Introducing Your Anti-Resolutions
And now, the cycle begins again. Once the clock strikes midnight next week, you’ll spit out that
champagne, get a good night’s rest and become a completely new, bright-eyed person. Well... maybe. And on
the off chance that actually happens—below, a few indulgences to partake in beforehand...
$1,200 Sashimi by a Nobu Alum
First, you’ll leave the city for the peninsula. Second, you’ll indulge in a seven-step staircase
involving lobster sashimi topped with a 24-karat gold leaf, caviar and Wagyu shabu-shabu. You should know
it’s all prepped by a Nobu vet of 20 years. Note: no actual stair-climbing is required.
Baskets Full of Champagne and Caviar
There’s no replicating the French Laundry’s notorious Champagne & Caviar Pairing course. But this
set comes close: it’s stocked with caviar, blanc de blancs and a blini mix prepared by the French Laundry
kitchen (with two mother-of-pearl caviar spoons) in a leather box. You knew there’d be mother-of-pearl.
Almanac’s Dandelion Chocolate Beer
You like chocolate. You like beer. So... you’ll probably like this: a chocolate beer made with 50 pounds
of Dandelion Chocolate’s cacao nibs per batch. We’re no math majors, but... that sounds like a lot.
Chocolate milk won’t know what hit it.
BRIDGING THE GAP
Bridge-to-Bridge Views from Bed
Sometimes, decadence is as simple as staying in bed. A bed that also entitles you to a helicopter ride,
dinner with gin pairings and spa treatments. Not to mention an epic view. Like we said: simple.
Horsehide Jackets at Self Edge
So Self Edge teamed up with Himel Brothers leather out of Toronto (that legendary leather town) to make this
limited-run horsehide jacket. It’ll set you back two grand, look great when you ride a motorcycle and
single-handedly get you uninvited to PETA’s holiday party.