Your Perks: 1) 33% off a device that turns everyday things into speakers. Yes, even beach balls. 2) A secret hangover cure used by Jay Z and Gwyneth Paltrow. 3) Up to 56% off a blueprint of the most infamous revolver in the Wild, Wild West. No, not the Will Smith movie.
Things to do for July 17, 2014
A Bar Returns. A Restaurant Changes. The Weekend Lives On.
How the weekend met your mother.
Tweeds: “Hell, Just Take 30% Off”
Percent Tweeds is taking off almost everything: 30
Number of bodies you have: 1
Times your body will thank you for draping it in hand-sewn boat shoes and twill shirts: ∞
Days of summer left in which to enjoy said items: we shouldn’t have brought that up
Studio No. 7 Is Back. Also, Better.
Here’s a feel-good story: Studio No. 7 has just reopened after a fire put it out of commission a while back. And it’s now this constantly evolving gallery, test bar and restaurant situation with things like Cuban pork dumplings and caipirinhas. See, you’re feeling better already.
Grilled Cheese. Dancing. Baton Bob.
Paris on Ponce: still a big fan of Bastille Day. So pop by anytime this weekend and see what’s happening in the belated-holiday-celebrations world. A grilled cheese contest. Burlesque. Tango. Magic shows. A Baton Bob performance. Of course a Baton Bob performance.
This Makes Sense Because It’s Summer
True or False:
—Tonight, you’ll go to Doo Gallery to look at surf-related paintings and prints.
—You will not eat food from Bone Lick and Gezzo’s, drink beer or listen to surf rock bands.
—You’ll be wearing a Hawaiian shirt because it’s encouraged.
SAD BUT TRUE.
A New Thing from Doc Chey’s
Since you’ve never been one to pass up a bowl with something delicious in it, you should know that the Doc Chey’s at Emory Village is changing. It’s about to become this more fast-casual thing called Dragon Bowl where you can get pork belly bowls and steak ramen bowls. Bowls.