Wherefore art thou?
Our Secret Spot
What: Walk past a butcher shop and down a hallway to Bohemian, the exclusive dining hideaway/living room space formerly owned by Andy Warhol and occupied by renowned street artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Why: There to greet you — Wagyu beef sliders layered with pecorino, sauteed onion, and sun-dried tomato; ikura caviar and uni rice bowls; and cold glasses of sweet potato beer.
When: Mon.-Sat., 6-10:30 p.m.; Sun., 6-10 p.m.
Where: To gain access to the location and phone number (and make the required reservation), follow the directions at playearth.jp. (Hint: It requires an e-mail debriefing.)
Cool as Ice
What: Drop that zero and get with the rap outlaw hero in this highly underrated Vanilla Ice vehicle from ’91.
Why: After capturing Rob Van Winkle’s epic dance moves, cinematographer Janusz Kaminski would go on to win Oscars for his work in Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan.
When: Fri., 10 p.m.
Where: 92YTribeca, 200 Hudson St., b/t Desbrosses & Vestry Sts. (212-601-1000). Tickets ($10) online at 92y.org.
The Feast: Pop Art Pop-Up
What: This week in temporary dining, 15-year-old wunderchef Greg Grossman applies his molecular gastronomy know-how to a four-course dinner inspired by the works of Koons, Hirst, Lichtenstein, and Murakami.
Why: The soon-to-be-opened Sanctuary Hotel venue will be designed to look like “Andy Warhol’s mind circa 1982.” (We hear rumors of visual installations and ten- to twenty-foot wall decals.)
When: Fri. & Sat., 8:30 p.m.
Where: 132 W. 47th St., b/t Sixth & Seventh Aves. Reservations ($95 plus tax and tip) online at thepopuprestaurant.com.
ABC Carpet & Home Warehouse Sale
What: Select furniture, home accessories, lighting, bedding, and antique and vintage carpets at up to 75 percent off.
Why: Calvin Klein, Theodore Alexander, and John Reeves are welcome guests in your apartment.
When: Thurs. & Fri., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: 1055 Bronx River Ave., at Watson Ave., Bronx (718-842-8772).
Kings County Jerky Co.
What: Elevate the junk food in your diet with strips of the Korean BBQ (chili paste, garlic, toasted sesame seeds), orange-ginger (with Sichuan pepper and star anise), and classic (Spanish paprika, dark molasses) varieties.
Why: Veggie lovers can soon get in on the action with a portobello mushroom flavor.
When: You’re done pretending those 100-calorie packs taste like anything but disappointment.
Where: Online at kingscountyjerky.com.
Humans of New York
What: Brandon Stanton aims to capture the graceful faces of at least 10,000 NYC inhabitants (eventually organized by date and hood) for his sweeping photographic census.
Why: Of more than 1,700 images, we fancy the lip-puckering mimes and urban cowboys.
When: You’d like to know more about your neighbors.
Where: Online at humansofnewyork.com.
Photo: Anusha Alikhan