This week, Perks is bringing you a gratis high-tech personal training session at the Fontainebleau Spa. (Two words: virtual trainer.) You’ll also get half off your next Jeremy Argyle shirt, cut with just enough tail to be tucked, but not so much that you can’t wear the shirt untucked. It’s like the Golden Mean of shirting.
Things to do for July 08, 2010
Double Wine, Cheesy BLTs and a Huge Garage Sale
The weekend will explain everything at 9pm.
If Miami’s regular Visitor Center isn’t quite strange enough for you, you might want to check out the fake one set up by art-world hucksters Bas Fisher Invitational tomorrow night. Called “Weird Miami,” it showcases... well, the weirder parts of Miami. More good news: they’ll also be doing Sunday bus tours starting July 18.
You’re always on the lookout for spots to hold your fiscally responsible power lunches, and come Monday you’ll have another. The Viceroy is launching a new wallet-friendly lunch service in the Eos space, with items as low as $5 and no more than $22. Try the $15 “bento” box, a three-courser with things like a grilled cheese BLT and key lime pie.
We’ve just learned about a fantastic deal at Eno’s. On Monday and Tuesday nights, your wine cards for the enomatic machines count double—so $20 equals $40, $30 equals $60, all the way up to $50 equaling $100. Now if we could just get this to work at the ATM...
Big Bounce and Florida Room Rejoice
Tuesday nights usually find you tucked into a booth at the Delano’s subterranean lounge, sipping retro cocktails and absorbing the piano-rock/beat-box sounds of Big Bounce Collective. (Either that, or counseling Bosh and D-Wade.) This Tuesday, you can celebrate two years of this rugged nightlife partnership with a gratis toast of champagne.
Wednesday is just your typical night of absinthe cocktails and Peruvian menswear in a parking lot. We’ll explain: up on the seventh floor of the new Herzog & de Meuron structure, you’ll be able to inspect Peruvian fashion line .a different fur’s new collection (think charcoal blazers and pants) in one of the most beautiful garage sales ever conceived. Plus, there’ll be absinthe, which always helps.