Things to do for February 14, 2013

The Weekender

Joey Ramone’s Records, Your New Blazer and Beer Care Packages

There’s no weekend like the present.

Balthazar Does London
BRITISH INVASION

Balthazar Does London

Quick, go to your filing cabinet and pull out the “Next Time I’m in London” file. And if for some strange reason you don’t have one... just take a note that NYC restaurant legend Keith McNally is about to open the London version of that French brasserie-y institution, Balthazar. Then update your filing cabinet.

Thank-You Cards, Now with More Beer
THANKS GIVING

Thank-You Cards, Now with More Beer

You have friends. And sometimes those friends do things for you. And when those friends do things for you, you should thank them. Possibly by having some beef jerky and a six-pack delivered to their door. Well, in NYC, there’s a service that does exactly that—and now they’re going national. Go on, thank someone.

Owning Joey Ramone’s Record Collection
PUNK’D

Owning Joey Ramone’s Record Collection

Joey Ramone’s private record collection is up for auction right now. There’s like 97 albums in there. Cream. The Kinks. You name it. Not to mention things like a bunch of his old T-shirts, some handwritten lyrics and his personal rolodex. In case you want to give the other Ramones a call.

Gigantic Steven Alan Sale. Get to It.
SALE-ING

Gigantic Steven Alan Sale. Get to It.

When it comes to wearing clothes, you definitely... do that. So it only makes sense to do that better. Enter Steven Alan. Also enter the fact that you’re looking at paying 40% less on henleys, wool ties, shawl-collar blazers and all that stuff. It’s a big sale. You love those.

A Table Made of Boardwalk. Why Not.
SURF’S UP

A Table Made of Boardwalk. Why Not.

It’s not summer right now. But it’s not always not going to be summer. Which is one of the reasons why you’ll want to know about this new collaboration between Saturdays and French garment-slinger Colette. There’s beach totes. Polka-dot T-shirts. And a table made out of Coney Island boardwalk. Don’t worry, they washed the sand off.

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