Perks is hooking you up with tapas and a limitless supply of margaritas for $30 in Nolita, a gift box of six cocktail-filled cupcakes from Prohibition Bakery and a veritable feast for two at sexy Italian spot Sotto 13 in the West Village—for just 30 bucks. You can thank us later.
Things to do for December 14, 2012
Lobster, Cookie Dough and Whiskey
In a blind taste test, consumers preferred the weekend two to one.
A New Temple of Dress-Shirt Perfection
The dress-shirt titans at Jeremy Argyle have opened a shiny new source for their boldly colored haberdashery. And you should know that UD Perks is giving you $100 worth of shirtage there for $50. You’d function well in a society where the currency was shirtage.
A Little Bit More Atera, with Cocktails
They once served you a rock for dessert at Atera... and it was sensational. Just imagine what they can do with a 12-seat, underground cocktail bar. Actually, don’t imagine. Go here, order something with rye and sassafras or a layered coffee and bitters. Then drink. It’s standard procedure at cocktail bars.
A Pop-Up Tie Shop in a Clam Shack
There’s no reason for Alexander Olch to put a pop-up shop full of natty ties, bow ties, handkerchiefs, belts and eggnog cocktails inside of Grey Lady’s Nor’East Clam Shack. Then again, you’ve got a strict policy of never questioning bow ties, eggnog or clam shacks. Touché, Alexander Olch.
A Brooklyn Lobster Favorite Hits the LES
Lobster, crispy oyster, crab and clam. These go on rolls. Then you eat them. Preferably with a pitcher of Belfast Bay Lobster Ale nearby. That’s what’ll happen here at this Greenpoint transplant on the LES. You love it when a plan comes together.
The Best Comedy-Club Brunch in Town
Brunch: you know the drill. But allow us to introduce a different drill: cookie-dough pancakes, red velvet waffles and Peking-duck-topped eggs benedict, which are now all happening in the brunchly hours at the Stand. You love the brunchly hours.