Embrace the warmer weather with some bird watching and end the weekend with some vaudeville.
La Gauloise offers classic French fare including frogs legs, escargot and bone marrow, the owner said.
Wooden Sleepers, at 416 Van Brunt St., sells military vintage and traditional American styles.
Brooklyn Eats is set to open in Clinton Hill on Nov. 13 serving comfort food classics.
Nick Vivid fixes vintage boomboxes in his Orchard Street studio and repair shop.
Harold and Maude Vintage, inspired by one of the owners' favorite films, offers pre-1990s clothing.
Miss Master's Closet will give away free clothes as part of an "adult Easter egg hunt."
The Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show was held at Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.
Vehicles by Rolls Royce, Aston-Martin, Ferrari and Bugatti will be up for sale.
Street Chic has highlights from the Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show for fall 2013.
The family-owned antique and vintage shop Vianova has relocated to a second-floor apartment.
The neighborhood around New York University can be daunting. We help you explore it.
The Red Hook bar has launched a weekly tiki menu with classic and original tropical cocktails.
The Bed-Stuy Pop Up Shop is moving to Tompkins Avenue on July 3.
The cafe, owned by a woman who calls herself "SuperFrench," also sells vintage furniture.
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