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Things to do for October 04, 2012
Billy Reid, K-Pop and Tuxedo Soccer
The weekend went well over its two minutes.
Bourbon Bar Turns 365 Days Young
You: a big proponent of birthday parties. Especially ones with live music. And Four-Roses-bourbon-based shots. Also, ham... things. Tonight, Bourbon Bar is slinging all that out for the price of its age: $1. Good thing they’re not turning 50.
S’mores Martinis in Parish’s Market
When you need to buy wine and bread, you go to a market. And when you need a s’mores martini, chicken liver mousse and live ’60s music, you... also go to a market. That is, if it’s Market at Parish. Which, by the way, it’s got all that now. About time.
Tacos and K-Pop in a Secret Basement
You’ve always had suspicions about Takorea. Like something was going on just below the surface. Well, turns out you were right. There’s a secret basement bar down there with leather couches, pork tacos and, sometimes, K-pop music. Okay, formerly secret basement bar.
Playing Soccer in Your Finest Suit
There’s a soccer game happening this weekend. It’s that charity one where people (like the owners of Bone Lick and 10 Degrees South) play in ball gowns/tuxes. And if you raise $500 in pledges by Saturday, you can formally suit up, too. So, quick, organize a bikini car wash.
The Best Billy Reid Has to Offer
Speaking of tuxes, Billy Reid is holding a made-to-measure event. First, you’ll have to make an appointment. Then, show up, have a whiskey and peruse some fall fabric (tweed, flannel, cashmere) swatches. They’ll turn your choice into a pant, shirt or suit made to your exact specifications. Go ahead, ask for a flask pocket.