We're not advocating an entire wardrobe overhaul, but a few new pieces ought to get you through the humid season. Elie Tahari is stepping up big today with a private three-hour sale in which the entire spring collection (pants, shirts, shorts) is 40 percent off.
Things to do for April 30, 2009
Wine for Salmon, Beer for Golf and a New Shirt
The weekend feels D-Wade's pain.
Your favorite numbered wine bar is helping you find your new go-to summer wine bottle with a gratis spread of off-the-beaten-path whites from around the world. Be sure to try the Australian Gewurztraminer, which is not only a lot of fun to say but also pairs well with things like sushi and smoked salmon.
Start your evening at this exhibit, a cheeky riff on the Garden of Eden with figures in (highly) suggestive positions. Then move on to the afterparty across the street at Mayas Tapas, where complimentary sangria and plenty of gallerinas will help you make sense of it all.
Sort of a hipster flea market/carnival, this event combines all the things you love—complimentary cocktails, Grolsch and mini golf. You'll also want to swing by for sweaters by Krelwear, T-shirts from Gold Saturn and meats from artist/grill master Jason Hedges, who's bringing in a custom-made smoker.
After a season of Miami food fests, you're ready to show Broward some love. Head to the famed street festival, where 60 restaurants (including Johnny V, Yolo and Cero) and 30 wineries will test your food and wine stamina. Good thing you've been training.