These days, the weather is all, “Let’s get super weird!” And you know what? We’re down with that. March may be bright and sunny or snow-filled (or, likely, both), but we know one thing: We’re coming out of hibernation, and getting weird at these NYC events.
March 1: Comedians You Should Know @ Gutter Bowling Alley
Local names who are about to make it big.
200 N. 14th St., Brooklyn
March 1: Whisky Live at Pier Sixty
Looking to make date night a little more exciting with over 300 bourbons, whiskies and scotches to try? Why not? It’s a Wednesday, and you deserve to celebrate the end of February.
Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers
March 1: David Duchovny On Tour
Actor, writer, and all around bad boy is also a musician. Who knew? Check him out at the Gramercy theatre.
March 2: Woke AF Night @ UCB
The legendary UCB Theater hosts this night of political comedy.
153 E. 3rd St.
March 4 (and all March Saturdays): Saturday Evenings @ The Met
Sneak peaks and evening tours. What a sophisticated way to spend your Saturday!
March 12: NYC Food Truck Fest
Never been up to the Grand Bazaar market on W. 77th St.? This year-round outdoor market brings artisans, food vendors, and craftsman to the streets with proceeds going to our public school system. This is one of their largest food events, bringing in some of the best food trucks in and around NYC.
100 W. 77th St.
March 12: 1st Annual Oddities Flea Market
If you’re into bizarre ephemera, this one’s for you, kid.
150 Greenpoint Ave.
March 17: St. Patrick’s Day
Beware! Or: Revel in the all-day parade and festivities around the city.
March 27: Brunchcon
Yep, you read that right. It’s like the Comicon of brunching. Overindulge, Brunchers!
Grand Prospect Hall
Our March Theater Picks
Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close
Glenn Close won a Tony the first go around starring in Sunset Boulevard 22 years ago. After a recent stint in London, they’re bringing it back to NYC. That is one heck of an encore, if you ask us.
1564 Broadway (47TH & Broaday)
War Paint with Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone
If you’re not already part of the Patti LuPone fan cult, you should probably consider joining.
208 W. 41st St.
Hello, Dolly with Bette Midler
LEGEND is all we have to say.
225 W. 44th St.
The Present with Cate Blanchett
We’d pretty much take any opportunity to see Cate on Broadway, and we’ve heard this is not to be missed.
243 W. 47th St.
The Price with Mark Ruffalo and Danny DeVito
Arthur Miller’s play starring our favorite political activist? In.
American Airlines Theater
227 W. 42nd St.