn the loss of one of the best artists of our time. It’s the Blue Moon Fever party at Littlefield with the Undone Sweaters. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society, so you’ll be reveling with a cause while you celebrate the life and sound of this legend. Tickets, $10 available here. Doors at 8, show at 9, 635 Sackett St.
The Roots of The Dinner Party: History in the Making at the Brooklyn Museum
Industry City Chef’s Lab Dinners Featuring Winston Chiu
Elevation with Matthew Dekay at Mona Liza Studio in Bushwick
No Chill Party at Friends and Lovers in Bushwick
Celebrate the weird warm weather and hear to the No Chill dance party this Saturday night. Free entry all night from 10-4am means you’ll be getting down with all your friends and future lovers until the sun comes up. Get summered DJs Edward Askew, Dirty Boogie, and Big Vic know how to heat things up. All info here, 641 Classon Ave.
Nutcracker Rouge at Theater XIV, Bushwick
Cheese Making at Humboldt and Jackson in Williamsburg
Learn a new skill this Sunday at chase that hangover into Monday at Humboldt and Jackson Sunday night. Sip on bubbly while you learn to make Stracciatella from H&J’s own monger Bill Reed. Tickets are $25 and very limited. Get yours here now. 5-7pm, 434 Humboldt St.