Bob Bonis ate, slept and destroyed hotel rooms with the two biggest bands of all time, in their mid-'60s prime. He came away with more than a shoebox-full of choice snapshots and a few stories that would make a groupie blush. Now for the first time ever, the photos will be on display in the Flatiron. As for the stories, he'll never tell...
Things to do for March 05, 2009
Secret Rolling Stones, Bottomless Bloody Marys and Paella at Work
The weekend comes in like a lion…
Now you can get your beloved paella at work, thanks to Socarrat's lunchtime delivery, with an extra tapas box thrown on the menu to spice things up. Your daily "siestas" will make so much more sense now.
The classic American menswear stalwart is throwing its first-ever warehouse sale. This is a big deal, literally: we're seeing $1,900 suits going for $399, and sport coats under $100. Better hurry though: they're disappearing faster than banking bonuses.
Maine's favorite seaworthy hipsters are getting ready for summer by sending off mohair cardigans, flannels and lots of other tees, shoes and jackets for up to 60 percent off online. Salty charisma sold separately.
Sure, happy hours are everywhere, but when we're talking about top-notch drink talent creating booze-inspired genius like the bourbon-fueled Black Pearl for a price we can get behind, $6 during "twilight," we get excited. As for the Zombie Punch…we'd wait until dark.
The post-colonial palace is offering a bottomless Bloody Mary bar for brunch—with Whiskey French Toast and the Double Crown Florentine if you like a few solids with your drinks—followed by a British Roast in the evening if you stick around. Patience is a virtue…