Meet Cooper Bikes. They’re eye-pleasing, they’re made by an esteemed family in the British racing scene, and on Perks we’ve got their best machines for less than you’ll find anywhere else. (We’ve also got exclusive leather shoes from Allen Edmonds and quality beef jerky for 30% off. You only eat quality jerky.)
Things to do for September 20, 2012
Oktoberfest, Art Fest and Cigars in a Barbershop... Fest
Hey, hey, hey! It’s Fat Weekend.
Where You’ll Find Your Fall Blazer
Buying things from a car trunk: bad idea. Buying things from Luciano Barbera’s fashion trunk: better idea. Especially when it’s full of handsome blazers and top coats. Stop by today to peruse some made-to-measure items, and then stick around for snacks and drinks. There’s no trunk for those.
Oktoberfesting in Addison
Oktoberfest. It’s your favorite September holiday. And it’s coming to Addison in a big way. Expect four days of German beer and schnitzel, plus live music under massive tents. And for your amusement, there’s keg bowling. It’s like regular bowling, but far worse for your rotator cuff.
Scoring Cigars from Your Barber
You expect a lot from your barbershop. Impeccable haircuts. Straight-razor shaves. That little glass bottle with strange blue liquid. Also, custom cigars. For that, try the the Gents Place. They’ve contracted a local cigar maker to hand-roll a line of house sticks. Smoke ’em if you got ’em.
A Poolside Wine Party at the W
Here’s some breaking wine news: you can now drink it 16 stories above Victory Plaza. Because the W hotel’s serving it pool-adjacent on Thursday nights. Up there, you’ll find a bunch of by-the-glass vino, plus majestic views of jazz and Latin-infused Dallas. Wait... that’s backwards.
Art Festing in the West Village
Local art. Live music. Snacks. Those words are all relevant to your weekend in the West Village. The Art Uprising (which is less V for Vendetta and more cultural fair) will be setting up shop there and displaying works from 50 local artists. And zero local balloon-animal artists.