Trip.com is an innovative planning tool that tailors recommendations for places to stay, eat and play to your specific tastes. It also allows you to share your great experiences with people who have the same interests as you; people in your “tribes.” Trip.com’s TripPicks This Week feature empowers you to discover and take advantage of great events, openings and exhibits throughout the city each week.
Here are some exciting events and sites to check out this week in Downtown New York, courtesy of Trip.com. Visit their website or download the app for more upcoming events.
Drinks or ice cream? That’s no longer a difficult either/or choice now that Tipsy Scoop’s first brick-and-mortar Barlour is serving boozy ice cream flavors like red velvet martini, mango margarita sorbet and tequila Mexican “hot” chocolate. Bring your ID and a designated driver.
Where: Tipsy Scoop (Kips Bay), 217 E 26th Street
When: Tuesday-Sunday from 12-10pm
What was New York like in the late 70s? The 44 films being screened at the Film Forum this month show audiences a seedier side of the Big Apple. Don’t miss cult classics like the “Warriors,” “Serpico,” “The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three,” “Midnight Cowboy” and “Marathon Man.” Tickets start at $8
Where: Film Forum (South Village), 208 W Houston Street
When: Through Thursday, July 27th
Nothing beats Shakespeare in the Park, but we think Shakespeare in the Parking Lot from The Drilling Company comes pretty close. We are partial to this neighborhood performance for its creative energy and staging of “All’s Well That Ends Well.” FREE
Where: The Parking Lot behind The Clemente (Lower East Side), 107 Suffolk Street
When: Thursday, Jul. 20-Saturday, Jul. 22 at 7pm
Come get those tacos, baby! The Taco Fest will feature 30 local vendors who’ll be serving a variety of unlimited $3 tacos. The fun continues with tequila samplings, a margarita bar, cooking demos, eating contests, live music and wrestling! FREE
Where: Pier 25 (Tribeca), West Street & N Moore Street
When: Saturday, July 22 from 12-6pm
Mark Flood’s “Google Murder Suicide”
Mark Flood’s solo show “Google Murder Suicide” takes a hard look at our complicated relationship with the digital world. The works on display touch on topics of obsession, intrusion and isolation. FREE
Where: Maccarone Gallery (West Village), 630 Greenwich Street
When: Monday-Friday from 10am-6pm (through Friday, Jul. 28)