Marking the 30th Anniversary of Peter Sellers death, David Boyle stars in Being Sellers, bringing to life many of Sellers best known characters in Carl Caulfieldâ€™s comedy that attempts to unmask this tortured comic genius. If youâ€™ve got a craving for barbeque, check out Brother Jimmyâ€™s Bait Shack as the ribs, chicken, beef, and pork are all smothered in some amazing BBQ sauce. BB&R, which stands for Blonde, Brunette, and a Redhead is the brainchild of three best friends. What theyâ€™ve created is something between a neighborhood bar and a lounge with leather seats in the front and a pool table, photo booth, and video games in the back. Looking more like it came out of Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Dylan’s Candy Bar is a colorful place to get lollipops, licorice, and all things sugary. Donâ€™t go crazy though, or your sweet tooth might melt here!
Check out Huzzah! for a night of indie, hip hop, rock, new wave, no wave (whatever wave) spun by resident DJ Victoria Tsigonis and special guest DJ’s KEEPAWAY (www.myspace.com/keepaway) & Nick Gazin. Photos will be taken by your co-host Laura June Kirsch, founder of the world renowned ZackMorrisCellPhone.com. For food with southern flair in Union Square, Chat â€˜Nâ€™ Chew makes some kickass fried chicken, pork-chops, and meatloaf. In the running for oldest bar in NYC, Peteâ€™s Tavern has been around since 1864 and was made famous by author O. Henry who wrote â€œGift of the Magi,â€ in one of its booths. One good thing about the Union Square location of Whole Foods is that itâ€™s not only a reprieve from this tourist heavy area, but with itâ€™s huge windows, you can sit, get healthy organic food and drink, and watch the insanity like itâ€™s a movie.