Love The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead but terrified to watch them alone? Find solace at Cajun/Creole specialist The Bayou Restaurant, with a weekly viewing party.
(Free. 8 p.m. Mount Vernon; www.bayourestaurantny.com)
Bored with Coloring Nite? Enter Plant Nite — because booze, botanicals, and blooms make a perfect pairing. Create a tabletop garden at rotating bars around the county. Reservations required. ($55. Various locations; www.plantnite.com)
The Duck Inn Bar & Grill, an unpretentious working man’s bar, welcomes barflies to test their coordination on Dart Night. Winners earn bragging rights in this friendly corner “quack house,” with lots of duck bric-a-brac, plus a few local characters. (Free. Mamaroneck)
Grab your cowboy boots and shake off the midweek blues by dancing the two-step at Mickey Spillane’s. Includes line-dancing instruction, as well as open dance.
($10 at the door. 7 p.m.–10 p.m. Eastchester; www.mickeyspillanes.com)
Test your knowledge at Oath Trivia Series Night at The Oath Craft Beer Sanctuary. Sponsored by a different brewery each week (past sponsors include Two Roads and Captain Lawrence), the winning team gets their fill of beer-related prizes, from glassware to T-shirts. (Free. 7 p.m.–9 p.m. Tarrytown; www.theoathny.com)
Kick off the weekend right at Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre, a groovy lobby bar (named for the Grateful Dead’s legendary frontman) where national talent like Leo Nocentelli (who has toured and recorded with Paul McCartney, Ice Cube, Jay-Z, and others) and Scott Sharrard (lead guitarist for the Gregg Allman Band), plus local bands, like Space Bacon, rock out.
(Tickets range from free to $20. 8 p.m. Port Chester; www.thecapitoltheatre.com)
Does drinking bring out your inner Bob Ross? Pinot’s Palette will have you painting happy little trees in no time. Reservations required.
($35. 7:30 p.m–10 p.m. Mamaroneck/Sleepy Hollow/Tuckahoe; www.pinotspalette.com)