8 Things To Do In NYC This Week

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Labor Day is just days away, which means this week is all about savoring summer's final free concerts, sample sales, and outdoor workouts. Throw in a National Dog Day celebration and a cocktail or two, and you'll find yourself toasting the end of summer and not dreading it at all.
Get dressed from the inside out.
Stock up on the prettiest underthings at Cosabella's end-of-summer sample sale. Panties, bras, robes, dresses, babydolls, and more will be up to 70% off at the label's NYC flagship. Don't forget to pack the plastic, as this event will only accept Visa, Mastercard, and Amex.
When: Monday, August 25 and Tuesday, August 26, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: Cosabella, 220 Lafayette Street (between Spring and Kenmare streets); 212-405-1190.
Celebrate National Dog Day.
Yappy Hour is the happiest hour, with doggy treats, complimentary Sant Ambroeus "Puppyccinos," and a dog psychologist to boot. Spoil your pup at Loews Regency and support The Humane Society of New York while you're at it.
When: Tuesday, August 26, 3 to 6 p.m.
Where: Loews Regency, 540 Park Avenue (at East 61st Street)l 212-759-4100.
Find your perfect Fashion Week outfit.
In Support Of is hosting its first-annual pre-Labor Day sample sale this Tuesday and Wednesday, just in time for #NYFW. Shop some of our favorites — Tia Cibani, William Okpo, HARARE, Harbison, and more — up to 80% off at the Meatpacking store.
When: Tuesday, August 26 and Wednesday, August 27, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where: In Support Of, 342 West 13th Street (between Eighth Avenue and Hudson Street).
Take a yoga class with Rob Lowe.
The Lolë White Tour is taking a trip to the Hamptons this week to practice within the walls of the stunning Parrish Art Museum. Come dressed in white and ready to get your zen on. The teachings, atmosphere, and live music are sure to soothe you. Plus, did we mention Rob Lowe will be there?
When: Wednesday, August 27. Doors open at 6 p.m. Class begins at 7 p.m.
Where: Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY; 631-283-2118.
Drink to The Princess Bride.
There's an even better way to experience this cult classic? Inconceivable! Union Hall will present a live staged reading of The Princess Bride and ring a bell each time a well-known buzz word or phrase is said. What happens when the bell rings? Bottoms up, of course! Thursday night just got a whole lot more fun with this new drinking game.
When: Thursday, August 28. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Show begins at 8 p.m.
Where: Union Hall, 702 Union Street (at Fifth Avenue), Brooklyn; 718-638-4400.
Take a trip to the (Electric) Zoo.
Back for its sixth year, this enormous music festival is taking over Randall's Island Park and will, once again, boast the biggest names in the EDM game.
When: Friday, August 29 to Sunday, August 31.
Where: Randall's Island Park.
Host a clam bake.
Brooklyn seafood spot Grand Central Oyster is launching a grab-and-go special that allows you to enjoy a clam bake wherever you'd like. The packages are available in two- or four-person servings and include lobster, cherrystone clams, mussels, corn, and potatoes. Just call 347-294-0596 to place your order ahead of time, and you're all set.
When: Friday, August 29 through the end of September.
Where: Grand Central Oyster Bar Brooklyn, 256 Fifth Avenue (at Carroll Street), Brooklyn; 347-294-0596.
Party to the sounds of rocksteady and reggae.
Eastern Standard Time host Carter Van Pelt is bringing the sounds of the Caribbean to the Coney Island boardwalk this weekend. Grab a spot in the sand and spend the evening rocking to a reggae beat.
When: Sunday, August 31, 4 to 8 p.m.
Where: Coney Island boardwalk.

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