Beer, Horror and Other Weekend Ideas

Friday, October 19, 2018

Sometimes it can be hard to figure out what to do over the weekend. In New York and the Hamptons, there are just too many options. Fortunately, AVENUE’s editors have put their collective heads together and come up with a few suggestions, ranging from a beer pop-up to a classic of Italian cinema. What unites them all is that they’re worth your time.


Margaret Mead Festival

From Thursday to Sunday, the Natural History will be the site of the Margaret Mead Film Festival, which will screen documentaries with an anthropologist’s focus. We think you’ll enjoy it.

The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West and 79th Street, New York

Thursday, October 18th to Sunday, October 21st


House of Peroni

Like beer? Then head down to the West Village for the House of Peroni pop-up, featuring all the beer-related intrigue your heart desires.

463 West Street, New York

Thursday, October 18th to Saturday, October 20th



Moncler’s brand new store has opened in SoHo, and it’s no ordinary shop. Take it from Avenue’s own shopping guru Barbara Hodes—you don’t want to miss it!

Moncler House of Genius, 106 Spring Street, New York

Open now



Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming remake of the 1977 classic Suspiria is poised to be one of the breakout films of the season. But why not see the original this weekend at the IFC Center?

IFC Center, 323 6th Avenue, New York

Check showtimes


Bruce Nauman

Bruce Nauman is often called one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, and now he’s got a full retrospective at MoMa in his honor. Go see Nauman now, man!

The Museum of Modern Art, 11 West 53rd Street, New York

Opens Sunday, October 21st


And for more things to do, be sure to check out Avenue’s Social Calendar.


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