Your Perks: 1) A few great vintage Rolexes. The more, the merrier. 2) A mélange of bold button-ups to infuse your spring wardrobe with some color. You know, for spring. 3) Some classic-looking sunglasses and eyeglasses. Great if you’re blocking rays. Or fronting a band.
Things to do for May 14, 2015
Gratis Whiskey, Limitless Sushi and Hialeah
The Raleigh’s Got a Pool Pass Now
Brace yourself. After 75 years, the grand dame of South Beach hotels is finally doing the pool pass thing. So now you can have full-day access to its aquatic wonderland without spending the night. But hey, if Marco Polo gets out of hand...
Just a Whole Lot of Sushi Here
Kone’s declared open season on their entire menu. Pork gyoza. Thinly sliced calamari. Octopus tempura hand rolls. Yep, everything’s fair game during their new eat-until-you-don’t-feel-like-eating-anymore weekday dinner. And... that’s really all the information you need on this subject.
This week, the Mighty turns one. (We know... time flies when you’re drinking beer.) Anyway, they’re throwing a party. Where you’ll find housemade duck and rabbit sausage, music and generous gifts of gratis High West whiskey. For you. This is how birthdays should work.
Maison&Objet. It’s like Art Basel. But for interior design... and French. Well, Ironside’s rolling out the red carpet for its inaugural visit. All of its galleries will be open for the night and the yet-to-open Brasserie Azur will be doling out drinks. Look alive out there.
Here are a few things you’ll find at the block party inaugurating the new arts district in Hialeah:
—Pincho Factory and Velvet Creme food trucks.
—A 1973 VW “Hialeah Art Bus.”
—People trying to figure out the difference between West 49th Street and Northwest 103rd Street.