Take a whiff of these floral notes.
What: The designer and former Domino gal sets up a sidewalk flower stand with bouquets wrapped in brown paper, arrangements in mint julep cups, and secret garden-like houseplants.
Why: Follow your nose to Mother’s Day.
When: Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: Corner of N. Sixth St., at Bedford Ave., Williamsburg.
Watty & Meg
What: Sweet 66-seater opens with seasonal modern American menu and homey, reclaimed wood vibe (the owner worked with Building on Bond folks for the aesthetic).
Why: Garlic shrimp and havarti grits, chimichurri roasted chicken, wild rice with cranberries, ceviche of the day.
When: Opens Sat. for brunch and dinner. Lunch, dinner, weekend brunch, and family-friendly teatime starts Mon.
Where: 248 Court St., at Kane St., Cobble Hill (718-643-0007).
What: A defunct med facility is turned into an artistic community with installations, salons, participatory projects, and parties.
Why: Home is where the art is.
When: Sat.-May 24. Wed.-Sun., noon-8 p.m.
Where: 232 E. Broadway, b/t Clinton & Montgomery Sts.
What: A display of superlative works from the hottest botanical artist of the 18th century.
Why: To illustrate your poinsettia.
When: Thru July 19. Tues.-Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: The New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library, Bronx River Pkwy., at Fordham Rd. (718-817-8700).
What: Forty artists-of-the-moment (Blek le Rat, Angela Boatwright, Tessar Lo) explore self-portraiture. Turntable Lab provides music.
Why: See them all for yourself.
When: Thru May 21. Opening party, Thurs., 7-11 p.m.
Where: The Showroom NYC, 112 Second Ave., at E. 7th St., 2nd flr. For information, call 203-676-9684.
Judy Ross Textiles Sample Sale
What: The home designer (seen at Calypso, Gracious Home, and Barneys) offloads pillows, area rugs, embroidered linen panels, and upholstered furniture.
Why: Pat that weave.
When: Thurs. & Fri., noon-7 p.m.; Sat., noon-6 p.m.
Where: 41 Union Square W., at 17th St., ste. 931 (212-842-1705). Fri. & Sat. enter at 22 E. 17th St., b/t Broadway & Fifth Ave.