This week, we’re getting you brunch with bottomless sangria at Rayuela on the LES... for 30 bucks. Also: a bespoke shirt from Bellucci Napoli at a fraction of the going rate (evening of wine and pizza: included). Finally, 53% off dinner and bottle service at the Hamptons’ wildest champagne-soaked party.
Things to do for July 26, 2012
Foie Gras Pancakes Are Part of This Weekend’s Balanced Breakfast
The weekend is an art, not a science.
90% Off Just for Going to Brooklyn
Suffice it to say, “the man” makes you wear clothes most of the time. Nothing you can do about that. Nothing except pick up a few button-downs from Band of Outsiders and some shorts from Our Legacy for up to 90% off. You know, if you’re going to wear shorts...
Lunch Is Now Possible at Perla
When a place says they’re open for lunch on the weekends from 11:30am to 2:30pm, the civilized world calls it “brunch.” For some reason, Perla is not doing that. Instead, they’re meeting all your midday cavatelli, crispy branzino and foie gras pancake needs and sticking with “lunch.” You’ll let it slide.
The Olympics on a 30-Foot Screen
You’ve been wondering what they’re going to do for the Olympics with that massive TV outside Eventi. And if you guessed “show them, while simultaneously holding tugs-of-war, beer-related competitions and scavenger hunts with witty fake commentary,” well, nailed it.
French Cinema on a Midtown Rooftop
Rooftops, caviar, nachos, cocktails, French cinema and Shark Week. In no order, those are your six favorite things. Five of them will be happening for you at this monthly shindig on the terrace of the Peninsula. Sadly, Shark Week is the odd man out.
Jerry Seinfeld’s a Funny Guy
Jerry Seinfeld: maybe you’ve heard of him. Had a TV show. Makes humorous observations about daily life. Owns many Porsches. Anyway, he’s doing stand-up in New York for the first time in 14 years, and tickets go on sale Monday. Something tells us they won’t be available Tuesday.