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Things to do for March 27, 2014
Street Food, Food Trucks and Brunch
Let there be weekend.
Free Vodka and Dopp Kits. Happy Spring.
You’re not going to Uniform. Nope. Not even if there’s a spring party with a DJ and free vodka drinks. And 20% off new gear from Gant, Ben Sherman and S&H Athletics. And a gratis Life/After/Denim dopp kit when you buy something. Okay, right, you’re going to Uniform.
Japan’s Finest at Wilderness Workshop
There are two ways to obtain seersucker pants and striped, summery shirts from elusive Japanese
dapperness-maker Ones Stroke:
1) Buy a one-way ticket to Tokyo for $1,193.
2) Walk to the Wilderness Workshop. Because they’re one of the first stores in the US to carry them. And 14 hours closer than Tokyo.
Moksa is celebrating its second anniversary the only way it knows how: by turning into an Asian street market with stalls peddling Thai papaya salads, Chinese noodles, yakitori and naan. And your ticket in earns you two cocktails, like a gin-and-Chartreuse Bangkok Dangerous. That’s one more Nicolas Cage–inspired cocktail under your belt.
Lobster Crepes and Colt 45 and Ward 8
Lobster now comes in crepe form. And french toast in casserole form. Because Ward 8 has brunch, and they’re doing whatever the hell they want. So go with it. Order up a New Orleans milk punch. Or a “poor man’s mimosa” that swaps champagne for Colt 45. The champagne of malt liquors.
Pizza and Dumplings by the Truckload
Two food trucks start rolling next week. Here’s the deal:
If you like toppings: Stoked Wood Fired Pizza Co. figured out how to cram a pizza oven into a moving vehicle.
If you like stuffings: Moyzilla figured out how to pack a cheeseburger into a non-moving dumpling. Which you can add to your non-moving face.