Things to do for February 13, 2014
Fried Chicken, Dueling Bartenders and Winter Gear
It was the weekend of our discontent.
**Late-Night Fried-Chicken Alert**
Sarma’s Turkish fried chicken: delicious. You know that. But lately you’ve been thinking it’d be even more delicious if you could have it after 11pm. Sarma recognized that, and swiftly launched a late-night bar menu with fritters and buñuelos. Oh, and that fried chicken. Obviously.
Valentine’s Day with Sault and Uniform
Sault and Uniform are holding Valentine’s-y events just blocks from each other. Here’s your cheat
Sault: Blood-orange-based cocktails; free Apotheker’s chocolate. Uniform: Vodka; 40% off fall and winter apparel.
The Special Offerings
Sault: Flowers. Uniform: Jack Black grooming products with purchase.
You’re on your own for that one.
Toro NYC Comes Home. Sort Of.
Ken Oringer is bringing his choice tapas—fried chicken liver, jamón ibérico, etc.—from Toro NYC back to Boston. They’re available for a limited time at Clio’s bar. Presumably because serving them at Toro would be too easy.
Anti-Valentine’s at Area Four
Sure, everyone complains about Valentine’s Day. But Area Four is actually doing something about it. Specifically, holding two nights with sad movies (Blue Valentine for one), breakup soundtracks, spice-laden Angry Pizza and mean candy hearts. Bring a date and really confuse them.
Four Bartenders Enter. Everyone Drinks.
The Sinclair’s Cocktail Wars, by the numbers:
Number of dueling bartenders: 4
Dollars required to purchase one of their competing cocktails: 5
Mystery components revealed in the final round: 2
Minutes they have to make the winning libation: 20
Percentage of attendees who win, really: 100