This Thanksgiving, you’re thinking beyond the turkey—by flanking your game bird with assorted chops, ribs and filets from Robinson’s Prime Reserve. $65 gets you $100 of the same premium meats that presidents, royalty and rock stars have enjoyed. Which works out, considering your Thanksgiving guest list (we’re looking at you, Bush Senior).
Things to do for November 11, 2010
Free Margaritas, Duck Waffles and a Bikini Sale
The weekend is going to go home, enjoy this one, and then it’s back to work on Monday.
In this great city of ours, it’s always swimsuit season. And negligee season. So you’ll like this warehouse sale, where Vilebrequin’s durable line of swim trunks starts at $25, and La Perla lingerie, underthings and bikinis are up to 80% off. You remain steadfastly pro-bikini.
Consuming Free Margaritas and Tacos
It’s not every day a tequila bar opens with four hours of free food and drinks. In fact, it almost never happens. But today it will. In honor of their shiny new agave bar, Tacontento is dishing you frozen ’ritas, shots, Mexican beer, shrimp and pork tacos and chicken quesadillas. Price: nada.
Friday night is the official start of your weekend, and now you can usher it in with Pear Sidecars, old-school mint juleps and tuna tacos at the Mondrian’s relaunched happy hour out by the pool. Everything is $8, including valet, cocktails and small plates of Char Sui Beef Sliders.
Another weekend, another liquor-fueled art party. This time, you’ll be treated to an open bar with rum cocktails, a grilled cheese station, pizza, cupcakes and a performance by the DJ outfit Panic Bomber. Oh yeah, you can also walk away with some art.
This Sunday, you could do scrambled eggs and pancakes. That’d be fine. Or you could frog leg it up with Sugarcane’s new brunch, with Truffled Toad in the Hole (frog legs on brioche) and Duck and Waffles with mustard maple syrup. No word on whether it’s Dijon mustard maple syrup.