• Let's meet at Sticky Rice / Pyramid Club

    Sticky Rice

    Let's meet at 9 pm at Sticky Rice. Here is the menu: https://www.stickyriceles.com/menu Pyramid Club is 15 minutes away on foot. We'll head over around 10:30 pm. The cover is usually $8.00. Be sure to bring ID! More info here: http://www.thepyramidclub.com/ Join us!

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  • Let's go to John's Of 12th St / Sing Sing Karaoke

    John of 12th Street

    Let's have dinner at John's Of 12th Street! Menu here: https://www.johnsof12thstreet.com/ Sing Sing Karaoke (9 St Marks Place) is 10 minutes away on foot. We usually rent a room for 2 hours. The rate is $9 per person, per hour, excluding tax, tip and drinks. More info here: http://www.karaokesingsing.com/ Be sure to bring ID.... Join us!

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  • Let's meet at Speedy Romeo / The Delancey

    Speedy Romeo

    Let's have dinner at Speedy Romeo! Here's the menu: http://www.speedyromeo.com/location/lower-east-side/ ...It's a 5-minute walk from The Delancey (168 Delancey Street). The upstairs space has no cover, and plays Top 40: http://thedelancey.com/ See you there!

  • Let's meet at Trattoria Spaghetto / Gonzalez Y Gonzalez

    Trattoria Spaghetto

    Let's meet at 9 pm at Trattoria Spaghetto. Here is the menu: https://www.trattoriaspaghettonyc.com/menu/dinner/ Gonzalez Y Gonzalez is a 10-minute walk from the restaurant. We'll head over around 10:30 pm. The cover is $10.00; there is another cover for $20.00 which includes 2 drinks. More info here: http://gygnyc.com/ Hope to see you there!

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  • Lets go to Sidewalk Cafe / Pyramid Club

    Sidewalk Cafe

    Let's have dinner at Sidewalk Cafe and then dance at Pyramid Club. (It's across the street with an $8 cover.) Sidewalk Menu here: http://www.sidewalkny.com/menus/daily-menu/ More info about Pyramid here: https://thepyramidclub.com/ Hope you can join us!

  • Let's meet at Via Della Pace / Sing Sing

    Via della Pace

    Let's meet for dinner and karaoke! Via Della Pace is a 5-minute walk from Sing Sing (9 St. Marks Place). Here's the menu: http://viadellapacenyc.com/?page_id=40 Regarding karaoke: we usually reserve a room. It's $9 per hour per person, excluding tax, tip and drinks. We usually stay 2 hours. More info here: http://www.karaokesingsing.com/ Hope to see you there!

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  • Let's go to Da Andrea's / Gonzalez Y Gonzalez

    Let's have dinner at Da Andrea (35 West 13th Street). Menu here: https://www.daandreanyc.com/-menu We'll go to Gonzalez Y Gonzalez afterward (192 Mercer Street). The salsa band starts at 11:30 pm. Cover is $10.00. More info here: http://gygnyc.com/events/ Hope to see you there!

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  • Let's go to John's Of 12th St / Sing Sing Karaoke

    John of 12th Street

    Let's have dinner at John's Of 12th Street! Menu here: https://www.johnsof12thstreet.com/ Sing Sing Karaoke (9 St Marks Place) is 10 minutes away on foot. We usually rent a room for 2 hours. The rate is $9 per person, per hour, excluding tax, tip and drinks. More info here: http://www.karaokesingsing.com/ Be sure to bring ID.... Join us!

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  • Let's go to Mexico Lindo / Pyramid Club

    Mexico Lindo

    Let's have dinner at Mexico Lindo! Menu here: https://www.mexicolindonyc.com/ Pyramid Club (101 Avenue A) is 20 minutes away on foot. More info here: http://www.thepyramidclub.com/ Join us!

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  • Let's read Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life, by Ruth Franklin

    Ruth Franklin's biography establishes Shirley Jackson as a towering figure in American literature and revives the life and work of a neglected master. Still known to millions primarily as the author of "The Lottery," Jackson [masked]) has been curiously absent from the mainstream American literary canon. A genius of literary suspense and psychological horror, Jackson plumbed the cultural anxiety of post-war American more deeply than most writers of her time. Now, biographer Ruth Franklin reveals the tumultuous life of the author of such classics as The Haunting of Hill House and We Have Always Lived in the the Castle. Winner of: the National Book Critics Circle Award, Biography; Edgar Award, Critical / Biographical works; and Bram Stoker Award, Non-Fiction.