This weekend will be another chilly one, but at least there is no more snow coming our way. Whether you are looking to enjoy the indoors or the outdoors this weekend, we’ve got you covered with parades, food and drink festivals, and much more!
Enjoy Italian Desserts in Flatiron
Have you ever been to a Tiramisù Festival? Well, if that was a no, here is your chance! The hosts promise nine different varieties, learn the recipes, shop the ingredients and discover how to recreate the delicious treats with flash labs! More information at Eataly’s homepage.
Sip Delicious Hot Beverages in Greenpoint
79 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY
Saturday, Mar 18, 10:00 am
To: Sunday, Mar 19, 4:00 pm
The cold weather isn’t going anywhere, but here is a solution! Stay warm as you sip various pours of coffees and teas in Greenpoint at The 12th Annual Coffee & Tea Festival NYC. Entrance tickets begin at $10, and you will be introduced to new and award-winning products!
Enjoy the Winter’s (Hopefully) Last Bit of Snow
Who said winter can’t be fun? Head out to Astoria Park and enjoy the snow before it melts for the season, and don’t forget to bring a sled! Wander just off of Ditmars Boulevard to 19 Street and Shore Boulevard and you’ll find a popular sledding hill, unbeatable views and a year-round bathroom
Run While Spotting Art in LIC
Rockaway Brewery, LIC
46-01 5th St., Long Island City, NY
Saturday, Mar 18, 11:00 am To: 12:30 pm
“Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a beautiful Art Run followed by beer at Rockaway Brewing Company in Long Island City, Queens. On this 10K fun run we will see hundreds of murals by street artists from around the world, then enjoy a complimentary beer at Rockaway Brewing Company” the art run hosts say. Train for that summer bod, get in shape before the spring, or simply have a reason to head out despite the nippy temperatures!
There’s No March Madness Without Wings
345 Adams Street, Brooklyn
Sun, March 19, 2017 from 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
No March Madness is complete without wings, and no New York weekend is complete without having a good time with your friends. Head our to Time Out New York’s annual Wingfest series, where the best of Brooklyn bites will be highlighted for an entry pass at $30! For more information and tickets, please see Eventbrite’s pages.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Whether you are looking for low-key festivities or simply a trip to a beer garden, here’s what you’ll need to know: The VNYL offers complimentary Irish coffees on St. Patrick’s Day at their 100 Third Avenue location from 5pm-8pm. Alternatively, head to Astoria’s famous beer garden, the Czech-inspired Bohemian Hall, as they celebrate all weekend long, with drink specials lasting through Sunday, March 19th.
Attend the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Dig out those green shirts and four-leaf clover accessories for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade! “The famed attraction is also considered the largest and oldest St. Patrick’s Day parade in the world, so grab your spot early” says the host! Spot the parade anywhere between Fifth Avenue from 44th to 79th streets, from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Cue the marching band!
For more information, visit the parade website here.