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Restaurant Week, Black Fox’s Penthouse and Mary Poppins (OG)

January 16, 2019 Destination New York No Comments Email Email

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Restaurant Week is Back, Black Fox Gets Second Location, Mary Poppins is in Town 

Restaurant Week 2019 Kicks off Jan 21

Restaurant Week kicks off on Jan 21 and will feature 25 Lower Manhattan Restaurants. First time participants include Brooklyn Chop House and 10 Corso Como. Each spot will offer two-course lunches from $26 and three-course dinners from $42. This is your chance to try out a new place you’ve been curious about, or revisit your favorite.

William Barthman Jewelers Moves to 20 Broad Street

William Barthman Jewelers has been a Lower Manhattan mainstay for over 130 years. This month, the store relocated from Broadway to 20 Broad Street. Barthman’s historic sidewalk clock was restored in November and will remain outside the original store location at the intersection of Broadway and Maiden Lane.

Black Fox’s Penthouse, Flowers, Food and Fragrance Open This Week

We’re welcoming a number of new businesses this week. Bastille Flowers (70 Pine), Le Labo (63 Wall Street), GFG Bakery (32 Broadway) and Venus ET Fleur (Brookfield) have all opened their doors.  Additionally, Black Fox Coffee opened its second location – this time on top floor of 85 Broad Street.  This spot is open to the public but expect to sign in at the front desk via the WeWork entrance on the corner of S William and Broad St for access to the building. And, finally we expect Joe’s Pizza on Fulton/Nassau to open this week. Can’t wait to see what opens next week.

Getting Into Venture Capital 

LMHQ’s first Women’s Breakfast of the season will focus on demystifying the world of VC. The panel of experts will discuss common misconceptions about working in VC and tips for how to break into the field. Panelists include Sutian Dong (Female Founders Fund), Jessica Peltz-Zatulove (MDC Ventures), Nina Stepanov (Partnerships at Acceleprise) and Cat Hernandez (Primary Ventures).

See Julie Andrews’ Mary Poppins on the Big Screen

The classics never get old. Catch the original 1964 ‘Mary Poppins’ when it screens on February 10 at the Schimmel Center.  Movie goers can arrive early for pre-show activities including games, prizes and a meet and greet with Ms. Poppins herself. No spoonful of sugar required but we do recommend you get your tickets early.

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