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168 Avenue B NY NY 10009 • Noon-4am

Burning Man Happy Hour - DPW Social
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Burning Man Happy Hour - DPW Social

Black Rock City's infrastructure is built by their very own Department of Public Works - DPW. They are the people who show up in March or April and are still there, returning the playa to its spotless state, in October. Local DPW members include: Your proprietrix, Abby, who managed their Sign Shop for six of her ten years with them, as well as serving as a Scribe and Line Boss for Playa Restoration. Pinky was a Fluffer. Rodney pounded about a million t-stakes as party of the full-time Fence Crew. And Ryan worked Playa Restoration. Today a few other members, "visiting royalty," will be in town so we're having a DPW Social! That means all you "participants" will have a bunch of people to ask "What's it all about?" Meet Jessica Reeder, RJG journalist and former Burning Man Blog writer. Plus a possible surprise performance by Professor Plague, a Jerk Church musician with a song on Lucky's Jukebox as a member of Bobby Jo Ebola and the Chicken McNuggets. And the infamous After 5 will be in the house too!

The usual 2-4-1 Happy Hour specials on well drinks and draft beers are extended all night long for burners. Wacky seasonal drinks and playa themed drinks are available. And this week we'll have super crazy cheap prices on Picklebacks! Join us! And hear all the wild tales!

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Music Mondays featuring Hamell On Trial
May
7
to May 8

Music Mondays featuring Hamell On Trial

Ed Hamell’s caustic wit and devil-may-care attitude has long been a favorite of anti-establishment icons Aesop Rock, Kimya Dawson, Ani DiFranco and the critical elite inciting Rolling Stone magazine to call him "Bald, bold and superbad!" Henry Rollins says "Hamell is a one man rock show!" He has been described as "Bill Hicks, Hunter S. Thompson, and Joe Strummer all rolled into one" by Philadelphia Weekly and a "one man Tarantino flick: loud, vicious, luridly hilarious, gleefully and deeply offensive" by the Village Voice. His performances invoke thoughts of the great, rebellious satirists and social commentators of the past: Lenny Bruce, Richard Pryor and Bill Hicks. There's no way around his obscenity but in that is a willingness to fight for the free thinkers of the world.

Expect two sets at 8:30 and 9:30. No cover. 

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Always Hopeful - Photo Exhibit, Book Release Party and EVIMA Mixer
May
17
7:00 PM19:00

Always Hopeful - Photo Exhibit, Book Release Party and EVIMA Mixer

In recognition of Lower East Side History Month, Lucky proprietrix Abby Ehmann, aka Editrix Abby, has curated a book of photographs titled "Always Hopeful," from a quote by Dorothy Parker. The book contains shots of Manhattan over a 50-year span, in various stages of disrepair and distress, but "always hopeful."

Join Abby and EVIMA for a photo exhibit of work from the book. These prints and copies of the book will be for sale, with all proceeds to benefit The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. Huge thanks to the artists who graciously donated their work to the project!

This event also serves as the Spring Mixer for EVIMA.

List of contributing photographers:
Romy Ashby
Esther Bubley
Robert Cunningham
Karl Dittebrandt
John Fensten
Susan Fensten
Meredith Jacobson Marciano
Robert McCann
April Palmieri
Lori E. Seid
Barbara Sicuranza
Carole Teller
Toyo Tsuchiya
Edie Winograde
Zero

"London is satisfied, Paris is resigned, but New York is always hopeful. Always it believes that something good is about to come off, and it must hurry to meet it." — Dorothy Parker

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Earth Day Clothing Swap & Upcycle Event
Apr
21
2:00 PM14:00

Earth Day Clothing Swap & Upcycle Event

Celebrate Earth Day weekend with us as we swap and upcycle. Bring your gently worn clothes and accessories and send them off on another life! Pick up an outfit that's new -- to you! And if you find something that isn't quite...quite, we'll have fabric paint, rhinestones, feathers and other frills to make it more fabulous! Plus we can help you mend clothes you love but need a bit of first aid.

All items left over after the event will be donated to The House of Good Deeds/Church of Good Deeds' Spring Clothing and Shoes Giveaway on West 42nd St. tomorrow:
https://www.facebook.com/events/136101407167387/

Special prices on Mimosas and Bellinis, select beers and the delicious new Earth Goddess cocktail!

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Burning Man Happy Hour - Burner World Event Expo
Apr
18
5:00 PM17:00

Burning Man Happy Hour - Burner World Event Expo

There are so many burneresque events beyond TTITD! Come to this week's Burning Man Happy Hour and meet people representing a big handful! Meg'O is your hostess, representing POrtal Burn, and she has invited folks to tell you about Adventure Wednesdays, Kostume Kult, Virgin Burners, BRC Rangers, Everyone Mingles, Baby Burners, NY Dangerous, NECTR, and MORE! (Stay tuned here for additional info as we get it!)

Our usual 2-4-1 happy hour prices are extended ALL NIGHT for the burners! Plus we have silly seasonal specials and wacky theme drinks! Your DPW barmaid and proprietrix, Abby aka StAbby, will be behind the bar till 8pm, when the delightful Cara takes over. 

A comprehensive listing of Global Regional Events: https://regionals.burningman.org/regionals/

Photo credit: KiwiBurn - http://www.kiwiburn.com/kia-ora/

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Opening Reception of Larry Krone: Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer
Apr
12
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception of Larry Krone: Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer

Lucky is pleased to present Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer, an exhibition of Larry Krone’s altered mirrors and reverse glass paintings.

Since 1993, Krone has taken inspiration from bar culture and the American vernacular, using country song lyrics, home crafts, and found mirrors to create work that incorporates personal materials, such as strands of his own hair, using extremely labor intensive processes.

With Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer, Krone’s work returns to its source, the bar. Not coincidentally, Lucky’s owner, Abby Ehmann and Larry Krone share a history of drinking together in the East Village. Ehmann and Krone met on Krone’s 21st birthday at the now-closed East Village bar Downtown Beirut. A friendship developed, and Ehmann introduced Krone to The Village Idiot, the bar that was next-door to Downtown Beirut and the place that spurred Krone’s love for country music and started him on the path to making the work we see today. 

Though Krone grew up in St. Louis, Missouri performing in rock bands, going to punk and hardcore shows, and listening to anything BUT country music, once he discovered country, he saw himself in it more than in any other art form. Country music’s men maintained a strong, masculine identity while at the same time being sensitive, self-effacing, and drunk. Using parts of songs and pieces of the world that surrounded them, Krone began exploring his own masculine identity through art and performance.

In a bar setting, rather than in a traditional gallery, Krone’s mirrors and reverse glass paintings become art in disguise. For example, It Gets Better seems like a typical boudoir painting but is surprisingly of a male model (Krone’s self-portrait) striking a Marilyn Monroe pose while wearing patchwork briefs. Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer is a seemingly benign decorative mirror that at closer inspection shows five translations of the word “Beer,” as found on the Budweiser Beer label, written in cursive out of strands of Krone’s hair.

In Beer Beer Beer Beer Beer, Krone’s pieces are interspersed with the existing art and décor of Lucky. All works are for sale.  Prices are available by request. 25% of all art sales will be donated to Gays Against Guns.

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Larry Krone is a visual and performing artist whose exhibition history includes solo shows at Pierogi Gallery (NYC), and Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. His work is in the collection of the RISD Museum as well as in many private collections. Larry has performed at art and music venues including Joe's Pub, The Whitney Museum, and PS122 in New York.  He can be seen performing his song “It's Hard to Live” in the independent feature film “The Purple Onion.” As House of Larréon, Larry is the exclusive designer of gowns and stage costumes for Bridget Everett. “Look Book,” Larry’s self-published art book, documents his costume work since 1997 with photographs by Todd Oldham and Kevin Yatarola. Larry’s recent theatrical design work include designing sets for Portland, Oregon’s Hand2Mouth Theatre Company’s “Psychic Utopia” and sets and costumes for Neal Medlyn’s In the Champagne Room presented at NYLA, New York.  Larry is a 2018, 2012 and 2011 MacDowell Colony Fellow, a 2017 Yaddo Fellow, a 2015 recipient of the NYFA fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts, a 2014/15 Artist in Residence at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater, a 2013 Millay Colony Fellow, a 2009 recipient of the NYFA fellowship in Craft, and was awarded the Peter S. Reed grant in 2006. www.larrykrone.com

This show will be up from April 12 until June 12, 2018.

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Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Kink 'n' Draw Celebrates the Earth Goddess

Join us for the Earth Day Celebration of Kink 'n' Draw, our monthly sexy sketching event! Your hostess Lady Zombie leads you in an evening of art, socializing and delicious cocktails. Her Earth Goddess model is Jantina. Expect one long pose, a break for a costume change, followed by a couple shorter poses. No cover, but a donation to the model is polite AND encouraged! BYO art materials!

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Apr
3
to Apr 4

Let Us Survive - Discussion Session on FOSTA/SESTA

Join a group of like minds to discuss the facts and implications of FOSTA/SESTA to our livelihoods, and what we can do to prepare and survive. This is informational only and a safe space for conversation. 

Limited seating. Mainly standing room. Please RSVP at the provided link as we need to cap it around 40-50 people. 

RSVP HERE: https://letussurviveconvo.app.rsvpify.com/

If you have information to share and would like to speak, or if you have specific questions, please indicate this in the designated area on the RSVP form. Thank you. 

#LetUsSurvive

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Easter Sunday at Lucky
Apr
1
12:00 PM12:00

Easter Sunday at Lucky

Lucky loves a holiday! And whether you're a believer or not, you'll enjoy our celebration of Easter. Because it's really all about the CANDY! We'll have hidden eggs stuffed with surprises, silly drink specials, edible Easter grass and more, presided over by the delightful Sandy, freshly returned from her honeymoon! Hopefully it will be a nice day so you can enjoy the garden's new spring decor, courtesy of our Queen of Kitsch, Deb O'Nair! Get a free shot if you show up in your Easter Parade finery!

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Burning Man Happy Hour - Holy Art, Burners!
Mar
28
to Mar 29

Burning Man Happy Hour - Holy Art, Burners!

This week we have so much to celebrate! Friday, "No Spectators," the Burning Man art exhibit, opens at The Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC. The entire gallery is filled with playa art and more sculptures can be found surrounding it on the streets of DC. The Smithsonian, baby!

Also on Friday, Good Friday and Passover happen on the same day! For those of you who are observant, these are two big holy days! In anticipation of all of THAT, Lucky will be celebrating! Sip a free glass of Manischewitz, nibble on some matzoh, dye an Easter egg and use your smartphones to Google the art that'll be on display in DC! 

Of course, it will also be your usual Burning Man Happy Hour! Meet up with old friends and new, ask questions or answer them. Find a camp, plot an art project or just sit and watch it all, you know, like a spectator! Guffaw. Silly seasonal specials, 2-4-1 well drinks and draft beers, great music and great friends. DPW barmaid Pinky serves you till 8pm when the lovely Cara takes over. Happy Hour is extended until the last burner leaves!

Photo Credit: FoldHaus, Shrumen Lumen, 2016. Photo by Rene Smith.

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Birthday Fun with Amanda!
Mar
24
7:00 PM19:00

Birthday Fun with Amanda!

Amanda is bubbling over with excitement at this opportunity to gather all of her favorite people together in one room. (if you're invited, that means you!) In fact, she has been dreaming of this for years! So please bring your balloons, glitter, candy, anything pink, and, most importantly, yourselves to celebrate with her, and to appreciate yourselves in all your grandeur and awesomeness.

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Beauty Brunch
Mar
24
2:00 PM14:00

Beauty Brunch

Join us for an afternoon of pampering! You bring your beautiful face and we'll bring the bagels! Enjoy a Bloody or a Bellini! Maybe buy yourself something pretty!

Eeva aka Pinky will be here to demo Younique makeup.
Suzanne will be here offering chair massages.
Theresa aka Shiny will be here with her festy feather hair extensions and a rack of her colorful clothes.
Kelly Peck will be here to show you how to make your nails look super custom.
Janelle will be providing glamorous styling and fancy haircuts.
Linda DiGusta will be here to read your Tarot.
Velocity Chyaldd will be selling spell soaps and magical bath melts from her Artisanal Apothecary!
Irene Delgado will be here with products from her new skin care line.
And Astro might be here giving people punk rock 'dos.

Check back because we'll be adding people! Let us know if YOU'D like to present something!

Image from http://beingzhenya.com. Check out her blog!

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Figment March Meet & Greet: 12 x 12 Art in Action
Mar
22
6:00 PM18:00

Figment March Meet & Greet: 12 x 12 Art in Action

Believers in participatory, community-based creativity are invited to conceptualize a 12"x12" work of art for our upcoming Art in Action Fundraiser. 

All pieces created by local and regional artists and will be exhibited and sold in a silent auction with bids beginning at $50. Proceeds will go toward FIGMENT NYC 2018. 

Help be a part of the movement to make FIGMENT NYC a success in its 12th year! It’s a great way for artists to show their work to a large community and support this year’s FIGMENT NYC Art event. 

Submit a 12"x12" piece here http://bit.ly/2Fh9kJf

The 2018 FIGMENT season is well underway, with lots of exciting developments and plenty of work to be done. We hope you'll join us to learn more about Figment NYC or simply to enjoy the fine communities that make these events a reality. 

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FIGMENT weekend is a free participatory art event that is 100% volunteer-powered, offering a wide offering of participatory art experiences to tens of thousands of participants. FIGMENT NYC's summer-long projects include an architectural pavilion on Governors Island! Learn more at newyork.figmentproject.org

Find out about submitting a project to FIGMENT weekend, how to volunteer; or just meet other excited FIGMENT participants and stir up ideas for the coming year.

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Photo: Common Picnic by Risa Puno (c) 2015 Talisman Brolin — with Risa PunoMeredith CristalTalisman Brolin and Dylan McCaughtry.

 

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Burning Man Happy Hour - Happy Spring!
Mar
19
11:30 AM11:30

Burning Man Happy Hour - Happy Spring!

It's FINALLY Spring! Of course, we'll be welcoming in both Spring and another Nor'Easter! Hunker down with your dusty friends and enjoy the rain, sleet, snow, wind or whatever Mother Nature throws our way. We'll have seasonal drink specials in addition to our usual 2-4-1 Happy Hour deals on well drinks and draft beers.

DPW Barmaid Pinky is here to serve you with a smile till 8pm, when Cara takes over. Happy Hour is extended till the last burner leaves!

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Meet & Greet with Angus McIntyre, author of The Warrior Within
Mar
18
5:00 PM17:00

Meet & Greet with Angus McIntyre, author of The Warrior Within

Come have a beer with science fiction author Angus McIntyre!
There will be cupcakes!

Angus McIntyre was born in London and has lived in Edinburgh, Milan, Brussels and Paris before eventually finding his way to New York, where he now lives and works. A graduate of the 2013 Clarion Writer's Workshop, his short fiction has been published in numerous anthologies and on BoingBoing. His background in computational and evolutionary linguistics and in artificial intelligence has given him a healthy respect for positive feedback loops and a certain curiosity about what it might be like to live in a universe filled with intelligent machines. His hobbies include travel and photography. His first published book is The Warrior Within, and he will happily sign books at this event!

Author website: https://angus.pw/
https://publishing.tor.com/thewarriorwithin-angusmcintyre/9780765397102/https://publishing.tor.com/author/angusmcintyre/

 

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GAG Spray Paint for March for Our Lives
Mar
18
1:00 PM13:00

GAG Spray Paint for March for Our Lives

Come to Lucky! Have a Drink! Spray a Sign! Tip Your Bartender! We need more signs and tees for the 2 Marches we will be participating in for the March For Our Lives. Come help us, or make your own sign with our stencil set.  

If you want a tee for either march please bring an orange tee. We want to make the Marches as orange as possible as orange is the color of the GVP movement.

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St. Patrick's Day at Lucky
Mar
17
to Mar 18

St. Patrick's Day at Lucky

Do you love holidays as much as WE do? But do you hate St. Patrick's Day? We get it. We love the shamrocks and green beer but we hate the barfing. If you want to celebrate the luck o' the Irish without being splashed by the puke of the douches, this is your place. Not one woo-woo-girl. No backwards baseball cap wearing bros. Just our friends -- and maybe your friends! Locals and other assorted weirdos. Rockers and goths, nerds and bookworms, artists and burners.

There will be festive decor -- as always -- and theme drinks, beer specials and Irish soda bread in honor of our Irishman. Join us in this safe haven!

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Burning Man Happy Hour - Luck of the Lucky
Mar
14
6:00 PM18:00

Burning Man Happy Hour - Luck of the Lucky

In anticipation of St. Patrick's Day, gather with your burner family to celebrate the luck of the lucky! No green beer and no barfing! 

Festive decor, ridiculous drink specials and more surprises! See if you're a winner: FREE scratchers with each fancy cocktail purchase!

We extend our 2-4-1 Happy Hour till the last burner leaves! Your DPW barmaid, Pinky, serves you with a smile till 8pm, when the charming Cara takes over. DPW pain in the ass, Abby, is on hand to help out and randomly reward people with random free shit! And ideally the weather will improve enough to enjoy our big back yard.

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Kink 'n' Draw March: Get Luckier!
Mar
13
7:00 PM19:00

Kink 'n' Draw March: Get Luckier!

Join us for our monthly sexy sketching event, hosted by the imperious Lady Zombie. To celebrate the "luck of the Irish," we'll have a raffle where EVERYONE is a winner! For each drink you buy, you'll receive a raffle ticket. Prizes include a spanking from Lady Zombie, free shots and drinks, art supplies and a $50 Bar Tab!

Expect an alluring model (or two) in one long pose and two short poses, possibly with a costume change. Bring you own sketch pad and pencils.

No model fee but a $5 donation is encouraged. FREE PORN with every donation! Stay tuned for model info.

Lady Zombie:
https://www.facebook.com/LadyZombieInfo/

Lady Zombie's Events:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/LadyZombie/

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PupScouts.org Troop 4 Meeting
Mar
11
1:00 PM13:00

PupScouts.org Troop 4 Meeting

PupScouts.org Troop 4 will be having their March meeting at Lucky. It is a members only meeting, but if you are interested in joining PupScouts please stop by and meet us and ask questions.

PupScouts is similar to Cub Scouts and Brownies but for people with dogs instead of kids. The pups wear uniforms, "do activities to earn badges" with their people's help and help raise awareness and money for dog charities. The parents have all the fun and the "kids" get the badges and the credit.

For more information follow us on instagram @pupscoutsorg, look us up on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PupScoutsOrg/ or on our website at www.pupscouts.org

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Figment NYC Meet and Greet and Call for Art Launch
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

Figment NYC Meet and Greet and Call for Art Launch

Meet fellow participatory arts enthusiasts and learn how you can help make FIGMENT NYC 2018 happen in a low-pressure, high-fun setting. Everyone is welcome! - from seasoned FIGMENT veterans to the participatory art-curious. 

We will be launching our annual Call for Art the same day. Come learn about what participatory art is from experienced curators and past artists! 

This is a great place to find out what's going on, reconnect with FIGMENT, figure out how you can get more involved, and hatch big plans for what we want to make happen in 2018!

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Burning Man Happy Hour - Media Noche
Feb
28
6:00 PM18:00

Burning Man Happy Hour - Media Noche

No, this isn't an evening about a Cuban sandwich. (Though maybe we'll order up a few!) It's a NIGHT that's all about MEDIA! We'll have the mobile mics from Accuracy Third back again for people to tell their playa stories! Write a Yelp! review on the spot and win a prize! Give us a Google review and win a prize! Check in, post a photo on Instagram or Facebook about Lucky and WIN A PRIZE! What will those prizes be? Playa gifts, patches, buttons, free drinks, beautiful Burning Man calendars by Eva Reiska and MORE! Come have a cocktail, discuss ticket buying strategies, meet people from NYC camps and WIN SOME STUFF!

It's the weekly NYC Burning Man Happy Hour, which happens every Wednesday!
At Lucky, that means your DPW barmaid, Pinky, serving you till 8, when the delightful Cara takes over. Both barmaids assisted by your DPW proprietrix, Abby.

2-4-1 well drinks and draft beers extended till the last burner leaves!

Plus we always have other silly drink specials! Join us!

Super cool media graphic: LIRNEasia.net

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Dark Pastures Publication Party with Musical Accompaniment
Feb
26
to Feb 27

Dark Pastures Publication Party with Musical Accompaniment

DARK PASTURES Publication Party
Reading by author John Lunar Richey
With pedal loop guitar wizard Alan Gowa

Iniquity Press/Vendetta Books; 2018. Selected Poems and Songs by John Lunar Richey This collection includes recent writings as well as poems previously published in Rolling Stone, Big Hammer, Long Shot. Lunar is vox/lyricist of many collaborations. Most notably are the recorded album/CDs of Lunar Bear Ensemble - Lunar Ensemble - and Machine Gun; the NYC Jazz/Avant unit. Lunar performed as a duet at many readings in NYC (Nuyorican Poet's Cafe, The New Museum, The New Music Gallery, Context & Mother) Creating "soundscapes". These musicians included; Richard "Bear" Graham, Jack Petruzzelli, Thomas Chapin

Purchase the book HERE.

Alan Gowa guitar instructor Comes out of the shadows as I lead him into Dark Pastures:

https://www.reverbnation.com/alangowa

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GlitterCon!
Feb
24
to Feb 25

GlitterCon!

Get your GLITTER on! The lovely Lindsey Loughman is bringing the sparkle to Lucky! Body painting and glitterifying will be happening. Plus, you know how much we LOVE drinks with edible glitter! 

Lindsey says, "Shimmer in the city. Friends and new friends will gather together to enjoy sparkles and drinks. Come dressed in your glitter best. First time glittering, no worries we’ll have glitter on hand!" We can't wait!

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After-Party for the Manhattan Premiere of "Scumbag: The Movie"
Feb
23
to Feb 24

After-Party for the Manhattan Premiere of "Scumbag: The Movie"

The movie Scumbag is having its Manhattan Premiere earlier that night (9:45pm) at Cinema Village (22 East 12th St. between University & 5th Ave.) for Winter Film Awards 2018 International Film Festival. After watching the film, come join the director and crew for the official after party a few blocks away at Lucky (Ave B at 11th St.) with DJs Die J! Mars & Superstar DJ Keoki (both from the film), joined by friends DJ Jeffo!, Xris SMack!, and Marcus Glitteris, where they will be spinning till close. Additional live performances by Elaine Benavides (Red Road Warriors, Tribal Fire, Native Lab, Haunted Echo), Lailah Lancing, and Die J! Mars, all performing their songs from the film. Plus, Scumbag's lead actress Debra Haden will be debuting the world premiere of her song "Cage"! No cover, no excuses, just a lot of fun. This party is also somewhat of a reunion for former parties Gomorrah, Byte, Strut! (at Rebel), and Too Far Gone. See you there!

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LATE NIGHT PARTY (starting after midnight)

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A Community Celebration in Support of Harvey Epstein
Feb
15
6:30 PM18:30

A Community Celebration in Support of Harvey Epstein

UPDATE! Harvey Epstein won the Democratic Party endorsement by acclamation at County Committee tonight. Harvey is a neighbor of mine and a long time community and citywide activist for affordable housing and social justice. Come on out and congratulate him!

Please join us in supporting a progressive fighter from the East Side to protect the rights and interests of all diverse New Yorkers.

Harvey has been a public interest lawyer in New York City since graduating from CUNY Law School in 1994. Throughout his incredibly effective career serving our city, Harvey has worked on critical economic development and housing issues; at the same time, he has worked tirelessly on dozens of pieces of legislation which help the lives of everyday New Yorkers. In particular, Harvey's voice as a tenant representative on the Rent Guidelines Board was instrumental in achieving the first rent freeze in the 47-year history of the Rent Guidelines Board.

An experienced leader and natural advocate for the progressive movement, Harvey has been an active community resident, politically active in the local democratic organization, and PTA president for his children's elementary school. Harvey resides in the East Village with his wife Anita, his children Leila and Josh, and his rescue dog Homer.

Harvey Epstein is the leader we need in the State Assembly. Lucky is happy to host an evening to assist him with his fundraising and give the locals an opportunity to ask him questions.

Read about his campaign here: https://harveyfornewyork.com/home.asp

Free pizza provided by Two Boots

Free cocktails provided by Lucky with thanks to Heaven Hill, RAFT Syrups and Bitter Housewife Bitters.

 

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Valentine's Day Cocktail & Dessert Pairings
Feb
14
to Feb 15

Valentine's Day Cocktail & Dessert Pairings

We have something super exciting in the works for you! We will be pairing fancy cocktails with fancier desserts, created by Chocolatier Alexandra Prats, of Curious Candies.

You will have three options: Purchase one, three or all five tastings! Prices below. While supplies last.

Our Dark Margarita with a Grapefruit Pavlova
Dark Margarita: Montelobos Mezcal Tequila, fresh-squeezed lime juice, jalapeño simple syrup, rimmed with Hawaiian black lava salt.
Grapefruit Pavlova: Toasted meringue with a grapefruit cream filling.

Lucky's Love Elixir with Lemongrass Marshmallows
Lucky's Love Elixir: Our spin on the classic Negroni. Equal parts St. Germaine, Campari and Gin with a splash of our Love Potion.
Lemongrass Marshmallows: Artisanal, small batch egg white marshmallows made with fresh lemongrass.

Hibiscus Hula with Classic Coconut Cake
Hibiscus Hula: Sailor Jerry rum, RAFT Lavender Hibiscus Syrup, Bitter Housewife Grapefruit Bitters, seltzer.
Classic Coconut Cake: Fresh baked coconut white cake with fresh coconut buttercream.

L.E.S. Manhattan with Tart Noir
L.E.S. Manhattan: A classic Manhattan made with Bulleit Rye with your choice of Bitter Housewife Old Fashioned Bitters or our homemade Sassafras Bitters.
Tart Noir: Dark chocolate shell, chocolate fudge, cherry, chocolate ganache.

Sleepy Coffee with Lemon Cookies
Sleepy Coffee: Dark Roast coffee with chamomile and Kahlua.
Lemon Cookies: Lemon shortbread, lemon french macaron, chewy lemon sugar cookie.

Prices: $10 for one tasting, $20 for three, $40 for all five.
No swaps or substitutes.
RSVP to luckyonb@gmail.com

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Mardi Gras
Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Mardi Gras

Come celebrate Mardi Gras at Lucky! We'll have authentic Hurricanes and Sazeracs, our original concoction The King Cake Toddy, actual King Cake flown in from New Orleans and BEADS! The closest you'll come to the real deal right here in the East Village! Laissez les bons temps roullez!

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