Taste of Times Square
Times Square (46th Street from Broadway to Tenth Avenue)
Monday, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Check out the goods from over 50 Times Square–area restaurants at this walk-around tasting. This year’s new participating eateries include Hunt and Fish Club and Izi. There will also be a beer garden and dance area for diners to take a break between bites. Admission is free, but you’ll have to use “Taste Tickets” to sample dishes from various establishments. Dishes will cost between two and six tickets, which are $1 each. You can purchase tickets at the event or reserve them in advance here.
Pinxto Pote Happy Hour
Donostia (155 Avenue B)
Monday through Friday, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Donostia is offering a two-for-one special on classic Basque bites as part of their new summer happy hour. The menu includes an assortment of small sandwiches, a variety of meats (like chorizo!), and seafood. Drink specials on select sangrias, wines, sherries, and beer will also be available during Donostia’s happy hour.
Monday Movie Nights
Haven Rooftop at Sanctuary Hotel (132 West 47 Street)
Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Haven Rooftop will offer free movie screenings throughout the summer, beginning with Forgetting Sarah Marshall this week. Guest can catch Haven’s screenings — which will also include the Rio 2106 Summer Olympics — every Monday from June through August. For $30, guests can also grab two signature cocktails and truffle fries to share.
Two-for-One Burritos for Nurse Appreciation Day
All Chipotle locations
Wednesday, 3 p.m. until close
Chipotle is paying tribute to nurses with a buy-one-get-one-free offer valid for all nurses who present an ID or license. The offer is valid for any burrito, burrito bowl, salad, or tacos from 3 p.m. until close.
Arthur Avenue: Small Town Charm, Big City Appetite
Arthur Avenue Floral (615 East 187th Street — Second Floor, Bronx)
Thursday, 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Learn all about Italian food and heritage within Bronx’s Belmont neighborhood at this panel discussion, which features tastings from a selection Arthur Avenue establishments. Presented in partnership with MOFAD, the discussion will be moderated by Manhattan College’s Dr. Rocco Marinaccio and the Bronx County Historical Society’s Angel Hernandez. Tickets are $16 for general admission.