Also, check out a new Broadway-themed drive-in theater
Time Out No. #22 | Thu 24 September, 2020 
The 25 absolute best bakeries in
NYC right now
With that slight chill in the air, the hint of pumpkin spice wafting down streets and the sudden resurgence of sweaters, one thing is definitely for sure: It’s high time for pie time. Luckily, we’ve rounded up the best spots in NYC for delicious pies and other sweet treats. From a whipped s’more tart with chocolate custard and ganache that you can pick up at the under-the-radar burrow to melt-in-your-mouth crullers from Daily Provisions and everything bagel croissants from Supermoon Bakehouse, this list should have you scheduling quite a few carb-fueled excursions this fall.
Editors’ essentials
Will Gleason
Dirt Candy’s new 14-course vegetarian dinner only costs $50. The innovative menu features dishes like pizza bagel bites, seaweed caviar and whipped creamy butter tea sandwiches. (You can also try oat milk ice cream from the country’s first Oatly soft serve machine.)
The Honorable William Wall, a floating bar in the middle of New York Harbor, is one of the city's coolest watering holes. This fall, it has strict capacity limits and social distancing requirements but you can still book a table through the end of the year.
The exhibition that was at the top of my list to catch in March was Studio 54: Night Magic at the Brooklyn Museum. I’m looking forward to finally checking it out with a timed ticket, along with the museum’s other current exhibitions.
Cool new ways to catch a film outdoors in NYC
The Soho café doing tableside screenings
Sun 6:30pm Ghostbusters  
Mon 6:30pm Casablanca 

Like the idea of going to a drive-in movie theater but don’t have a car? Then this café in Soho has a table with your name on it! (Well, it does if you make an online reservation first. Just a heads up on that.) Citizens has started screening films outdoors on select nights for its new Sunset Movie Club series. For $30–$50 per person, you can snuggle in for a screening starting at 6:30pm. (Dinner and drinks are included.)    
The drive-in movie Broadway hybrid
Sat 8pm The Phantom of the Opera  
Sun 8pm The Phantom of the Opera
New York is getting a new drive-in movie theater this week with a special emphasis on the theater part. Located at Halletts Point Play, a 50,000-square-foot stretch of waterfront in Astoria, Radial Park will be the site of an innovative hybrid approach to entertainment called Broadway at the Drive-In, which combines the outdoor screening of movie musicals with live mini-concerts by Broadway performers. 
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The finest Thai outdoors
With more than 50 dishes to choose from, as well as amazing lunch specials, it’s time to explore what the Eat Thai menu has to offer.
Safely dine at this Korean spot
Barn Joo is committed to the highest safety standards to ensure the health of its guests and workers. Plus, of course, the food is delicious.
I'll have what they're having!”
In this new weekly series, we’ll be checking in with visitors to Time Out Market New York to get their opinions on the city’s buzziest topics—from returning to offices and riding public transit to the best things they’ve done in the city lately.

Ben Peterson, 25, East Village
Drinking: A $5 Bronx IPA during Happy Hour at The Rooftop at Time Out Market

How do you feel about indoor dining returning to NYC on Wednesday?
I feel like if people are socially distanced inside, it's not a huge deal. I've personally loved how New York has started doing a lot more of the street seating and stuff like that. It's honestly been kind of nice to see how the city's been able to adapt throughout all of this.

Have you formed any new habits from the last six months?
I feel weird nowadays, like, shaking people's hands. It’s so annoying because I love to meet people. So now I'll go with the elbow bump or the classic, close range wave, you know? But this has given me a great opportunity to travel around and meet new people when I can.

You’ve felt comfortable traveling recently?
Yeah, I’ve personally felt fine. You have to wear a mask the entire time, but I have no issue with that. I can understand people's concerns, there's so many people in there, but I just had my hand sanitizer and mask and I'm just kind of cruising at that point. So yeah, not too bad.

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Quick bites
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Union Square's giant clock is now a climate crisis countdown
The Metropolitan Opera has canceled its entire 2020-2021 season
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