Things to do for April 17, 2014
A Speakeasy, a Corner Office and a Bulla Brunch
The weekend doesn’t want to take a picture with the Easter Bunny.
Covert Whiskey-ing over Tobacco Road
Tobacco Road is old. Al-Capone-used-to-gamble-here old. But you’re never too old to open an upstairs speakeasy: the Cocktail Collection is the newly retrofitted lounge where you’ll find live music and a Smoke Fashion, which is like a Manhattan spilled into an Old Fashioned. Somebody’s got to clean up the mess...
Work Here. It’s Above the Corner.
It’s 5pm and you’re craving an Elder Statesman from the Corner. Fortunately, your commute is just four floors down. Yep, the owners of the Corner just opened Skye Studios—a modern loft with sleek all-white desks where you can get some work done before you go downstairs and... get some work done.
Short Rib and Flamenco at the Traymore
You love a good Colorado veal short rib. But sometimes it just needs a little something extra... like flamenco music. So bring your date to the Traymore on Friday for a four-course prix fixe dinner (yes, that short rib will show) and Chema Vílchez’s Spanish guitar. Castanets not included.
A Bottomless-Sangria Brunch at Bulla
Well, Friday night is now Saturday morning—and you saw the whole transition. Sounds like you might need Bulla Gastrobar’s new three-course brunch tasting menu, with a choice of dishes like the Cochinillo Hash, the BLT Bulla and churros con chocolate. Something’s got to keep the bottomless sangria company.
It’s Part Art Thing, Part Cardio
The Site-Specific Performance Series is back in the Design District, which means four different performances at four locations, all within walking distance—only one of which seems to involve a short film about a raven-haired succubus living in Biscayne Bay. Pretty sure you’re Facebook friends.