This week, we’re sending you on the ultimate three-day truffle bender—replete with a dog-guided hunt and insane levels of truffle consumption—at the finest resort in Tennessee. Plus, we’re hooking you up with custom iPhone cases (designed by you) and delivering mind-blowing coffee to your doorstep every two weeks.
Things to do for January 12, 2012
Fire Pits, Blankets and Swedish Underwear
Okay, fine, the weekend will give you a high five.
An Outdoor Bar with Blankets at Poste
For its next trick, Poste would like you to have a drink in its courtyard. Tonight. Not to worry, they’re setting you up with heat lamps, fire pits, blankets built for two and an array of Prohibition-era cocktails, hot toddies and fondues. The forecast calls for melted cheese.
Southern Hospitality Opens Tonight
Your weekends in Adams Morgan just got a little more... elevated. On the bones of Adams Mill Bar & Grill comes a Southern spot replete with brick and wood, bars downstairs and up, and a menu with steaks, crab cakes and crawfish pots. And probably no LSU fans for another few months.
Behold Town Hall’s New Digs
Relocation can be jarring. But like your moves, this one is an upgrade. Glover Park’s American tavern has repositioned itself into a two-story stronghold of seemingly endless bars, dining rooms, billiard lounges and outdoor patios. Good thing your ale and your lamb pie are portable.
Presenting the White Briefs
You knew we wouldn’t let you go without discussing your underwear. Specifically, its lack of... Swedishness. Here to help: the girl with the dragon tattoo. No, actually, a Swedish designer with a line of ultralight, ultrasmooth undies with shirts designed to stay tucked in and shorts designed to... well, never mind.
Sunday Night Date Deals at 901
The Sunday night date. They never see it coming. But you always need an extra arrow in your quiver. Enter this deal, which gets you a pair of shareable plates like tuna tempura and craft beer satay, along with a bottle of vino. They’ll throw in house beer for $2 in case things go well. Or if they don’t.