The retro-Americana outfitters are offering 70 to 75 percent off flannels, jeans and everything else in stock—the vast majority of which is not actually gold-plated.
Things to do for March 12, 2009
Free Dinner, School Girls and a Brand-New Hotel Bar
The weekend is staging a last-minute rally.
EVill's newest glass tower is still short a restaurant, but they're rolling out the next best thing: their very own hotel bar. The second-floor lounge is now open with a mild 11pm last call that they make up for with a back garden filled with bamboo shrubs, Zen gravel and pleasantly sauced European women.
The bacon-wrapped institution answers your late-night prayers with a new corn dog made from a mushroom-like corn spore called huitlacoche, courtesy of Tailor's Sam Mason. Add in some new Crif gear and a few new cocktails (like the gin-soaked Blackthorn Rose) and you'll forget you're eating a mushroom-like corn spore called huitlacoche.
Noho's most mischievous pop-art mart is going live. Sharpie impressionist Jason Polan will be spending his Saturday in their shop window, doing sketches of whatever you want for $20 a pop. We suggest something whimsical… like a bull market.
Chelsea's buzziest new pizza tour de force is going the brunch route with a special Sunday pie called the Bird Nest, topped with béchamel, buffalo mozzarella, Gruyère, asparagus and two poached eggs. Sadly, the Bloody Mary Calzone is still a work in progress.
Gossip Girl continues to infect the UES, as mild-mannered restaurant Park Avenue Winter celebrates its cameo on the show by dishing out free dinners and tequila shots to anyone dressed as a schoolgirl. (We hear this is also big in Japan.)
Advance tickets to the annual Midtown meatfest just went on the block, offering you an all-day pass to 14 different styles of regional barbecue and a metric ton of coleslaw.