5 Can’t Miss Events This Weekend on Long Island

Every Wednesday, Long Island Pulse’s editors plan your weekend. From Manhattan to Montauk these are our picks of the top events and offerings. Think of it as your weekend agenda. Share your weekend using the #LIPulseWeekends.


candy for adults

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What: Beer & A Bite
Where: Del Fuego, Babylon
 Thursday, Nov. 12, 7-9pm
Why Go:
  Snag some bites from Del Fuego Kitchen and be one of the first to try Brooklyn Brewery’s Insulated Lager. The brewery and Del Fuego recommend the Brooklyn Lager with the pulled pork tacos and the Brooklyn Insulated Lager and the brisket wontons. Not a bad way to the start the weekend. Go.


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What: Sinatra Sings Sinatra Featuring Frank Sinatra, Jr.
Where: The Tilles Center
 Saturday, Nov. 14, 8pm
Why Go:
Frank Sinatra, Jr. will perform alongside an orchestra to pay tribute to his father’s legacy. The multimedia performance shares the Sinatra family’s home movies and tidbits of the man both on and off the stage.  Go.

Old Bethpage

fall music

What: Live Stock Music Festival
Where: 1303 Round Swamp Road, Old Bethpage
 Sunday, Nov. 15, 2pm
Why Go:
 Heartstrings Presents is hosting an all day Americana music festival at The Barn at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration. Spending Sunday listening to favorite local artists: Twisted Pine, The Meadows Brothers, Butchers Blind, Bill Scorzari and Brian Carroll. Go.



What: Tastes Change…So Does Jewlery
Where: Rose Jewelers
 Friday, Nov. 13 11am-7pm, Saturday, Nov. 14 10:00am-3:30pm
Why Go:
 Trade in your old jewelry and find your new favorite pieces at this Rose Jewelers event where jewelry experts will tell you what your unwanted jewelry is worth and Rose Jewelers will offer special discounts on new gems. Go.


inside a chef's fridge

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What: Autumn International Brunch Series
Where: The Watermill Center
 Sunday, Nov. 15,noon–2:30pm
Why Go:
  Have an artful brunch. The Watermill Center and Bridgehampton’s Topping Rose House invite you to join them for a series of intimate brunches throughout the fall that will reflect the culture of Watermill’s international roster of Artists-in-Residence. Go.