We heard you’re headed to the beach. Here’s 20% off a custom-tailored surfboard, c/o Swami’s and Paul Smith, to help. Also: limited-edition boat shoes from Rancourt and 28% off the best damn umbrella in the world from Blunt. Hey, when it rains, it pours.
Things to do for May 24, 2012
Endless Kielbasa, Late-Night Sliders and British Shirts
The weekend is all grit and balls.
Your New House of Brit-Mod Gear
The rain. It’s gone. So if you feel like throwing your laundry in the dryer and getting some new clothes, know that Fred Perry, your UK emporium of British mod trousers, track jackets and checkered madras shirts, has opened a Newbury shop. Bonus: 20% off starting tomorrow. Go.
Lunch on the Harbor. To Go.
If some harbor views and waterfront-ness are called for during your daily struggle to find lunchtime sustenance, know that you can land killer clam chowder—and even chargrilled hot dogs—at the new Sea Grille to-go extension out on the HarborWalk. Harbor views + hot dogs = home.
$5 Slider-ing in the Theatre District
Around 9pm every night, something happens to you. The stomach growls. The mind loses focus. And all you can think about is where to land Kobe beef, short rib and crispy scallop sliders for five bucks each while in the Theatre District. Good news: that place is Avila. You can relax now.
The Final Exhibit at Yes.Oui.Si.
The bright, beautiful, relatively new art space that is Yes.Oui.Si. has run its course, so they have decided to procure one last curated photographic and sound installation for you to drink in from now until the beginning of June, when they close. Sounds like a great second date to us.
Beer. Unlimited Apps. And Trivia.
Hump day. It’s called that for a reason. So deal with it this week with $20 at Tavern on the Water. Waiting for you there: four new canned beers from Cisco Brewers, unlimited passed apps (think: grilled kielbasa, mini ahi tuna tartare), trivia and gift card swag. You know: Wednesdays.