This week, Perks is outfitting you for fall with a collection of shirts, shoes and accessories hand-selected by our editors from Seize sur Vingt’s line of updated classics, all up to half off. To be clear: half off the price. You’ll get all of whatever you order.
Things to do for September 09, 2010
$1 Tacos, Fashion Week and Frank the Tank
The weekend is in midseason form.
Shopping is okay. Shopping while eating, drinking and listening to live music is amazing. Tomorrow, as part of a big old-fashioned fashion blowout, you can stroll from Pockets to Scoop NYC with a free drink in your hand and live music in the background. Go ahead, wear white.
Cowboys Watch Party at the Granada
Away games for the ’Boys always lack something. Like 60 yards of HD video board. But the Granada has created the next best thing, parlaying their 30-foot projection screen into a Cowboys watch party. We would hate for you to have to watch a game on a screen measured in inches.
<o>Old School</i> Showing at Central 214
There are certain pieces of entertainment that have re-watch-ability: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Caddy Shack. Your high school football reel set to “Thunderstruck.” Also: Old School. Just in time for the new semester, Central 214 is screening this modern-day classic on their patio courtyard. There may be time afterward to hit KFC.
$1 Tacos at Lee Harvey’s
On the weekends, you generally go big. Come Monday, you generally take it easy. Lee Harvey’s understands this, so they’re offering you tacos every Monday at the very laid-back price of $1. Just be warned: $1 tacos, Monday Night Football and friendly wagers can lead to competitive eating.
Half-Off Sake at Kenichi
Like wine, sake is a beverage that has a rich, complex history that you can explore while drinking lots of it. The home of the largest sake selection in the country is here to help, with half off all their best bottles ($50 or more) every Wednesday night. Save room for Godzilla rolls.