pencil it in: stuff to keep on your radar

November 8: Who Said You Couldn’t Have Desert for Breakfast?

Take advantage of the rare opportunity to have pie for breakfast at the Whitney Museum of American Art during a farm-to-table breakfast and pie-making demonstration led by pie makers extraordinaire Four & Twenty Blackbirds. Tickets ($35 per person) include a full family-style breakfast, pie-making lesson, and ingredients. Untitled at the Whitney Museum, 10AM- 12PM, 945 Madison Avenue

November 10- 13: Documentary Filmmaking at its Finest

This festival of international documentary filmmaking takes its name from famed anthropologist Margaret Mead, a longtime curator at the American Museum of Natural History. It features a wide range of films that use the medium as Mead herself did—to explore the potential for cross-cultural exploration and dialogue. More than 40 outstanding works will be screened, along with a special Mead retrospective that is being included as part of the anniversary programming. For more information click here. American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street

November 12: Zombies Rule the World

The Underground Rebel Bingo Club brings their infamous party to NYC. The debaucherous take on the game your grandmother plays includes free flowing booze, loud music, body drawing and prizes in this revved up version. Tickets to the event start at $5 and increase closer to the date. The specific location is secret but an email to all those attending will be sent out close the the game. Get ready to party like it’s the end of the world. Date, time and location TBD

nicole @ may’s NYC rebel bingo party

November 12: Holiday Drinking Starts Early

The Holiday Spirits Bazaar returns to the Astor Center for their annual open bar event. The $45 ticket get you an open bar of specialty cocktails, snacks and tunes spun by DJ Kimiko. Full event info and ticket purchases can be made here. Cheers! 7:30- 10PM, Astor Center, 399 Lafayette Street

November 12: Booze and Tattoos

The Wooster Street Social Club is hosting an open-bar party to kick off the new Steampunk Art Show. The show seeks to link neo-Victorian visions with mainstream reality TV & tattoo culture by quite literally combining the three into a live, on-the-spot, steampunk ink-job on some girl’s whole back that’ll be filmed by NY Ink. Refreshments will be provided by Bulldog Gin as well as ample Spanish wines and beer. Tasty treats by Baked By Melissa will also make the rounds. Purchase your $23 VIP ticket through Thrillist Rewards. Wooster Street Social Club, 43 Wooster Street, 7- 11PM

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