Your Perks: 1) A canvas Banksy print. Maybe you’ve heard of him? Makes infamous street art/holiday gifts. 2) An extremely intelligently designed umbrella. No shame in having an umbrella that’s smarter than you. 3) A slew of vintage Rolex and Cartier watches. Like, basically all of them.
Things to do for December 04, 2014
4am Pizza, Suits and Breakfast Tamales
The weekend bubble will never burst.
Two New Asian Places to Eat Food
Behind Door Number #1: Chinese Mirch, a spice-laden lair where Chinese/Indian cooking and
giant red leather booths collide.
Behind Door Number #2: Mix-It, your new Cambridge go-to for kimchi udon noodles and sushi topped with edible gold.
Behind Door Number #3: Probably a new car or something.
Look Who’s Juicing Now
Something that isn’t true: Frequenting a new juice bar is a bad idea this time of
Something that is true: Thirst has opened downtown. In it: chocolate chili acai bowls, cantaloupe-kale juices and other things to help justify all that eggnog down the road. Anything for eggnog.
Mr. Sid: Great clothing store, not a bar. The Hawthorne: Great bar, not a clothing store. These two vexing problems are solved tonight when Mr. Sid brings their seasoned tailors to the Hawthorne to take your measurements while Jackson Cannon makes you drinks. You can worry about life’s other problems now.
4am Pizza and Hot Dogs near TD Garden
You may soon find yourself wandering around TD Garden on some long, cold night. And when that night comes, sausage pizza and bacon-wrapped hot dogs will be the best idea. Just point yourself toward this new slice joint that’s open until 4am on the weekends. Then sleep, for the love of God.
Five words: Breakfast tamale pop-up in Somerville. Thirty-two more words: $10 lands you your choice of two tamales (mole, oaxaquenos, Taza chocolate...) and either a Mexican coffee or a traditional Mexican Christmas punch. “Pop-up” is one word, by the way. We checked.