This week's perk brings you a Tokyo-style nap-and-massage pod just off Columbus Circle so you can make up for the sleep you missed watching the late returns roll in.
Things to do for November 06, 2008
A Guggenheim Sleepover, Fry Fishing and a New Hog
Yes, the weekend can...
The New Hog Pit
The infamous MPD dive is reborn as a squeaky-clean Flatiron outpost with higher ceilings, bigger tables and the same loose morals. Oh, not to mention their dish du jour: honey-dipped bacon with a side of whip cream. You know you want it.
The world's best boutique brands are converging on Barneys for an afternoon of under-the-radar goodies, including exclusive tees from Rogues Gallery, coat-waxing from Barbour and sunglass-engraving from Persol, in case your aviators feel a little impersonal.
Celebrate the release of the finest reference work of our time—we're talking about Brocabulary, naturally—appearances from the literary critics at Penthouse and spirited discussion of the "Strippercratic Oath."
You just got a second chance at the quickly sold-out one-night hotel inside the Guggenheim. Snag a ticket at the Guggenheim Gala Auction on Monday and you'll get a private New Year's dinner party for ten courtesy of Olivier Cheng, with personalized live entertainment, a live feed from Times Square and a revolving bed where a lucky couple can spin in the New Year. We promise, Dick Clark will be jealous.
The London menswear magnate tries his hand at financial stimulus with men's cashmere sweaters for $175 and woven shirts, trousers and suits as low as $400—a record low.
The uptown/downtown seafood shack is spicing up both locations with a New England-style fish fry, including Crispy Cod, Skillet-Fried Hush Puppies and industrial quantities of Old Bay.