3. Ursula xo NO BAR Pop-up at The Standard, East Village

Diners enjoying Mexican-inspired food from Ursula restaurant.
Photo of Ursula xo No Bar image courtesy of Kelsey Cherry.

Get ready for the deliciousness of queer Brooklyn hotspot Ursula’s takeover coming to Manhattan on Tuesday, June 21st. Ursula head chef Eric See’s Pride month Pop-up arrives at The Standard, East Village from June 21 through 26. The Ursula team exclusive week-long residency at NO BAR, the hospitality property’s famed late night destination, starting at the top of New York City’s Pride week, lasting from Tuesday the 21st until Sunday, June 26th.

During the pop-up, the menu will feature small plates – including Lamb Carnitas & Red Chile Memelas and Blue Corn Olive Oil Cakes – and culminate with an extravagant Pride Day brunch where queer chefs Woldy Reyes – of Woldy Kusina – and Tony Ortiz – of Chile Con Miel – will join Eric in the kitchen for the “Queens of the South, a queer brunch celebration”. Brunch will feature the spin stylings of DJ Wavy Fox and live music and drag performances curated by The Soapbox Presents, a Harlem-based community organization celebrating the brilliance of Black and Brown people through art.