Today, Perks is turning your attention to the all-suite-wonderlands known as The Venetian and The Palazzo. We’re bringing you UD-exclusive rates, automatic suite upgrades if available and two-for-one specialty cocktails. You just have to decide which exclusive package you want... Decisions, decisions.
Things to do for March 31, 2011
Pillow Fights, Caviar and a Sushi-Eating Competition
The weekend would like to see you in its office.
Smoked Everything at South City Kitchen
Tonight, somewhere between your happy hour budget projection meeting and late-night patio raid, you’ll want to pencil in some time for South City Kitchen’s four-course dinner involving all things smoked. Think Margret Duck Ham with peach Manhattans and Fennel-Smoked Diver Scallops with chardonnay. Yes, cigars count as smoked.
The March Madness of Sushi
Since your NCAA bracket didn’t pan out all that well this year, you may want to consider one with more... sushi. RA is hosting a full-on, bracket-style sushi-eating competition, where you’ll lay waste to as many uncut rolls as possible until a winner emerges. Just hope VCU doesn’t show up.
And Now, Global Pillow Fighting
Ah, the pillow fight. Its very mention calls to mind childhood buffoonery and memories of yesteryear (also, sorority houses). And this Saturday, you and the rest of the world will unite in a feathery, giggly, utter domination-y throwdown of biblical proportions. Or at least Freedom Park proportions.
Highbrow Hot Dogs at JCT.
Starting Tuesday, JCT. will be serving hot dogs. And honestly, we could probably just leave it at that and you’d be okay with it. But we’re pretty sure you’re also okay with the Coca-Cola BBQ and Chicken Liver with Apple Butter versions as well. Or maybe we’re just being presumptuous.
Whiskey and Caviar, Together at Last
You expect a certain level of cocktailery from H. Harper Station. So it may be in your best interest to show up to the four-course whiskey dinner (Maple-Lacquered Duck Breast, Concord Grape Caviar...), complete with explanations of each cocktail/dish pairing by a certified whiskeysmith. Feel free to take notes.