This week, we’re sending you a box of white truffles fit for the world’s best restaurants—including the French Laundry and Masa—directly from Italy, for 25% off. Your other Perks: classic cocktails by the bottle (all made from extremely rare booze) and 25% off the revolutionary fitness device Pear Mobile.
Things to do for November 15, 2012
Beer Ice Cream, New Watches and Leather Jackets
The weekend is calling shotgun.
A Handsome Watch Shop in Buckhead
Well, it’s just about Christmas-list-hint-dropping time. A good place to start: Hublot. Swiss watchmaking brand. Specializes in hefty titanium pieces with hornback crocodile straps. Well, they just opened their first shop in Georgia. The watches start at $10,000, so maybe start being really nice to your friends. Or maybe try Santa.
Brando. Springsteen. You. All have one thing in common: a transformative influence on American pop culture. Wait, no, that’s not it. You all look great in leather. Which reminds us: Bloomingdale’s is taking 30% off leather jackets from Schott, who just happened to outfit Marlon and Bruce. Motorcycle not included.
Music. Revelry. The French.
The French-American Chamber of Commerce. Apparently, it exists. And apparently, they like to party. Head to Opera tomorrow night (they’ve rented it out for a few hours), and you’ll find an open bar. And for entertainment: Blair Crimmins and the Hookers. To be clear, that’s a band.
If you’re planning to drink beer this weekend, maybe stop by Beer Growler Nation. They’re having a 10-hour party with live indie music and gratis tastings from Pine Street Market, the Cheese Course and the beer ice cream makers at Frozen Pints. In case you’re planning to eat beer this weekend, too.
The St. Regis Ice Skating Rink Returns
The ice skating rink at the St. Regis. You know it. You love it. You perfected your triple-axel on it. Anyway, it’s back again. And this year, they’re having sporadic adults-only skate parties. There’ll be s’mores. There’ll be champagne. There’ll be... rooms available in case skating really wears you out.