Any gift cards purchased on Black Friday magically increase in value! OK, it’s not magic – they have computers to add on the savings – but it’s still exciting! They’ll add 20% to what you spent on the card.
Ready for Black Friday? When you purchase a gift card on Black Friday, we will add an additional 20% on to the value. (valid after 11/30) pic.twitter.com/8dKLIeAdaY
Their Breakfast and Weekend brunch has choices like: Shakshuka (yellow tomato, baked eggs, feta ) and Brik-Style Eggs (house phyllo, cilantro, harissa) and juices.
While their all-day menu has options like Eggplant Flatbread (tahini, cashew), 23 Lex Chicken Club (spicy carrot slaw, lemon mayo, pain de mie), Braised Chicken Cigars (pine nuts, sumac), French Fries with harissa aioli and Lamb Kepta in Pita (lemon tahini, cucumber relish, cilantro) and drinks like Cel-Rays of Thyme (Del Maguey Vida Mezcal, Pineapple, Tonic) and Queen’s Crossbow (Lemorton Pommeau, Rhum Damoiseau, Apple Cider, Cinnamon).
Studio is open early for breakfast (7am) and stays open late (until midnight Monday to Wednesday and Sunday, and until 2am Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
“a performance driven program that gives talented and dedicated young jazz musicians the opportunity to perform regularly in one of New York City’s leading jazz clubs often with guest artists from the New York scene. The visiting guests give a workshop to the band members in addition to providing the experience of playing with the top musicians on the scene.”
This means every Sunday, from 2pm to 3pm, it’s “Jazz for Kids” where you and your kids can have lunch – to the tunes of these young jazz musicians (11 to 18)! Hear them performing music from Jazz greats like Miles Davis, Duke Ellington and Charlie Parker.
Red Tricycle recently noted: “As a bonus for feeling good about the outing, they even donate $1 from each child menu order to Spoons Across America, an organization dedicated to healthy eating habits.”
Fetch a gourmet sausage nearby! You can even satisfy your hot dog hunger at 1am.
Kips Bay’s Dog & Bone, located at 338 3rd Ave, and open everyday from 11 AM to 2 AM, “is an artisanal hot dog house inspired by an English Bulldog named Winston, and the English slang for phone.”
The eatery focuses on sausages and other “feel good foods”.
And not not only does Dog & Bone serve comfort food, it provides you with the comfort of having a furry friend by your side! This “dog-friendly sidewalk café stretches along the pedestrian pavilion on 25th Street.”
TimeOut encourages you to “Finish the meal with a sweet treat: Boozy bread pudding with roasted apples”.
And the restaurant’s slogan aims to “encourage diners to come in and catch up like we once did on the phone”. To Sit, Stay, Eat.