THE FRIDAY TOP 5 {04.03.15}

A Basquiat exhibit in Brooklyn, cherry blossoms, the first cider bar in New York City, some American gastronomy and a little yoga class on top of everything; that’s we have planned this weekend, what about you?

 

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Basquiat: The Unknown notebooks

Brooklyn Museum – 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 

Jean-Michel Basquiat is known worldwide for his sketches, particularly this little crown. The exhibit features rarely seen notebooks the artist filled with poetry, sketches and personal observations on themes like race, class and world history.

 

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Cherry Blossom Season

Brooklyn Botanical Garden – 150 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn

If you want to feel like you’re in Japan without the hours of flight, this is what you need. The Brooklyn Botanical Garden just opened the Cherry Blossom Season. An interactive map on their website tells you which trees you should look for!

 

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Y7 Studio

25 W 23rd St., Manhattan

You may have heard of “the fitness studio that combines Drake and Yoga” in Brooklyn… Well guess what? They’re opening a brand new location in the Flatiron district. “A tribe called sweat” that lasts 60 minutes and puts you in the peaceful place you were looking for.

 

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Wassail

162 Orchard St., Manhattan

New York City welcomed its first cider bar in the East Village! Not only they serve over 50 different kinds of cider from all around the world (France, West coast, Spain, …), they also give you a chance to pair your glass with one of their amazing appetizers.

 

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Willow

506 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn

Willow based its cooking on farm market products only. The wanted to create a place for everyone (families, young people and after workers) and gave the restaurant a simple Brooklyn look.

 

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{Images: NowyourcoolBrooklyn Museum, Morgue File, Facebook/Y7 Studio, Facebook/Wassail, Instagram/WillomNYC}

 

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