Your Perks: 1) An ultrathin portable battery pack with enough power to bring your phone back to life. 2) A pair of ridiculously comfortable sweatpants you’ll never want to take off. 3) A couple of stainless-steel and gold-plated watches with diamonds. For him.
Things to do for November 20, 2014
Rooftop Wine, Beachside Bourbon and Muhammad Ali
<div> A weekend saved is a weekend earned. </div>
The <em>Inception</em> of Sales
The dapper crew over at Supply & Advise are having a sale... on a sale. Basically, things that were already 30% to 50% off have an additional 25% marked off. What those things are: spring/summer staples, jackets, sweaters and scarves from the likes of Gitman Vintage and Gant Rugger. Polar vortex: 0. You: 1.
There once was a boxing legend named Muhammad Ali. He fought Joe Frazier... and won. He fought George Foreman... and won. But before all that, he came to Miami as Cassius Clay and made a name for himself. This is a movie about that. The end.
Some things to know about Love & Wine:
1. There’ll be wine (but also champagne, vodka and whiskey).
2. There’ll be food (from BLT Prime, Cibo and Batch).
3. There’ll be chef demonstrations (by Giorgio Rapicavoli and Ralph Pagano).
4. Oh, and the food and wine—they’re limitless.
That’s where the love part comes in.
Bourbon and Brunch. Brilliant.
The brunch at L’Echon is pretty great even when it’s not paired with five Cyrus Noble bourbon cocktails personally made for you by Ashley Danella. But yeah—it’s a lot more great with that.
Jazz and Drinks. Happy Sunday.
Recently, we stumbled across one of Pythagoras’s lesser-known theorems: Afro-Cuban jazz + stunning hotel restaurant + cocktails = a solid Sunday night. We’re not saying you should go to the Riviera this weekend to test it out, but those Greek philosophers usually knew what they were talking about.