Restaurant and bar openings and events in NYC

Peruse Time Out's list of the best food and drinking events in New York City this week.

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NoMad Upstairs

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  • Critics choice

Two weeks ago, Will Guidara and Daniel Humm—the young guns behind Eleven Madison Park and the NoMad—launched this classy jazz series evoking old-school New York. Sink into leather couches and listen to live bands, such as Grammy nominee Stacie Orrico, through Feb13. Butter-dipped radishes and

  1. The NoMad Hotel 1170 Broadway, at 28th St, 10001
  2. Thu Dec 18 - Fri Dec 19
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Hot Chocolate Festival

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Regress to childhood with skillfully concocted mugs of hot chocolate courtesy of this downtown canteen. Owner-mastermind Maury Rubin will serve a different flavor of his intoxicating cocoa every day during February. The lineup won’t be announced until late January but previous year’s highlights

  1. City Bakery 3 W 18th St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves, 10003
  2. Sun Feb 1 - Sat Feb 28
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Nathan's Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest

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  • Free

Frankfurter fanatics will again chow down against the clock at this annual Coney Island eating competition. Top speed eaters from this year’s preliminaries, held in 12 cities nationwide, will battle to see who can eat the most buns and dogs in ten minutes at the ESPN-televised finals. Preshow

  1. Nathan's Famous 1310 Surf Ave, at Stillwell Ave, 11224
  2. Sat Jul 4
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Tuesday's must-see concerts

David Murray Cuban Ensemble at BirdlandThe ever-eclectic tenor star heads up his latest blockbuster project, a midsize group inspired by Nat King Cole's Spanish songs. Check out Andrew Friscano's rave review of the Cuban Ensemble's set at this past weekend's Winter Jazzfest. Falu at Joe's Pub at

Where to celebrate Burns Nights

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Scotland's national poet, Robert "Rabbie" Burns, turns 253 this month, and there's no better way to celebrate the legendary bard than with an evening of whiskey, bagpipes and Scottish grub. Here are three spots that'll be rolling out the tartans in honor of Burns Night (officially tomorrow, but

Photos: Super Bowl party, Patriots edition

Any sports fans who are rooting on their squad in enemy territory know the potential hazards of supporting the home team's opponent. On Sunday, devoted New England fans (and a few instigators in Giants paraphernalia) gathered at Professor Thom's, a slice of Beantown in the East Village. A crowd of

Your $30 Saturday: East Village

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Get ready for some inexpensive weirdness! the Merchant's House Museum currently has an exhibition about the oddest Victorian fad we've yet come across: postmortem photography. That's photography of newly dead corpses placed in poses to appear lifelike; you know, for those times when a Banksy print

Your $30 Saturday: Sunset Park

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Your $30 Saturday starts in Sunset Park. Go for a ramble through the beautiful green space, making sure you check out the first-class views of the Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty. Also worth a gander: the September 11 Living Memorial, a grove of 45 trees planted in an oval. At 4pm head to

Your $30 Saturday: Hell's Kitchen

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Your $30 Saturday starts the way we wish every day could start: with cupcakes. In particular, buttercream-icing cupcakes ($2.50) and a La Colombe coffee ($1.50) from The Cupcake Caf. Now that you're ready to face anything, bundle up in your warmest clothes and hit the Hell's Kitchen Flea Market for

Bastille Day celebrations in NYC

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  • Free

Bastille Day on 60th StWend your way down 60th Street for a celebration of French food and culture. Stalls from the likes of Franois Payard and Bistro Chat Noir will feature sweet and savory selections, like coffee clairs ($4) and baguettes filled with grilled beefsteak and tarragon mustard aioli

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