Your Fourth of July cookouts draw an elite crowd, so we’d like to be this year’s official supplier—with 40% off cuts from Robinson’s Prime Reserve. Plus, we’re getting you 40% off shades from Modo. Or join us in Manhattan for an Independence Day penthouse blowout. (View of the fireworks included.)
Things to do for June 23, 2011
Rooftop Pools, Swimsuits and Popcorn Bread Pudding
The weekend broke a sweat once.
Summer. Now official. So you’ll want to replenish your stock of warm-weather clothes. Head to Palm Beach designer Tomas Maier’s Design District outpost for half off summer goods like Hawaiian shirts and board shorts. You can never have enough Hawaiian shirts.
BBQ at the Angler’s
Barbecuing is great, but letting someone else run the barbecue is even better. Hence tonight’s grillfest, where 18 bucks gets you St. Louis Spare Ribs with Coca-Cola BBQ sauce and sides of Fried Corn on the Cob and Jack Daniel’s Baked Beans. Consider it an edible Jack and Coke.
$5 Sliders and Beers at Haven
Happy hours are best with a side of A/C. Duck into Haven’s well-chilled indoor lounge for $7 cocktails like the Fever (pear vodka, jalapeño, lychee), $5 beers and $5 plates of Sake Cured Salmon and Buttermilk Fried Chicken Thigh Sliders. Nothing says happy hour like chicken thighs.
All-Day Access to Area 31’s Pool
You should spend all day Saturday (and/or Sunday) on a rooftop pool. Also: drinking wine. Hit Area 31 this weekend for their Raw, Rosé, Refresh parties, where glasses of rosé, shrimp ceviche and day passes to the 16th-floor pool are $5 each. It’s all about the Lincolns.
The crew from Michael’s Genuine and indie O Cinema are teaming up for a dinner and movie night. On the screen: comedy doc The Life of Reilly (about actor Charles Nelson Reilly). On your plate: slow-roasted pork shoulder, Georgia peach salad and popcorn bread pudding. Second only to Milk Dud bread pudding.