Weekend Roundup: Eggslut Pop-Up, The New York Auto Show and Brooklyn Brewery’s Beer Mansion


Your breakfast sandwich just got a hell of an upgrade. LA’s favorite egg spot, Eggslut, just started its three-month residency in Soho. The pop-up is located at the newly minted fast-casual Chefs Club Counter on 62 Spring Street, where you can score a taste of some of the best eats making an impact on the food scene. Egglust will be offering a New York exclusive: brioche bun, smoked salmon, house-made fromage blanc dressing, Havarti cheese, and a sunny-side-up egg – so get your Boomerang ready for that yolk shot. Open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.


Gather around, auto enthusiasts! The New York Auto Show is taking Manhattan by storm starting April 14 through April 23. Fanatics and amateurs alike will enjoy getting a first look at the most raved about vehicles, from makers like Rolls-Royce, Maserati, Bugatti, Bentley, Lamborghini and many more. This is the largest attended auto show in America, and brands bring their best game: from jaw-dropping concept cars to long-awaited new production.

Tickets on sale here.


For the first time ever this April, Brooklyn Brewery will be debuting Beer Mansion, a high-spirited, multi-room interactive celebration of beer, food, music and community kicking off on April 21st and 22nd (6-10pm) in East Williamsburg at The Monto & The Well. For $55, you’ll get access to unlimited beer tastings while exploring five different tasting rooms, curated by theme:

  • Tart of the Tropics: Sour ales, crisp pilsners and citrus-forward IPAs
  • The Forest: Hoppy lagers, American brown ales and black IPAs
  • The Darkness: Porters, stouts and Oktoberfests
  • The Stoop: Kolschs, pilsners, blondes and table beers

Chef Andrew Gerson will be preparing signature bites, and some of the city’s best local vendors (hello, Roberta’s!) will be offering food for purchase. Guests will also enjoy live music by local bands, a Bloody Mary bar by McClure’s Pickles, and Garden of Eatin’ will be setting up a tortilla chip-sampling wall. Yes, WALL.

Click here to purchase tickets.