Winter Wednesday Roundup: Art Exhibits and What’s New on the Mountains

Put a feather in your cap and head to Red Hook on Friday at 8p.m. for the art show and book signing of “Portraits from the Bar,” a collection of artwork from saloon scenes around the world. [kingcocktail]

Water’s Edge is the only place in Queens participating in NYC Restaurant Week. [WE]

Gore Mountain and Adirondack Trailways have partnered on a brand new bus and lift ticket package. [GoreMtn]

The Bronx River Art Center and the NYC Department of Transportation unveiled an outdoor geometric wooden sculpture called Aurora, created by New Yorker Diego Medina. [Bronx.com]

Joining the growing list of preserved theaters in the Tri-State, the 91-year-old Ridgewood Theatre in Queens became a landmark this week. [Gothamist]

Windham Mountain adds two restaurants to the property this season with an on-mountain waffle hut and slopeside take-out for dessert crepes, and the Rock’n Mexicana Cantina + Grill for a relaxing, well-earned meal. [WindhamMtn]

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