Things to do for March 19, 2015

The Weekender

Brackets, Tacos and Trampoline Dodgeball

The weekend’s bracket is looking strong to very strong.

Thursday
66% Off Jared Lang
PERK ALERT

66% Off Jared Lang

Jared Lang. If the name rings a bell, it’s probably because you’re familiar with their expertly crafted button-ups and bold dress socks. If not, well, good thing you ran into us, because we currently have an exclusive 66% off Perk for their latest collection. Timing, it’s everything.

The Return of Trampoline Dodgeball
BOUNCING BACK

The Return of Trampoline Dodgeball

The trampoline dodgeball league is starting back up at House of Air on Tuesday, and you know what that means—you need to sign your team up now. You need at least eight starters, including at least three women. Then you need to jump and throw and stuff.

Taco Madness. It Begins.
THEY’RE ALL MAD HERE

Taco Madness. It Begins.

So who are your final round picks? We’re going with breakfast tacos, all the way. If you catch the game at the Taco Shop and your team wins, your postgame taco comes for $0.64. So, yeah, the price of glory is now $0.64.

NYC’s Death + Co, Now at Bar Agricole
THE DEATHLY HALLOWS

NYC’s Death + Co, Now at Bar Agricole

The best kind of book just... comes to life. Like if you’re flipping through the new Death + Co book, with 500 important drink recipes, you stop at the Arrack Strap on page 175 and then a bartender magically hands you an Arrack Strap. This Agricole party is like that.

Friday
Point A, Blue Bottle, Point B
ROADS SCHOLAR

Point A, Blue Bottle, Point B

File under “now you know”: there’s a new bus in town. It’s not like other buses. It’s trackable via app, and it’s got Blue Bottle and wi-fi and a laptop bar. Yes, that’s just a counter, really. But still.

Now rolling between Marina and FiDi, $6/ride (or $100 for 20), Leap

Saturday
What Tahoe’s Got Instead of Powder
GIVE AND LAKE

What Tahoe’s Got Instead of Powder

The bad Tahoe news: You probably won’t be doing much skiing there anytime soon.
The good Tahoe news: The three-day WinterWonderGrass festival has tapped in, with three bluegrass stages, more than a dozen breweries and two heated beer tents. Meaning beer tents that are heated. Not tents of heated beer.

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