The Daily Shortlist September 14

Location: Midtown West, NYC
Band: Slash Get Tickets Here
Show time: 8 PM
Venue: Terminal 5
Food: Empanada Mama
Drink: Xai Xai
Miscellaneous: Vintage

Guitar Hero and Guitar God, Slash has a self-titled album out that’s hot and heavy metal featuring plenty of his friends, who just happen to be Ozzy Osbourne, Chris Cornell, Fergie, and more. Though small, Empanada Mama packs a hefty punch with more than 40 kinds of empanadas. Choose from a wheat or corn flour shell to start as ingredients include basic rice and beans to what they have dubbed “Viagra,” a wheat flour empanada stuffed with shrimp, scallop, and crab ($3). For drinks, I’d recommend the wine bar Xai Xai. With a South African theme, this darkly designed spot is great for a date as well as for before or after event drinks. The wines are incredible and they even have fondue! An alternative wine bar, Vintage has a wine list with over 200 wines by the glass or bottle from most of the boutique wineries in Long Island and Upstate New York.

Location: West Village, NYC
Band: Galeet Dardashti
Show time: 8 PM
Venue: (le) poisson rouge
Food: Blue Ribbon Downing Street Bar
Drink: Village Tavern
Miscellaneous: Bleeker Bob’s

She was recently named one of today’s most innovative Jewish musicians, so catch Galeet Dardashti, who will be celebrating the release of her new album, The Naming. For an eclectic menu that mixes upscale and down-home food, Blue Ribbon Downing Street Bar, a wine bar and restaurant, offers lighter fare including foie gras, cheese plates, caviar, and steak tartare. The Village Tavern is a really comfortable neighborhood bar that’s great for catching sports games or just chilling for a drink, which is what I prefer to do when I’m in the vicinity. Also in the area is Bleeker Bob’s . It’s one of the oldest independent record stores in NYC and the selection is deep. The place looks a mess, but the staff is surprisingly friendly and extremely knowledgeable about what they have.

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