THURS, 9/18: BOGO STARBUCKS, FREE FACIALS, ISAAC MIZRAHI + BETTY HALBREICH, PHOTOVILLE, BOOKISH + COMEDIC EVENTS

around town today

free outdoor movie: >>
wild style, long island city (43-29 crescent street)

free art openings:
brian froud’s faeries’ tales @ afa (rsvp) >>
rachel lee hovnanian: ‘instant gratification’ @ leila heller gallery (thru 10/18) >>

8am-8pm: (thru 10/18, mon-fri 8am-8pm, sat-sun 10am-8pm): a replica friends central perk pop-up coffee shop opens in soho to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the debut of the iconic sitcom with free coffee, photo ops, in-store performances, contests, special appearances by michael tyler (‘gunther’), and merchandise. 199 lafayette st. @ broome st. free admission. >>

12-8pm (thru 9/21): 70+ exhibitors come to the new york art, antique + jewelry show. park avenue armory, $15 adv with discount code ‘nyfb14′ (reg. $20). >>

4pm (thursdays thru 9/25): human chess! soldiers’ + riverside park’s sailors’ monument plaza (riverside drive + w. 89th st.). >>

4-7pm (+ 9/25): free rowing shoves off at prospect park lake. >>

4-10pm (thru 9/28): shipping containers are transformed into 50 temporary photo exhibition spaces for the annual photoville art event that includes talks, workshops, nighttime projections, a smorgasburg-curated food + beer garden, and more. brooklyn bridge park’s pier 5. free admission. >>

5:30-6:30pm: there’ll be complimentary facials, refreshments, performer + motorcycle enthusiast ann-margret (bye bye birdie, viva las vegas), and more to help help celebrate the opening of the new nolita kiehl’s store. 223 mulberry st, bet. prince + spring. >>

6pm (+ soho 9/20 @ 2pm): here’s the fire: fdny firefighters sign the fdny 2015 calendar of heroes, which includes a woman for the first time ever. sales benefit the fdny foundation. bloomingdale’s (third ave @ 59th st., second floor). >>

6-8pm: see and hear what nyc used to be like when copies of east village eye magazine (1979-1987) will be available for sale and a panel including rapper fab 5 freddy discuss ‘how hip hop came downtown’. printed matter, free admission. >>

6:30, 7, 7:30pm (thru 9/22): leading up to sunday’s brooklyn book festival, ‘bookend events’ take place in bookstores, parks, theatres and more. tonight’s events include a battle of the books, short stories, translating science fiction, women’s ambition + success, free drinks, and more. free-$15. >>

7pm: fashion designer isaac mizrahi talks with bergdorf personal shopper of 30 years betty halbreich (subject of the doc. scatter my ashes at bergdorf’s) to discuss her new memoir, i’ll drink to that: a life in style, with a twist. b+n 86th + lexington, free. >>

7pm: crime fiction writer james ellroy (l.a. confidential, the black dahlia) presents his new novel, perfidi, at b+n union square. free. >>

7pm: 20+ poets read from the 27th edition of the best american poetry at the new school’s auditorium (66 w. 12th st), free. >>

7pm: photographer josh cheuse shares iconic images of the beastie boys, the clash, and more from his upcoming exhibition at the morrison hotel gallery. apple soho, free (rsvp required) >>

7pm: patents 101: patent attorney andy berks learns us on how to protect your ideas for fun and profit at genspace. $5 suggested donation. >>

7pm: the moth storyslam: 10 stories, 3 teams of judges, 1 winner. tonight’s theme: ‘rivalry’. housing works, $8. >>

7pm: husband and wife team patrick clair and jiji lee co-host the weekly split personality storytelling and character open mic show at williamsburg’s over the eight. tonight’s guests: peter aguero (the moth host), james iii (seth meyers), and sharon spell (‘the big shrink’ host). free. >>

7pm: the weekly ‘lasers in the jungle’ comedy show features stand-up by aparna nancherla, dan shaki, erik bergstrom, kate hendricks, and hosts sean crespo, katina corrao and dan wilbur. ucbeast, $5. >>

7pm (+ 9/25): bow tie cinemas screens clueless (1995) as part of its ‘chelsea classics’ series. $8. >>

7, 9:30pm: rule of 7×7: 7 playwrights present new 10-minute plays that follow the same set of 7 rules. the tank, $9 adv, $12 door admission includes a beer. >>

7-10pm: check out new york’s next top makers at the coalition for queens hq. free (rsvp). >>

7pm doors, 7:30pm show: foxy vermouth presents a planned parenthood burlesque benefit at the slipper room. $15. >>

7:15pm doors, 8pm show: literary death match! four writers read their own work for seven minutes or less to a panel of sarcastic, comedy-loving judges. tonight’s judges: janeane garofalo, carrie coon (the leftovers), and nick flynn (another bullsh*t night in suck city); and readers: joshua ferris (to rise again at a decent hour), julie klam (you had me at woof), rivka galchen (american innovations), and bill scheft (letterman). hosted by adrian todd zuniga. symphony space, $15. >>

7:30pm: comic performers stage a new, live episode of freaks and geeks at the pit. $8 adv, $10 door, $1 students. >>

7:30pm doors, 8pm show: the weekly myrtle comedy show at clinton hill’s splitty features adam newman, jacqueline novak, max silvestri, and more joining hosts greg johnson + larry murphy. $5. >>

8pm: tonight at an evening of humorous readings: alison agosti (seth meyers), beth newell (reductress founder), zhubin parang (the daily show), and hosts brian agler, luke burns, and james folta. hifi bar, free. >>

8pm: 12 male bartenders compete for the title of ‘stoli guy 2014′ and $10,000 at tonight’s gaycities sponsored event. bonus: free cocktails. space ibiza ny (637 w. 50th st.), free admission (rsvp required). >>

8:15pm: the weekly ‘emily’ show celebrates the worst of the worst submitted poems, short stories, plays, screenplays, sketches and essays. tonight’s theme is ‘fire’, with guests matt koff, chelsea davison, emily fleming, lukas kaiser, and hosts lizzie martinez and emily bogue. want to submit something to the show? bring your 200-word submission with you or email it in advance to: submittoemily@gmail.com. upstairs at 2a, free. >>

8:30pm: the weekly fresh out stand-up comedy show at ucbeast features guests tbd. hosted by ashley brooke roberts and jim tews. $5. >>

8:30pm doors: slonk donkerson, the roofer’s union, and sun looks down play shea stadium. $7. >>

8:30pm doors: half waif, pinegrove, una lux, and poor remy play glasslands. $10. >>

9pm: the tarantino: improvisers create a quentin tarantino-style movie on the fly at the pit. $8 adv, $10 door, $1 students. >>

9pm doors, 9:30pm show: videology screens art forgery documentary, art and craft. free (rsvp). >>

9:30pm: the colbert report writers perform an improvised long-form show at ucb. $5 (rsvp recommended). >>

10pm: watch a fully improvised episode of vh1’s behind the music at the pit. $8 adv, $10 door, $1 students. >>

10pm: the talk show series presents: the kevin corrigan show with guests amy schumer (inside amy schumer), taran killam (snl), michael che (snl, the daily show), and anthony cumia (the opie and anthony show). new location: union hall, $5. >>

10pm (+ 9/20-10/4): the midnight radio show brings an adults only shadow puppet theater + fairytale variety show to pete’s candy store. free. >>

thru 9/20: the mini brooklyn international performance art festival features a women’s health workshop, plus performances by blipvert, antibody corporation, and wild torus. jack, free-$10. >>

thru 9/21: film festivals!
greenpoint film festival >>
williamsburg international film festival (willifest) >>
i imagine film festival (9/20-21 only) >>

thru 9/22 the seventh annual eugene mirman comedy festival takes over the bell house and union hall for five days with guests including ira glass, jessi klein, wyatt cenac, h. jon benjamin, sara vowell, neil degrasse tyson, robyn hitchcock, and many more. $10-35.

thru 9/27: the third annual queer new york international arts festival brings 10 performances to abrons arts center. free ($10-15 suggested donation). >>

thru 9/28: climate week nyc is 9/22-28, but there are tons of talks, exhibits, performances, meetings, and more scheduled leading up to and including then. many free. >>

thru 9/30: musician nick cave is profiled in filmmakers/visual artists iain forsyth and jane pollard’s fusion of drama and documentary, 20,000 days on earth. forsyth and pollard will be at select screenings 9/19-21. film forum, $13. >>

thru 11/23: the world’s largest solo theatre festival, the annual united solo theatre festival, returns to nyc’s theatre district with 130 one-person shows from 6 continents. theatre row, $19.25. >>

thru 1/31: sesame street lovers of all ages will find something to love at the new york public library for the performing arts exhibition, ‘somebody come and play’, where 250+ items including 20 muppets, models, set designs, original sketches, storyboards, and more will be on display. free admission. >>

check our website for ongoing events. >>

coming up

9/19 free outdoor movie: >>
in the mood for love, columbus park

9/19: ahoy, landlubbers! it’s talk like a pirate day! show off your best piratey lingo for a free krispy kreme donut. dress in full pirate gear for a free dozen. >>

9/19 12pm: tickets go on sale today for paleyfest (10/11-21), featuring creators and cast members from the walking dead, archer, bob’s burgers, marvel’s agents of s.h.i.e.l.d.. $30-40 (up from $20-30 last year). >>

9/19 5-9pm: 30 smorgasburg food + drink vendors come to central park’s summerstage for the evening, along with music spun by ‘mister saturday night’ djs justin carter and eamon harkin. free admission, pay-as-you-go. >>

9/19 6-9pm (rescheduled from 9/13): bike riders who’d like to participate in the possibility bike parade in the people’s climate march on 9/21 can get bike bloc training and decorate their rides for an illuminated night ride to the un. meet at tompkins square park, south side (e. 7th st, bet. aves a and b). >>

9/19-21 6-9pm: kick up your heels at the annual bryant park square dance, featuring live music, free cowboy hats (while supplies last), lasso lessons, cornhole toss, a photo booth, a raffle, more. free. >>

9/19 7pm (fri-sat thru 10/4): get tickets to see a jazz-age interpretation of macbeth at the players theatre in the village for $8.50-25 (plus ticket fees, reg. $25-60). >>

9/19 7pm-1am (fri-sat, ongoing): the weekly brooklyn night bazaar night market brings bands, food, breweries + wineries, vendors, light installations, and mini golf, ping pong + skeeball to a 24,000 sq ft warehouse. this week’s music comes from here we go magic, coastgaard, eastern midwestern, white bike, those darlins, landlady, heat, and dirty nil. free admission (get expedited admission + a drink for $5 here). >>

9/19 7pm doors, 8pm show:the seventh annual nerd nite nerdtacular goes all out with a dry t-shirt contest shirt, treats from 8 bit bakery, music by the main squeeze orchestra quintet, and presentations about using star trek to treat cocaine addiction, the upside of your student loan debt, and the bizarre world of archie comics. galapagos, $15. >>

9/19 7pm doors, 8:30pm show: wasted cinema screens sylvester stallone’s awfully funny over the top (1987), along with an arm wrestling competition, raffles, drinking games and drink specials. legends bar, free. >>

9/19 7:30pm-midnight: bingo fundraiser for books through bars. abc no rio, free admission, $2/card, 3/$5 to play. >>

9/19 7:30-11pm: the monthly brooklyn contra dance party moves to redhook’s waterfront museum barge with caller andrea nettleton and live music by big chaos band. coordination and partner not necessary, beginner’s lesson @ 7:30pm. $15 general, $12 students. >>

9/19 8-10:30pm (fridays thru 10/3): extended: lola star’s dreamland roller rink rises from the ashes at prospect park’s le frak center at lakeside with themed roller disco parties. tonight, the extended season continues with a pretty in pink/john hughes theme. $15 admission includes skate rental. >>

9/19-20: bam salutes the source hip-hop magazine with screenings of notorious, dave chappelle’s block party, and more ($14), plus free music shows by female emcees nitty scott, roxanne shanté and more. >>

sales, deals, freebies

1-7pm (+ 9/19, 22): the loacker italian wafer cookie company will be handing out free treats and swag around manhattan this week. today: the corner of 14th st. + union square west.. >>

2-6pm (thru 9/21): bogo starbucks: buy any fall drink (hot or spiced) at starbucks, get one free. >>

5-9pm: shop the night away in soho and get 25-30% off at 22 stores including calypso, scoop, vince, more. rsvp required. >>

thru 9/21: custom shirtmaker proper cloth hosts a sample sale with all shirts priced at $40 (reg. $100-250). mention ‘the beggar’ at checkout to get your first two for $20 each. 450 broadway (bet. grand + howard), 2nd floor. >>

stream new albums from leonard cohen, perfume genius, sondre lerche, mapei, and more on npr. >>

ticket deals

registration for the the new york city challenge obstacle race, including t-shirt and after party, 10/5 for $40 ($80 value). >>

get tickets to the better booze festival 9/20 at center548 in chelsea for $25-40 (reg. $70-85) with promo code ‘skintdrinkbetter’. note: ticket sales are in advance only, and end friday 9/19 at 11:59pm. none will be available at the door. >>

get free tickets to sleepy hollow musical at the players theatre in the village 9/21-10/25 (plus ticket fees, reg. $40-50). >>

go on a ghosts of new york walking tour for $10 (reg. $20). >>

get free tickets to the affordable art fair at the tunnel 9/26-29 (plus ticket fees, reg. $15). >>

take a cruise up the hudson to bear mountain to visit oktoberfest 9/27-10/26 for $28-45.50 (plus ticket fees, reg $40-65). >>

go on a fall foliage cruise up the hudson river with a stop at cold spring 9/20-11/16 for $17-45.50 (plus ticket fees, reg $40-65). >>

score 2-for-1 tickets to almost 50 shows during off-broadway week (9/29-10/12): avenue q, barceló con hielo, found, fuerza bruta – wayra, here lies love, lennon: through a glass onion, many more. >>

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WEDS, 9/17: 2-4-1 OFF-BROADWAY TICKETS, CENTRAL PERK POP-UP, ISABELLA ROSSELLINI, FOOD BOOKS

around town today

free art openings:
the new york times magazine photographs @ aperture (thru 11/1) >>
kathy ruttenberg: ‘fired ice: works from the ends of the earth’ @ stux gallery (thru 10/25) >>
17th annual international american society of botanical artists exhibition @ the horticultural society of new york (thru 11/26) >>

8am-8pm: (thru 10/18, mon-fri 8am-8pm, sat-sun 10am-8pm): a replica friends central perk pop-up coffee shop opens in soho to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the debut of the iconic sitcom with free coffee, photo ops, in-store performances, contests, special appearances by michael tyler (‘gunther’), and merchandise. 199 lafayette st. @ broome st. free admission. >>

5, 6, 7, 7:30pm (thru 9/22): leading up to sunday’s brooklyn book festival, ‘bookend events’ take place in bookstores, parks, theatres and more. tonight’s events include a literary scavenger hunt, a whiskey discussion and distillery tour, poetry talks, and more. free-$20. >>

6pm: gilligan’s island‘s dawn wells discusses her book, what would mary ann do?: a guide to life, at b+n tribeca. free. >>

6pm doors, 6:30pm show: there’ll be free samples and espresso at tonight’s book launch for little italy cheese, meat and wine shop owner lou dipalo’s di palo’s guide to the essential foods of italy. wnyc’s leonard lopate will introduce the evening. tenement museum, free. >>

6:30pm: lumi founder jesse genet leads a workshop on how to print images on fabric using sunlight. story, free (rsvp required). >>

6:30pm: science and environmental writer murray carpenter helps us understand the causes and effects of our cravings in his new book, caffeinated: how our daily habit helps, hurts and hooks us. nypl mid-manhattan, free. >>

6:30pm: historian cindy r. lobel talks about her book, urban appetites: food and culture in nineteenth-century new york. cuny’s graduate center, free. >>

6:30pm (+ 9/18 @ b+n union square): crime fiction writer james ellroy (l.a. confidential, the black dahlia) presents his new novel, perfidi, at the mysterious book shop. free. >>

7pm: cringe and laugh at the sh*t rough emails read aloud by author paul laudiero and friends ben jurney (mcsweeney’s, the new yorker), andy ross (‘real characters’ host), dan wilbur (how not to read, ‘two book minimum’ host), and jo firestone (‘punderdome 3000′ host). housing works, free. >>

7:30, 9:45pm: actress isabella rossellini will do a q+a following the 7:30pm screening of her father roberto’s rome open city (1945), and will introduce the 9:45pm show. film forum, $13. >>

8pm: the weekly trashy car/motorcycle flick series cine meccanica screens the best bar in america (2013). free popcorn, $2 bingo for prizes, food available for purchase. lady jay’s, free. >>

8pm doors, 8:30pm show: folks relive their most embarrassing sexual experiences at natalie wall’s ‘awkward sex… and the city’ storytelling show. tonight’s show features matt koff (the daily show, ‘pacific standup’ co-host), brooke van poppelen (john oliver, ‘dive comedy’ co-host), subhah agarwal, jordan carlos (broad city, guy code), and sexy raffles from shag. littlefield, $10. >>

8pm doors, 9pm show: slow club, nick mulvey, and margaret glaspy play bowery ballroom. $18. >>

8pm doors, 9pm show: bear in heaven, young magic, and wife play mhow. $17. >>

8:30pm doors: dinowalrus, tony castles, arms, and fasano play glasslands. $10. >>

9:30pm: lia ices and my body play mercury lounge. $12. >>

10pm: cold war and the point play cameo. $8. >>

10:30pm: hosts malwina andruczyk and john mahone give live commentary over degrassi episodes at adelina’s (greenpoint). free. >>

thru 9/20: the mini brooklyn international performance art festival features a women’s health workshop, plus performances by blipvert, antibody corporation, and wild torus. jack, free-$10. >>

thru 9/27: the third annual queer new york international arts festival brings 10 performances to abrons arts center. free ($10-15 suggested donation). >>

thru 9/28: climate week nyc is 9/22-28, but there are tons of talks, exhibits, performances, meetings, and more scheduled leading up to and including then. many free. >>

thru 9/30: musician nick cave is profiled in filmmakers/visual artists iain forsyth and jane pollard’s fusion of drama and documentary, 20,000 days on earth. forsyth and pollard will be at select screenings 9/19-21. film forum, $13. >>

check our website for ongoing events. >>

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9/18 4pm (thursdays thru 9/25): human chess! soldiers’ + riverside park’s sailors’ monument plaza (riverside drive + w. 89th st.). >>

9/18 4-7pm (+ 9/25): free rowing shoves off at prospect park lake. >>

9/18 5-9pm: shop the night away in soho and get 25-30% off at 22 stores including calypso, scoop, vince, more. rsvp required. >>

9/18 6pm (+ soho 9/20 @ 2pm): here’s the fire: fdny firefighters sign the fdny 2015 calendar of heroes, which includes a woman for the first time ever. sales benefit the fdny foundation. bloomingdale’s (third ave @ 59th st., second floor). >>

9/18 6-8pm: see and hear what nyc used to be like when copies of east village eye magazine (1979-1987) will be available for sale and a panel including rapper fab 5 freddy discuss ‘how hip hop came downtown’. printed matter, free admission. >>

9/18 7pm: photographer josh cheuse shares iconic images of the beastie boys, the clash, and more from his upcoming exhibition at the morrison hotel gallery. apple soho, free (rsvp required) >>

9/18 7pm: fashion designer isaac mizrahi talks with bergdorf personal shopper of 30 years betty halbreich (subject of the doc. scatter my ashes at bergdorf’s) to discuss her new memoir, i’ll drink to that: a life in style, with a twist. b+n 86th + lexington, free. >>

9/18 7pm: crime fiction writer james ellroy (l.a. confidential, the black dahlia) presents his new novel, perfidi, at b+n union square. free. >>

9/18 7pm: patents 101: patent attorney andy berks learns us on how to protect your ideas for fun and profit at genspace. $5 suggested donation. >>

9/18 7pm (+ 9/25): bow tie cinemas screens clueless (1995) as part of its ‘chelsea classics’ series. $8. >>

9/18 7, 9:30pm: rule of 7×7: 7 playwrights present new 10-minute plays that follow the same set of 7 rules. the tank, $9 adv, $12 door admission includes a beer. >>

9/18 7:15pm doors, 8pm show: literary death match! four writers read their own work for seven minutes or less to a panel of sarcastic, comedy-loving judges. tonight’s judges: janeane garofalo, carrie coon (the leftovers), and nick flynn (another bullsh*t night in suck city); and readers: joshua ferris (to rise again at a decent hour), julie klam (you had me at woof), rivka galchen (american innovations), and bill scheft (letterman). hosted by adrian todd zuniga. symphony space, $15. >>

9/18 8pm: 12 male bartenders compete for the title of ‘stoli guy 2014′ and $10,000 at tonight’s gaycities sponsored event. bonus: free cocktails. space ibiza ny (637 w. 50th st.), free admission (rsvp required). >>

9/18 10pm: the talk show series presents: the kevin corrigan show with guests amy schumer (inside amy schumer), taran killam (snl), michael che (snl, the daily show), and anthony cumia (the opie and anthony show). new location: union hall, $5. >>

9/18-21: film festivals!
greenpoint film festival >>
williamsburg international film festival (willifest) >>
i imagine film festival (9/20-21 only) >>

9/18-22 the seventh annual eugene mirman comedy festival takes over the bell house and union hall for five days with guests including ira glass, jessi klein, wyatt cenac, h. jon benjamin, sara vowell, neil degrasse tyson, robyn hitchcock, and many more. $10-35.

9/18-28: shipping containers are transformed into 50 temporary photo exhibition spaces for the annual photoville art event that includes talks, workshops, nighttime projections, a smorgasburg-curated food + beer garden, and more. brooklyn bridge park’s pier 5. free admission. >>

9/18-11/23: the world’s largest solo theatre festival, the annual united solo theatre festival, returns to nyc’s theatre district with 130 one-person shows from 6 continents. theatre row, $19.25. >>

9/18-1/31: sesame street lovers of all ages will find something to love at the new york public library for the performing arts exhibition, ‘somebody come and play’, where 250+ items including 20 muppets, models, set designs, original sketches, storyboards, and more will be on display. free admission. >>

sales, deals, freebies

score 2-for-1 tickets to almost 50 shows during off-broadway week (9/29-10/12): avenue q, barceló con hielo, found, fuerza bruta – wayra, here lies love, lennon: through a glass onion, many more. >>

12-6pm (thru 9/19): the loacker italian wafer cookie company will be handing out free treats and swag around manhattan this week. today: mulberry st. at the feast of san gennaro. >>

thru 9/21:  custom shirtmaker proper cloth hosts a sample sale with all shirts priced at $40 (reg. $100-250). mention ‘the beggar’ at checkout to get your first two for $20 each. 450 broadway (bet. grand + howard), 2nd floor. >>

ticket deals

sponsored: get tickets to the better booze festival 9/20 at center548 for $25-40 (reg. $70-85) with promo code ‘skintdrinkbetter’. note: ticket sales are in advance only, and end friday 9/19 at 11:59pm. none will be available at the door. >>

get free tickets to sleepy hollow musical at the players theatre in the village 9/21-10/25 (plus ticket fees, reg. $40-50). >>

go on a ghosts of new york walking tour for $10 (reg. $20) >>

get free tickets to the affordable art fair at the tunnel 9/26-29 (plus ticket fees, reg. $15). >>

get free tickets to the dwell magazine on design event 10/11 at 82 mercer (plus ticket fees, reg. $35). >>

take a cruise up the hudson to bear mountain to visit oktoberfest 9/27-10/26 for $28-45.50 (plus ticket fees, reg $40-65). >>

go on a fall foliage cruise up the hudson river with a stop at cold spring 9/20-11/16 for $17-45.50 (plus ticket fees, reg $40-65). >>

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BETTER BOOZE FESTIVAL: DISCOUNT TICKETS FOR

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The Better Booze Festival comes to New York City on September 20, 2014 at Center548 with craft beer, booze, food, gluten-free selections, games and guest speakers.
And we have a discount offer just for skint subscribers!

Not your typical run-of-the-mill alcohol event, this one is “BETTER”! What makes it better? All beer, wine, and liquor at the event is 100% vegetarian and vegan! And yes, you’ll be shocked to learn what is in some of the other alcohol you are consuming! Two floors of tastings from a variety of brewery, winery, and liquor company brands, a selection of delectable food vendors, as well as speakers, classes, activities and entertainment throughout each session.

The Better Booze Festival will showcase alcohol of all kinds that qualifies as vegan (no animal products are used in the making beverage) along with their delicious food pairings that you won’t believe are vegan! Not just for vegans and vegetarians, the Festival caters to the “Conscientious Drinker” who wants to make informed decisions about what they are putting in their bodies. 

A portion of the proceeds from the Better Booze Festival will be benefiting Animal Aid USA.

Schedule and skint pricing ($45 off!):
12-1pm VIP Singles Brunch: $40 (reg. $85)

1-4pm 1st Tasting Session: $25 (reg. $70)

6-9pm 2nd Tasting Session: $25 (reg. $70)

About the VIP Singles Brunch:
With catered vegan eats from Great Performances and Champs and special drinks like The Murph’s Famous Bloody Mary, Balls Vodka and Dorothy Parker Gin, this VIP hour before the 1st session is a social, scrumptious mingle! A VIP Singles Brunch ticket also includes the 1st Tasting Session.

BETTER BOOZE FESTIVAL
Saturday, 9/20 12-9pm
Center548
548 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10011
$45 off tickets here with promo code SkintDrinkBetter
(Note: Ticket sales for this event are in advance only. None will be available at the door. Ticket sales end Friday, 9/19 at 11:59pm.)

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