In Food Network’s latest episode of Meat Men, legendary butcher Pat LaFrieda unveiled his newest hand-cut prime bone-in rib steaks. Naturally, we’re sending two straight to your door. Plus, we’re hooking you up with spectacular handcrafted leather iPad cases and turning your Instagram photos into canvas masterpieces.
Things to do for April 19, 2012
Crawfish, Tang Mimosas and Steak-Eating Secretaries
Take two and call the weekend in the morning.
Anniversary Feasting at Makoto
Yep, here comes another birthday. This time, it’s Makoto. And in honor of their first year, they’re summoning all of their favorite dishes since opening day. Your job: pony up $45 and feast on eight family-style courses. Think short rib robata and Frosty Kobe Fried Rice. Family: optional.
Willis McGahee: national champion. Broncos starting running back. Also, low-impact-aerobics instructor. Yes, this Saturday, the NFL pro will be leading a session of Whipped at Equinox (think tug-of-war and interval training... with lots of spandex). It’s okay to “let” McGahee win.
Cereal Brunching at Eating House
After three months of late nights, your favorite Coral Gables pop-up is launching a Wakin-N-Bacon brunch, with $5 Tang mimosas, Cap’n Crunch Pancakes and a breakfast sausage made of maple bacon and pancakes. It’s amazing how far sausage technology has come.
According to our inside source (okay, it’s Julie Durda), Sunday’s going to be beautiful. Related: the Stage is hosting a crawfish boil, where you’ll sip on Abita specials as Shamarr Allen and the Underdawgs perform. We’re pretty sure that’s a band. We hope that’s a band.
A Holiday Worthy of Steak Frites
This Wednesday, secretaries from around the city will congregate in the name of scheduling, filing and... steak frites. That’s because DB Bistro Moderne is celebrating Administrative Professionals Day with a $24 three-course lunch and gratis happy-hour cocktails. You should really go... you know, to show your appreciation.