You won't have to forgo your three-ounce slab of skillet-seared Angus chuck during Passover—the guys at BOB are rising to the occasion by sliding it onto grilled matzo instead of a bun. Let the exodus begin…
Things to do for April 09, 2009
Dollar Martinis, Matzo Burgers and BBQ Bunnies
The weekend is on the hunt.
Resurrect the three-martini lunch at Palio D'Asti for a meal of $1 martinis and Grilled Wild Boar Chops. Since all proceeds this month go to earthquake relief in Abruzzo, we think the noble thing to do is go early and often.
Your favorite Scandinavian outfitter (at least when it comes to short-sleeved poplin shirts and cotton trench coats) is doing a little spring pre-cleaning: buy two pieces and you'll get the third one free—plus, Swedes.
Doing their part to ease the state tax hike/tax day double whammy, these denim pros will pick up the sales tax on your jeans…and jackets and shirts. And maybe something for the accountant who got you that refund.
Bistro Saint Germain Opens
Like a breath of fresh Parisian air, Bistro Saint Germain (Le P'tit Laurent's little sis) is bringing your favorite French lounge fare—escargots, mussels and bavette steak—to the Lower Haight, complete with a mural of the City of Lights.
Putting an edgy spin on everything bunny, Bloodhound's spread of rabbit sausage and grilled rabbit, along with beer, smoked ham, beans and bacon-chocolate-peanut-butter brownies, makes for just about the best non-chocolate-bunny way to spend the afternoon.