You’ve got access to the ideal fireworks viewing party: it’s at Shore Club’s penthouse, where you’ll have an open bar and a 360-degree view. Your other Perks: a month’s worth of potent cold brew coffee for 20% off. (If you’re with Outlook.com, make that 30% off.) Plus a stunning, limited-edition bike from California.
Things to do for June 20, 2013
Patio Parties, Pickled Jellyfish and Game 7
Some like it weekend.
For tonight’s dinner plans, something simple. Just the five extravagant courses Chef Makoto will be serving at the James Beard House next week. You know, stuff like pickled jellyfish, razor-thin sashimi and Japanese tres leches, all paired with sake. Like we said: simple.
Huge holiday coming up. Sorry, huge non-holiday coming up. Yeah, it’s International Surfing Day. And F1rst is celebrating. So stop by. Drink a Mucho Aloha IPA. Watch Game 7 on their screen. Also, the first 50 people to spend $25 get a F1rst Heat tee. You’ve been running low on Sex Wax anyway.
This Friday’s officially the longest day of the year. Sounds like as good an excuse as any for a party. Enter: Area 31’s Summer Solstice soiree. You’ll partake in gratis appetizers on their renovated terrace, sip some Veuve and listen to a DJ spinning live. Go full-on Corey Hart.
Gratis Vino on a New Patio. Go.
Florida Cookery. Great restaurant. And now: great restaurant with a patio. Yeah, they’ve just opened up their new poolside terrace. They’re breaking in the space with a new summer seafood menu (think: watermelon-habanero ceviche), a raw bar and complimentary local brews. All the essential patio-inaugurating stuff.
If drunken crawfish, Korean-style barbecue ribs and sausage beignets sound like a dinner menu you might enjoy, well, yeah. Obviously. So you should carve out some time this Monday to drop by TwoWoks’ pop-up at Bulldog Barbecue. We’ll wait while you carve.