On May 4, Perks is getting you into your choice of two mint-julep-fueled Kentucky Derby parties: Tipsy Parson’s massive annual bash or a glamorous gathering at Royalton’s famed hotel bar. (Don’t forget your hat.) Also: here’s 22% off a dozen mind-blowing bagels—including tequila-infused ones. Just in time for Cinco de Mayo...
Things to do for April 26, 2013
Tequila, Rooftops and Sriracha Tacos
The names have been changed to protect the weekend.
Tequila. Sriracha Tacos. Outside. Now.
Tequila: you enjoy it. And you love terraces with the enthusiasm of a thousand Guy Fieris. So now Tequila Park exists on Hudson’s terrace. And it’s packing a bacon-hibiscus margarita, a kimchi Bloody Mary and sriracha cheesesteak tacos to boot. They’re just daring you not to come.
Looking Good in Warhol’s Old Digs
Once upon a time, Andy Warhol lived in a place in SoHo. Now, that place is where you’re going for devastatingly handsome spring-weight sport coats, completely socially acceptable color-block shorts and some one-off weekend bags. They’ve also put in a koi pond. (In the future, all koi will be famous for 15 minutes.)
Bagels from a Per Se Baking Vet
For a Per Se and Roberta’s vet, the obvious next move is... bagels at Smorgasburg. Anyway, you can now get rye-flour pumpernickel everythings, onion-garlics with the onion on the inside and cultured cream cheese by the jar. We’ve even heard tell of people putting the cream cheese on the bagels. Crazy.
Bi-Level Brunching in Greenwich Village
There’s a point where you just say, “Enough is enough. I don’t want any more fresh-squeezed-tomato Bloodys or pork-belly hash.” Since that’s not true at all, you should probably head to the bi-level whitewashed pop-art haven that is Greenwich Project for brunch. Because that’s what they do.
Output, Now with a Rooftop Bar
Output’s been rhythmically luring you into Williamsburg with its LED lights and egalitarian door policy for months now. And now it’s plotting to keep your attention with a 2,500-square-foot rooftop penthouse and bar with DJ Recloose on the 1s and 2s. They know you so well.