Consider these your Perks: 1) Pastrami from NYC, cheesesteaks from Philly and other iconic American foods—for 40% off. 2) $75 worth of NASA-approved shirts and trousers from Ministry of Supply, for $50. 3) Acclaimed wine and cocktail accessories from Soireehome. Time to drink like you mean it.
Things to do for October 24, 2013
Body Painting, Extinct Cars and Late-Night Sliders
The weekend is getting beard.
Here’s the Part About Sweaters and Beer
Uniform. Great place for chunky sweaters and peacoats right about now. But it’s a better place for a Ben Sherman trunk show with gratis beers from Victory and a live DJ. Plus discounts on all their fall and winter gear. That’s why we mentioned chunky sweaters and peacoats earlier.
If you like things from boot-shaped countries, go to Mr. Sid for an evening of pasta, wine, gelato and suits from the likes of Brioni and Zegna. If you don’t like those things, don’t go to Mr. Sid tonight.
Drinking. Dancing. Body Painting.
There’s a Halloween dance party at the Estate called the Haunted Castle. There’ll be a cocktail reception, costume contests and body painting. But it’s not in an actual haunted castle, because that might be less fun. And probably wouldn’t involve body painting.
Ways the Larz Anderson Auto Museum is like Jurassic Park this weekend: you can see hundreds of extinct things there. Ways it is not like Jurassic Park this weekend: those things are extinct cars like Studebakers and Packards, not dinosaurs. And no Jeff Goldblum.
So Tico is opening itself up this Sunday night for a scary Halloween party with a DJ, tequila tastings and a late-night buffet with bacon-cheeseburger sliders. Actually, that sounds delicious. Not scary.