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Things to do for October 14, 2010
Heavy-Metal Burgers, $5 Sushi and Polo Shirts
The weekend is exhausted from miner-rescuing.
The space that was Bar Rosso is now a rock-and-roll den of beef and fries called Heavy Burger. You’ll want to bookmark this place for post-mall burger conquests of nine different patties, including the 10-ounce Angus-beefed Motley Burger and the avocado-injected Maiden. No word on Poison poppers.
We’re midway through autumn, but then again, stick your hand out the window: not so cold. So you’ll appreciate the fact that Tomas Maier is taking as much as 80% off their summer gear. Think inexpensive thin tees and swim trunks, slim-fitting polos for $30 (originally $150) and canvas jackets at just over $100.
The Viceroy’s 15th-floor restaurant has launched a sushi and sake menu, which means every weekday during happy hour, you can feast on sushi rolls and sake cocktails for $5 each. Chase that Japanese Lychee with a spicy crab/avocado/jalapeño roll. Then go home and watch Mr. Baseball.
And now to this week’s most important item: the first annual Ceviche Throwdown. You’ll make your way through 11 chef stations, stopping at each to sample marinated seafood from the likes of Timon Balloo, Douglas Rodriguez and Clay Conley (all ceviche studs) and taste 11 different wines. Suggested attire is throwdown casual.
Endless Stone Crabs
Tomorrow it becomes official: Dwyane Wade’s hamstring is fully healed. Also: stone crab season begins. Celebrate the latter at the Four Seasons’ 1435 lounge, where you can eat all the freshly harvested stone crabs you can handle, dished out to you in super-convenient one-pound increments. You deserve this.