It's payday here at R29, and then means we're officially on the hunt for our biweekly splurge. Just in time, Christie's announced its exclusive Andy Warhol auction, featuring 125 rare, one-of-a-kind pieces. Prices start at a modest (well, for Andy Warhol) $600 and go all the way up to a shocking $70,000. (Christie's)
Our favorite classic New York brunch resto is launching a new dinner locale, and our appetites couldn't be happier. Sarabeth's Park Avenue South will be serving home-cooked delicacies like Chicken Pot Pie and Stone Oven Pizzas. (Sarabeth's)
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Restaurant Week may have come and gone, but you can still get in on the dining festivities. Japan Restaurant Week kicks off on Monday, and will offer a full-on culinary tour of Japan. 35 restaurants are participating, so start making your reservations now. (Japan Week)
Patrik Ervell is hosting his biannual sample sale this weekend which means one thing: It's time to spend those hard-earned dollars. The designer will be discounting men's and women's pieces 50 to 80% off, so head to 35 Howard Street, #4, between noon and 6 p.m. (Patrik Ervell)
Sandy (and its destruction) may seem like a lifetime ago, but for tons of New Yorkers it still severely affects everyday life — including the many restaurateurs in the formerly powerless zones. Read about how they're coping, and find out what you can do to help. (Eater)
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