Perks is hooking you up with tapas and a limitless supply of margaritas for $30 in Nolita, a gift box of six cocktail-filled cupcakes from Prohibition Bakery and a veritable feast for two at sexy Italian spot Sotto 13 in the West Village—for just 30 bucks. You can thank us later.
In a blind taste test, consumers preferred the weekend two to one.
A New Temple of Dress-Shirt Perfection
The dress-shirt titans at Jeremy Argyle have opened a shiny new source for their boldly colored haberdashery. And you should know that UD Perks is giving you $100 worth of shirtage there for $50. You’d function well in a society where the currency was shirtage.
A Little Bit More Atera, with Cocktails
They once served you a rock for dessert at Atera... and it was sensational. Just imagine what they can do with a 12-seat, underground cocktail bar. Actually, don’t imagine. Go here, order something with rye and sassafras or a layered coffee and bitters. Then drink. It’s standard procedure at cocktail bars.
A Pop-Up Tie Shop in a Clam Shack
There’s no reason for Alexander Olch to put a pop-up shop full of natty ties, bow ties, handkerchiefs, belts and eggnog cocktails inside of Grey Lady’s Nor’East Clam Shack. Then again, you’ve got a strict policy of never questioning bow ties, eggnog or clam shacks. Touché, Alexander Olch.
A Brooklyn Lobster Favorite Hits the LES
Lobster, crispy oyster, crab and clam. These go on rolls. Then you eat them. Preferably with a pitcher of Belfast Bay Lobster Ale nearby. That’s what’ll happen here at this Greenpoint transplant on the LES. You love it when a plan comes together.
The Best Comedy-Club Brunch in Town
Brunch: you know the drill. But allow us to introduce a different drill: cookie-dough pancakes, red velvet waffles and Peking-duck-topped eggs benedict, which are now all happening in the brunchly hours at the Stand. You love the brunchly hours.
Just a Real Comfortable Place to Drink
Blue Moon Roofing, David Byrne and Comedy
Flaky Biscuits and Cocktails in Astoria
Dimly Lit Cocktailery in the Bowery
A Glorious Place for Glorious Clothes
Cocktailing and Cubano-ing in Harlem