The Harlem glam trotters.
The Roaring Twenties
What: Flash back in a four-story Soho townhouse bustling with cigarette girls, flapper tappers, casino dwellers, and Michael Arenella’s Dreamland jazz band.
Why: A Maraya torpedo cigar and Bootlegger 21 cocktail are ideal accessories for that vintage photo booth.
When: Sat., 9 p.m.
Where: 76 Wooster St., b/t Broome & Spring Sts. Tickets ($25) online at cottonclub.eventbee.com.
What: Dapper online shopkeep Matt Fox brings his finest spring styles to menswear staple Onassis.
Why: Bow ties, pocket squares, suspenders, and sock garters are just what your fella needs for Saturday night’s aforementioned Jazz Age affair.
When: Fri., 6-8 p.m.; Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 71 Greene St., b/t Broome & Spring Sts. (212-966-8869).
Death of Print Installation
What: A bookshelf of small-run, artsy zines that illustrate how nice it is to forgo digital communication for old-fashioned paper (just don’t get too comfortable).
Why: Neighboring racks hung with indie designs (Ann Yee, Samantha Pleet) will help you manifest a physical representation of your new cultured mental state.
When: Thru June 3. Mon.-Sat., noon-8 p.m.; Sun., noon-7 p.m.
Where: End of Century, 175 Rivington St., b/t Attorney & Clinton Sts. (646-602-9556).
Chozen Ice Cream
What: Not-quite-kosher-for-Passover flavors coconut macaroon, apples and honey, and chocolate gelt taste like cold, creamy salvation.
Why: We recommend stocking your freezer with matzoh crunch (vanilla layered with caramel- and bittersweet chocolate-coated bites).
When: Ben & Jerry seem uninspired.
Where: Find stores online at chozen.com.
Mary Meyer + In God We Trust Pop-Up
What: Slip into spring/summer threads inspired by playground mysteries and boardwalk cruises (IGWT) and “postapocalyptic beachy hippie punks” (Meyer).
Why: Free booze, discounts, giveaways, and more.
When: Sat., noon-8 p.m.
Where: 70 Greenpoint Ave., b/t Franklin & West Sts., Greenpoint (718-389-3545).
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