Five bucks. That’s how much a full year of Fast Company is going for—including unfettered access to its mobile content—on Perks. Plus, in time for spring: 25% off dapper cashmere sweaters from Christopher Fischer and up to 40% off handmade, Italian leather boots from Peter Nappi. You know what to do.
Things to do for March 07, 2013
Power Lunches, Roger Corman and Strong Coffee
The weekend doesn’t spring forward. It swaggers ahead.
The New Power-Lunch Spot in Town
Now that Siena Tavern has got its dinner game down, Fabio Viviani and the Public House guys are letting you belly up to its pizza bar and mozzarella bar—or the bar bar—for your next power lunch over martinis and Kobe-meatball sandwiches. Nothing says power like a good meatball.
Your taste in modern art is refined. Much like your taste in vodka. Well, how’s this for something right up your alley, then: both of these will be in abundance at the Modern Wing—along with DJs, appetizers and young things in cocktail dresses. You have good taste in those, too.
You know him as Ron Swanson on Parks and Rec. Let’s change that. Meet Nick Offerman: former Chicagoan, extraordinary carpenter, and now a film actor who will personally introduce his new flick, Somebody Up There Likes Me, this weekend. Obviously, this requires your firmest handshake.
It’s the marathon the Son of Svengoolie would run: 24 straight hours of sci-fi and horror. We’re talking vintage Roger Corman. We’re talking Soylent Green. We’re talking a movie about Nazi zombies shown at 4:50am. Daylight savings has never been better spent.
Little Goat Hangs Out at Dose Market
Sunday’s edition of Dose Market features handsome menswear from just-launched Stock Mfg. Co and... wait, hold up. This time-change thing has thrown you way off. So first things first: seek out Little Goat here for strong coffee and something breakfast-y. Then, find the nearest Bloody Mary. Always start with the essentials.