B&B Winepub Barbecue Kits
What: Chef Josh Capon bundles meaty spreads ($28-$62) — sausages, chicken drumettes, sirloin steaks — with cooking instructions and serving suggestions.
Why: Impress the seersucker off summer sharers when you show up with two New Zealand racks of lamb marinated in fresh rosemary and garlic with Dijon barbecue sauce on the side. (Everything is packed frozen to survive planes, trains, and automobiles.)
When: You’re ready to light the coals. Just give 48 hours’ notice.
Where: 25 W. Houston St., b/t Mercer & Greene Sts. To order, call 212-334-7320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WillTKO Boot Camp
What: Our favorite hunk of a trainer hosts a preview of his four-week ass-kicking program at Pier 46 just for DailyCandy readers.
Why: Thirty minutes on the elliptical with gossip rags gets old.
When: Preview, Sat., 10 a.m. Boot camp, Tues.-Aug. 2.
Where: Meet at WillSpace, 254 W. 10th St., at Hudson St., ste. b (212-929-1800). Sign up for the long haul ($345) at willspace.com. Sign up for the preview at willspace.com/daily-candy.
What: Gather five pals for a shellfish frenzy of lobster, steamed littlenecks, and shrimp in Old Bay butter; grilled corn on the cob; potato rolls; and a tomato, cucumber, and caper salad.
Why: The $400 tab (with tax and tip) includes four bottles of wine chosen by master sommelier Laura Maniec.
When: Thru July 22. Every Sun., 6 & 8 p.m.
Where: 13 E. 13th St., b/t Fifth Ave. & University Pl. Reservations (required) to 646-873-6071 or at corkbuzz.com.
Alan Cumming’s One-Man Macbeth
What: The quirky Scottish actor takes to the stage for a solo rendition of the Shakespeare classic set in a psychiatric ward.
Why: You worked up a sweat chasing Lady Macbeth in Sleep No More. Chill out for this one.
When: Today-July 14.
Where: Rose Theater, Broadway, at 60th St. (212-875-5766). Tickets ($50-$100) at lincolncenterfestival.org.
Phin & Phebes Ice Cream
What: Two Brooklyn gals churn pints using ingredients sourced solely from the Quality Dairy Farms cooperative upstate.
Why: Cinnamon vanilla tastes like French toast covered in snickerdoodles; Vietnamese coffee delivers a spicier perk than a latte.
When: There’s a heat wave. Again.
Where: Locations at phinandphebes.com.
Photo: Courtesy of B&B Winepub