This week's perk charts you a nautical route to the Hamptons...giving you one less reason to drive through Queens.
Things to do for April 25, 2008
The Weekend Starts Here
The weekend will be outside all weekend.
You'll have yet another opportunity to get through the door of this cozy West Village favorite, now that they're rolling out a midday menu featuring Sangria Skirt Steak and Spiced Fries. Unfortunately, they're only opening five tables to reservations, so you'll still have to use some charm to get seated. Not that that's ever been a problem...
The Met tries its hand at a rooftop lounge, with cocktails, sandwiches and an enormous metallic-green balloon animal. The park view should cancel out the eerie feeling you're at an oversized child's birthday party.
The old-school Scandanavian clothing line is taking to the streets, with a pedal-powered wagon selling sneakers, boots and spring jackets. And unlike the usual street goods, you won't regret your purchase ten minutes later.
The UWS sibling of the beloved clam shack unveils sidewalk seating and a brand new brunch, including Crab Benny and Eggs Latino, in case you're tired of Eggs Caucasian.
L'Uomo Closeout Sale
The West Village globetrotters lost their lease to Ralph Lauren, but their loss is your gain. Before they move to West 4th, they're clearing house with 50% to 70% off their stock of Italian designer shirts and jackets.
MoMA takes us through a decade of legendary Esquire covers ('62 to '72, for the curious) in gallery form. Highlights include Muhammad Ali as St. Sebastian, Norman Mailer as King Kong and Nixon caught putting on makeup. Man at his best...