Weekend Picks: Dance with your Favorite DJ, Hit a Broadway Play and Get a Taste of White Gold
This is your weekend's must-do hit list

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TGIF! See Al Pacino on Stage, Get Saucy and Don your Dancing Shoes. Here are your top weekend picks!

Groove to the Move

Los Angeles based Producer/DJ, Myndset is making some serious noise in the electronic dance music scene. His sound, a mix of electro and progressive, is best described as heavy hitting yet melodic. His eclectic remix roster includes the likes of Avicii, Deadmau5, Drake, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero's, Foster the People, Gotye, Nervo, Skrillex and The Knocks. Myndset will be headlining Lilium this Friday with support from Chad Stark. 

Also this Friday, add Gansevoort Park rooftop to your hit list. Westchester-bred Patrick Carroll is hitting the decks. Expect a wild ride through house, hip-hop, rock, indie and classics. And, on Saturday at Gansevoort DJ Danny Rockz is spinning his unique high energy mixes. “There’s nothing more powerful than watching a room full of people jumping up and down, dancing to the music I’ve selected,” says Rockz.

For entry or table info e-mail brittany@joonbug.com.

Truffle Mania

Tis the season for truffles!! LES resto de pasta, Sauce is serving up a specialty truffle-laden menu of selections like hand-cut yolk tagliatelle with butter, 7-year aged canaroli rice and poached eggs with black sea salt and olive oil all laced with white gold. While truffles have finally arrived at Colicchio & Son's with the latest menu showcasing an indulgent, gnocchi and white truffle dish. And, Marc Forgione is currently shaving them over his famous chicken under a brick. This weekend, hit one of these gems or call your favorite truffle-lovin’ restaurant to see what they’re serving up for the season.

Sauce is located at 78 Rivington Street  212.420.7700./ Colicchio & Sons is located at 85 10th Ave (between Avenue Of The Americas & 5th Ave)/  Marc Forgione is located at 134 Reade Street. 212.941.9401.

Al Pacino as Shelly Levine in David Mamet's Play, GlenGarry Glen Ross
See Al Pacino Live

“Always be closing” -- definitely one of our favorite and oh so true lines from the early 90s film, GlenGarry Glen Ross. The stakes are high at a fly by night Chicago real estate office: 1st prize-­- a new Cadillac, 2nd prize-­- a set of steak knives, 3rd prize-­- you’re fired! Glengarry slices to the core of the American dream and exposes the depths people will go to stay on top of the game. The official opening night was last Sunday with Al Pacino returning to star in the broadway play revival. This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama hit is only running for 10-weeks.

Snag your tickets here.

 



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