On the weeknight of your choosing, you’re getting endless sake and two impossibly fresh sushi rolls at Mr. Robata. And you’re getting it for 45 bucks. Your other Perks: a date-worthy night of wine and charcuterie at Tribeca’s Maslow 6 and 40% off tennis lessons at Grand Central. These Perks won’t last forever...
Things to do for July 05, 2012
Lobster, Dance Floors and M. Wells
If you need your hydrant opened, just call the weekend.
A Journey to the Heart of Popcorn
Well, it’s happened. There’s now such a thing as “seasonal” popcorn. Naturally, it’s organic (coming from the mystical popcorn bush). And this place has it in orange vanilla, raspberry chocolate drizzle and sun-dried tomato with basil and white cheddar flavors. May go better with Bergman than Sandler.
Your Between-Dances Lobster Is Here
If there’s anything that brings your moves to the next level, it’s a well-mayo’d lobster roll. Which is why you can grab one while regrouping from punishing the dance floor at the Anchor for the rest of the summer. Also great for regrouping from rum.
75% Off a Sampling of Richard Chai
You’ve never been shy about polka dots or florals. And damn it, you never should be. In fact, we think you should probably pick up some more (and maybe a pair or two of mint-green trousers) from Richard Chai. No one tells you you can’t pull off orchid print.
The Return of PS1’s Warm Up
A courtyard can be a lot of things. For instance, it can be home to epic, all-day DJ sets with food from M. Wells and avant-garde design installations... and Thom Yorke. Or, you know, this one can definitely be that.
Roasted Bone Marrow, Now Kosher
You’re into roasted bone marrow, Cornish hen and whole branzino. And if it conforms to the exacting and delicious standards of the Jewish faith—that’s just aces. This new SoHo kosher dining experience has a version of The Last Supper with Woody Allen hanging on the wall. Which alone is worth the visit.