5 Things To Know This AM

We know you're always looking out for healthy treats that actually taste good, and Vegan Divas just might be the new one-stop shop. We're super excited about the mini doughnuts that come in chocolate, cinnamon, and shredded coconut varieties, none of which are over 25 calories. We'll take one of each please, and we'll probably hang out for another round, too. (Vegan Divas)
It's really cool that you'll be able to learn all about Dormeuil's high-tech fabric at Seize sur Vingt. But, it's even cooler that you'll be informed about the temperature-regulating suits over tequila and chocolates. RSVP, then join the party from 7 to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6 at 78 Greene Street. (Seize sur Vingt)
Cole's is serving up brunch this weekend for the very first time, and you'll be salivating over chef Daniel Eardley's new menu. So sleep in, (or rise early, we're not judging), and make it to breakfast on Saturday or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Cole's)
Bonfaire's had a major site re-launch, and the label lover in us can't wait to shop for new accessories from our favorite designers. Sign up to get the story behind emerging brands, and get access to your own, personalized showroom. Then make your friends jealous by sporting exclusive pieces they won't be able to find in any old department store. (Bonfaire)
Grab your girls and sample the Goldmine…of wine, that is. Treat yourself to a taste of Bordeaux's finest offerings at the Metropolitan Pavilion, and, if you're feeling really ambitious, you can even buy tickets to take a master class. The event's taking place on Tuesday, March 5, from 5 to 8 p.m at 125 West 18 Street, so you've got until then to find something to celebrate. (Planet Bordeaux)
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