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Things to do for January 10, 2013
A Little Dim Sum and a Lot of Champagne
Two wrongs don’t make a weekend.
Hot Shaves at Junior & Hatter
Drinking and straight-razor shaving. Something... you probably shouldn’t try without professional assistance. Enter: Junior & Hatter. They’re now doing the whole hot-shave-and-cold-beer thing at their Wynwood salon. They’ll wield the razor, you’ll sip the pint. It’s for the best.
Spaghetti from a <em>Hell’s Kitchen</em> Chef
Meet Alba. It’s a breezy new trattoria on the beach that’s helmed by a Hell’s Kitchen chef, adorned with photos of Sophia Loren and serving up a mean spaghetti puttanesca. You two are going to be great friends.
A Bar for Caipirinhas and Popcorn
When one bar closes, another one opens. In this case, it’s so long Jeronimo’s and hello Radio. The beachside pop-up is going to be your new spot for Thai-chili caipirinhas (from a Living Room/Yardbird vet) and... popcorn. Yup, they’ve got one of those old-school poppers here. You like those.
Champagne That Goes On Forever
You’ve been around the block enough times to know how a bottomless brunch works. Well, OTC is doing one of those on Sunday. There’ll be chicken and waffles. There’ll be omelets with fresh Maine lobster. And there’ll be a champagne flute. That of the endless variety.
All Sorts of Sunday Dim Sum
There’s a serious dim sum situation happening deep in the recesses of Wynwood on Sunday. It goes by the name of Bloom, and it’s wrapping up all sorts of proteins (think pork and short rib) inside all sorts of doughy dumplings. We suggest trying... everything.