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Things to do for July 05, 2012
Oysters, Lingerie and Canada. This Is Your Weekend.
A watched weekend never boils.
Meet the Oyster Gourmet
If you haven’t yet met the Oyster Gourmet, well... his name is the Oyster Gourmet. He’s spending a lot more time at Church & State these days, and he’s bringing his pop-up oyster bar and some shallot and vinegar mignonette. And oysters. Lots of oysters.
Piles and Piles of Half-Off Lingerie
Everybody’s wearing less clothing this time of year. You support this. In many forms. One example: heading over to the big sale at Agent Provocateur, so you can gift somebody special a bunch of half-off lingerie. Half-off as in marked down by 50%. Just to be clear.
Endless Poutine in Westwood
Call it a hunch: you’ve got a wild Friday night in store. Call it another hunch: Saturday morning, you might need to visit a new poutine bar, where you can get a mound of cheesy, gravy-y fries topped with everything from filet mignon to mussels. And a Dirty French Canadian. That’s a drink.
Shopping for pants always makes you hungry. Or not. Either way, chef Laurent Quenioux—the wild Frenchman from Bistro LQ—is popping up at the restaurant inside Barneys for three nights of rabbit tartare, lamb loin and wine. There’s a strict no-return policy.