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7 Things to Do in NYC This Weekend

Get a head start on St. Patrick's Day and visit a burger pop-up you won't want to miss
What to Do in NYC This Weekend March 9 to 11
Photo: Jonathan Grado via Flickr

Daylight saving means you'll be losing an hour of sleep this weekend, but that's no excuse to skip out on a night of more than 50 types of mezcal or stand in line for a pop-up that's bringing together two legendary burgers.

All Weekend

The Burger Show Pop Up

In honor of its new web series, First We Feast along with Eggslut founder Alvin Cailan are hosting an event at The Nolitan Hotel where burgers are topped with as many forms of truffle as possible, rolled into a five-patty burrito, or come as a Shake Shack and In-N-Out mash-up called the Shake & Out Burger.

Coffee & Tea Festival

Skip your usual morning routine and head instead to the Brooklyn Expo Center, where you'll have hundreds of chances to get your caffeine fix, thanks to 75-plus vendors from around the world. 

Saturday, March 10

Dumbo Food Tour

Join this tour of Brooklyn's waterfront neighborhood for a taste of the borough that includes stops at French bakeries and other culinary points of interest.

Winter Wine Fest

Sip more than 100 wines curated from around the world and snack on canapés against the backdrop of live jazz at Times Square's PlayStation Theater. Premium ticket holders get access to the "indoor vineyard" an hour before everybody else. 

Sunday, March 11

St. Joseph's Day Bread Making Workshop

La Festa di San Giuseppe is one of Sicily's most important holidays, and to celebrate, Archestratus Books & Foods in Greenpoint is showing you how to bake traditional intricately decorated loaves of bread.

FarePlate

Get a head start on St. Patrick's Day at this celebration where more than 20 vendors are sharing the best of Irish cuisine—including plenty of whiskey.

Mezcal Night at Salvation Taco

Dive deeper into the smoky spirit with an evening featuring more than 50 different mezcals, along with seminars on how to best pair them with your meal.

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