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
Stilt-Walkers, Bettie Page and Buttered-Popcorn Gelato
The weekend has begun its title defense.
Sushi from a Former Le Cirque Chef
You know Bondst. The sushi joint at the Townhouse. Well, they have a new chef. And he hails from Le Cirque. To honor his arrival: a special three-course menu filled with things like crab cakes, blistered shishito peppers and avocado tacos. That... is how you make a first impression.
Pinups on the Big Screen
Bettie Page. Legend, actress, wearer of... well, next to nothing. Tonight, get to see a bit more of her at a screening of her biopic, Bettie Page Reveals All. Photographer Bunny Yeager will be on hand to autograph copies of her new pinup photography book. You’ll buy it for the articles.
In case you didn’t get enough sugar yesterday, we’ve got a certain cocktail party that might interest you. Pastry chef Hedy Goldsmith is throwing a confectionary fete at Marlins Park. On hand to taste: buttered-popcorn gelato, tangerine creamsicle pot de crème and cookies. Normal, non-fun-size cookies.
At this picnic party by the bay, the folks from the Fed will be slinging plates full of fried chicken along with sides and sweets from Whole Foods. Also, there’ll be a pie contest judged by Lee Schrager and Hedy Goldsmith. Yup, there’s that Hedy Goldsmith again.
And now, for something black-tie/white-mask suggested—Pinecrest Gardens is hosting a masquerade ball this Saturday. You’ll break out your most formal face gear, and they’ll supply you with four hours’ worth of cocktails, brass bands, stilt-walkers and fire-eaters. Stilt happens.