Lasagna. Delicious, but could be more... dessert-y. Case in point: lasagna cupcakes from HeirloomLA—who’ve cooked up some exclusive flavors that we’ll FedEx to you by the dozen. Plus, Fracture is printing your photographic masterworks on glass for a fraction of the price. Even the one with the bearskin rug.
Things to do for March 17, 2011
Bottomless Oysters, Bathing Suits and 17 Pizzas
The weekend’s productivity may temporarily decline.
Not Green. Just Beer.
You’ve never been one for green beer at 7am. Traditional Irish ales at noon, however: that’s another thing. AdMo’s beer bar opened at noon today, pouring Irish beer and serving corned beef and cabbage. Besides, we hear there’s a game on.
Tickets on Sale for Hank’s Oyster Fest
Let’s fast-forward a month. It will be warmer. But you’ll still want oysters. And beer. So get your tickets now for Hank’s annual oyster fest, where you can feast on bottomless quantities of East and West Coast oysters, craft brews and onion rings. It’s okay, you can take a day off from golf.
Pizza No. 17 Now Open in Dupont
This cozy new Dupont pizza joint wood-fires eight-inch pies (yes, you’ll want two). Take a seat at the farmhouse tables on the front patio or at the tiny bar, where they’re pouring a dozen wines by the glass. Get two of those also.
Warehouse Clearance at Hudson Trail
Nature is calling. We hope you’re listening. At its two warehouses, the local outfitter Hudson Trail is taking up to 80% off everything from sleeping bags to climbing gear to stand-up paddleboards. Sleeping on your paddleboard: not recommended.
You know Wolf vs Goat as your local purveyor of after-dinner shirts, but on Sunday they’re hosting their first trunk show, complete with gratis drinks and snacks, and an early look at their spring line of short-sleeve shirts, tees, even a one-piece bathing suit. For your 1920s-themed Memorial Day party.