FEAST: Delmonico’s doesn’t stop at the wings, traditional Super Bowl fare though they may be. They’ll be crisping up trays of buttermilk fried chicken and dishing it out – with double-fried French fries – and Stella to wash it all down, all free during their pre-game party from .
FOR YOUR PLEASURE: It’s the first weekend to take in <rimshot> the new Museum of Sex exhibit Rubbers: The Life, History and Struggle of the Condom, and learn how one tiny piece of latex (which started out, before the 15th century, as a piece of lamb intestine or -- ow -- tortoise shell) revolutionized contraception, protection, and everything in-between. All weekend.
SPOONING: The Brooklyn Kitchen Labs welcome two scribes in the “romantic memoir with a side of recipes” genre -- Giulia Melucci (“I Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti”) and Elizabeth Bard, whose “Lunch in Paris” came out this week – to lead a V-Day Cooking class (expect chocolate) and read from their works. Saturday, .
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