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Things to do for April 25, 2013
Bourbon Pickles, Cuban Espresso and the Mad Hatter
Boldly going where no weekend has gone before...
This Place Has Maple-Bourbon Pickles
MC Kitchen’s opened up a specialty market next to their Design District digs. In it you’ll find stuff like Olive & Sinclair chocolate, Brooklyn Brine’s maple-bourbon pickles and pre-prepped meals like a porchetta Cuban sandwich. So, all the essentials.
Street Art. For Your Feet.
We need to talk to you about your shoes. Also, we need to talk to you about graffiti. So... let’s talk. Del Toro has a limited-edition pair of leather wingtips available now. They’d look great on you. And they’re covered in graffiti from Miami street artist Typoe. No, that’s not a typo.
Acme Takes Its Final Bow
This weekend, Acme Bakery shuts its doors forever. But first, a two-day-long goodbye BYOB brunch with a blackboard menu of specials (think: johnnycake waffles, french toast PB&Js) and 50% off all their breads. Sourdough for everyone.
Cuban espresso: savior of afternoon productivity levels. And this Saturday, at precisely 3:05pm (naturally), there’ll be a party honoring the small but mighty beverage. So go. Sip a bunch of joe. And then head to the office and catch up on work. Or don’t. Because it’s Saturday.
Alice in Wonderland. You’ve read the book. You’ve skipped the movie. And now... you’ll ride the bike tour. Yeah, that’s right. Scenes from the story are going to be staged around Wynwood. You’ll bike from one to the next. And when it’s over, you’ll attend a costume party at the Garret. Maybe shower first.