This year, you’re getting the most prized breed of turkeys—a USDA Grade A, all-natural beauty from Robinson’s—delivered, for 30% off. And since you’ll need something to carve it with, we’re getting you up to 64% off the sharpest knives on earth. And, not Thanksgiving-y, but still: some handsome, exclusive vintage furniture.
Things to do for November 01, 2012
Murdering Pumpkins... and a Big Ol’ Bowl of Spiked Punch
The following weekend is based on a true story.
Four Hours of Cocktails at Billy Reid
Billy Reid. Sometimes, you go there to buy an Italian wool sport jacket. Other times, to eat free food from Restaurant Eugene and throw back gratis vodka cocktails. Tonight: one of those other times. The reason: an open house for women’s clothing. But the drinks, those are unisex.
The Return of Pumpkin Destruction Day
So, Halloween is over. Let’s kill some pumpkins. The spot: Rock Ranch. Will there be some kiddie stuff: sure. Will there also be a monster truck, 40-foot crane and cannon there for the sole purpose of smashing pumpkins: sure.
Mexican Booze Punch at Bone Garden
This Saturday, grab someone (anyone will do) and head to Bone Garden. They’re having a Day of the Dead party. Which, in case you didn’t know, seems to involve traditional Mexican dancers, pulled-pork tinga and punch. The spiked kind. It’s a lovely holiday, that Day of the Dead.
Celebrating the End... in a Museum
Fifty days. According to the Mayans, that’s when the world ends. So... better make these last few weeks count. Hey, look, here’s an apocalypse-themed party inside a private museum with an open bar, a DJ, dancers and art by ancient shamans. If you gotta go, go with a gratis gimlet.
Fox Bros. Is Cooking Thanksgiving
Candy. So much candy. You’ve... had enough with the candy. Which is good, because it’s time to talk turkey. Enter Fox Bros. They’ll be doing special cater orders for Thanksgiving this year. Think 14-pound smoked birds. With gravy. And a bunch of sides like cornbread dressing, mac and cheese, and chocolate pie. Get extra.