The Daily Shortlist March 20
Hosted by Neal O’ Fortune and Miss Clams Casino, they revive the old game show “What’s My Line?” See a panel of NYC nightlife celebs wear blindfolds and guess the identities of other celebs and regular folk. Though small, Himalayan Café offers amazing food from the areas of Nepal and Tibet. Think Indian mixed with Asian. The momo’s, AKA dumplings ($6.50), are served pan-fried or steamed, while the bocha, the traditional Tibetan tea ($1) is made with butter, salt, and milk. Though it’s not for everyone, it’s worth trying, at least once. Not only can you see local bands and secret shows downstairs, but at Club Midway, the drinks are cheap and the DJs are excellent. When many think of a sex shop, they picture dirty old men looking at porn, but Babeland is a women-friendly sex shop, where the people working there are knowledgeable, and the atmosphere is fun.