Things to do for April 21, 2011

The Weekender

25-Cent Beers, Food Trucks and an Iron Chef

The weekend already swept the Trail Blazers.

Thursday
Handsomeness in a Box, for 44% Off
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Handsomeness in a Box, for 44% Off

We’ve hand-selected the finest shaving products Nickel has to offer—and we’re giving them to you for 44% off. Never before in history has such a collection of luxurious grooming material been assembled in one place. (Well, outside of Tom Selleck’s medicine cabinet...)

25-Cent Beers and Gratis Food
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25-Cent Beers and Gratis Food

The Crown and Harp—your new hybrid British/Irish pub on Greenville—is requesting your presence tonight. They’re serving up gratis beef sliders, rolling out an open mic night and a DJ on both levels, and pouring pints for a quarter. Sorry, they don’t take pounds.

Friday
Eatzi’s: Now Serving Your Next Party
CASSANDRA’S DREAM

Eatzi’s: Now Serving Your Next Party

It’s just a fact—you love Eatzi’s. The salad chefs. The spinach dip. The blonde in yoga pants in the checkout line. And now you can have them cater your Easter egg hunt, thanks to their new catering company, Cassandra. We’ll make sure the yoga pants girl gets an invite.

Saturday
Food Trucks, a Beer Hall and the O’s
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Food Trucks, a Beer Hall and the O’s

You’re a big supporter of Earth. (All but one of your vacation homes are there.) Do more supporting this weekend, with pints at the Earth Day beer garden, gourmet burritos from a food truck lot and a live concert from the O’s. Fire up your hybrid helicopter.

Sunday
’80s Rock and an Easter Egg Hunt
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’80s Rock and an Easter Egg Hunt

You always said Easter could use more eggs filled with gold. And “Pretty in Pink.” So the Granada is hosting an ’80s-themed Easter egg hunt with the Psychedelic Furs. It’s how the Easter Bunny would want it.

Wednesday
A Private Party from an Iron Chef
GO FIG

A Private Party from an Iron Chef

The Fashion Industry Gallery and Iron Chef Kent Rathbun are hosting a booze-fueled food fest with over 30 food stations from local restaurants, a cocktail bar and wine booths. Oh, and a competition judged by the Iron Chef himself. No word on if they’ll break out the gong.

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