5 Things To Know This AM — Feb 26 2013

By now you've probably heard all about the brand new facelift over at Marquee, but we're seriously obsessed with, wait for it, the bathroom. The club's facilities boast an exclusive Brooklyn-inspired wallpaper (think everything from Coney Island to Biggie) designed by Mike Diamond of the Beastie Boys. (Marquee)
Looking for last minute dinner plans tonight? Try out cozy East Village resto Hearth, where the kitchen will be celebrating Burgundy Week with a four-course dinner and, of course, wine. Call 646-602-1300 to book a rezzie and get ready to grub. (Hearth)
For the more suds-inclined diners, 508 GastroBrewery is celebrating New York Beer Week with a beer-pairing feast. We're talking six courses, six brews, and only $48 per person. (508)
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Krochet Kids International is one of the charities near and dear to our hearts, and now its partners in Uganda have filmed what might be the cutest Harlem Shake video yet. Seriously, just try to watch this without cracking a smile. (YouTube)
Everyone's favorite Lonely Island-er is engaged! Andy Samberg recently popped the question to his girlfriend of five years — here's hoping this inspires some hilarious marriage-themed songs. (People)
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Photo: Via Marquee
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