From food to art, here are the four musts for the month.
Omar Hernandez opens a side-by-side dinner club, Omar’s, and nightclub, La Boîte
SAVOR Omar at Vaucluse founder Omar Hernandez brings a new dining club and nightclub to the Lower East Side, making this the hottest place to sip and be seen. Combining Omar’s dining club and La Boîte’s nightclub, this location keeps the brand’s love of great cocktail parties and personal attentiveness to its guests. Nearby is Gem restaurant, whose head chef, Flynn McGarry, guest-curated the four-course menu. 302 Broome St., omar-nyc.com
SPA At Body Roll Studio, lymphatic drainage massages (from $40) are the main focus. The studio has one-of-a-kind machines to slim the body from swelling and relieve muscle tension. Machines have infrared and collagen lamps to widen the blood vessels and remove unnecessary toxins from the body by penetrating deeper layers of the skin. 59 Franklin St., bodyrollstudio.com
Tiffany Victoria diamond vine bypass ring in platinum, $15,000, Tiffany & Co.
SHOP Adjacent to the iconic Fifth Avenue location, Tiffany & Co. moved into a temporary retail space as the company transforms the original store that has been its flagship since 1940 with the completion set for late 2021. The art deco trove will showcase the entirety of Tiffany’s collections of high jewelry, men’s, love and engagement, home and accessories. The store will also include private selling rooms on each floor and an exclusive VIP salon. 6 E. 57th St., tiffany.com
Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery presented Hank Willis Thomas’ “Bifocal” at The Armory Show last year.
SEE Modern art lovers will flock to The Armory Show art fair returning to Pier 90 and Pier 94. From March 5 to 8, 178 exhibitors from 31 countries will showcase their pieces within themed sections. This year’s fair will include the inaugural curation for the Perspectives section by Nora Abrams from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. 711 Twelfth Ave., thearmoryshow.com