Things to do for May 26, 2011

The Weekender

New Suits, Boozy Arnold Palmers and Fish Tacos

The weekend will be wearing white.

Thursday
Fish Tacos on the Sly at PS 7’s
FISHY

Fish Tacos on the Sly at PS 7’s

You already know you can get a mean off-menu cocktail here. So might as well throw in a trio of off-menu fish tacos at the bar or on the sidewalk patio. On Monday and Tuesday, pair them with $3 beers and $4 wine. Pretty soon, you’ll just write your own menu.

Daily, during dinner hours, $12, PS 7’s, 777 I St NW, 202-742-8550

Friday
Custom Suit Deals from the Tailored Man
LAY IT ON THE LINEN

Custom Suit Deals from the Tailored Man

It’s time to overhaul your suits for summer. Here’s a good place to start: this tailor who’s been outfitting senators and Redskins alike for 50 years. To celebrate, he’s knocking $500 off a package of two suits and three shirts, or $50 off four shirts.

Saturday
Backyard Grill-Out at Lost Boys
DOG DAYS

Backyard Grill-Out at Lost Boys

You’re not above perusing a sales rack at one of your favorite stores. Especially if they’ll put a hot dog and a spiked Arnold Palmer in your hands before you do it. Lost Boys will be grilling in the backyard and selling discounted merch out front. So the clothes don’t get grill marks.

May 28, noon-3pm, Lost Boys, 1033 31st St NW, 202-333-0093

Monday
Bottomless Mimosas at the Pug
PUG-ILISTIC

Bottomless Mimosas at the Pug

Your favorite boxing and soccer bar is throwing open its doors at 11am on the holiday, and throwing bottomless mimosas your way for $10. You can also get a sneak peek at their lunch menu of burgers, dogs and adobo, which launches next Friday.

May 30, 11am-3pm, The Pug, 1234 H St NE

Chili Cook-Off at Café Saint-Ex
SO MUCH CHILI

Chili Cook-Off at Café Saint-Ex

It happens every time: a few mimosas and you’re in the mood for chili. Fortunately, Saint-Ex is responding by closing down T Street, inviting seven chefs to serve up their best chili recipes and rolling in a beer truck. You’ll have to add your own OJ to the beer.

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