Your Perks: 1) A plethora of classic Ray-Ban sunglasses for protecting your eyes all stylishly and such. 2) V-necks and short-sleeve button-ups from Jared Lang, your go-to summer shirting guys. 3) Casual dress shirts and blazers. Bring on wedding season.
Things to do for July 23, 2015
Oysters, Cashmere and Beautiful Women
We’ll always have weekend.
A Pop-Up Shop with a Thing for Cashmere
Yeah, we were afraid that one vacant spot on Charles Street was going to become a juice bar, too. Fortunately, it became a Kit and Ace pop-up shop instead—a place full of T-shirts and henleys made from technical cashmere. Which is like cashmere, but technical.
Dollar Oysters at Boulud’s Place
This Daniel Boulud character must be fond of you. Why else would he invite you to consume $1 oysters and $3 bottles of Jack’s Abby lager during a two-hour window each weekday? You can thank him with a hug. Or dollars.
Nothing to See Here but Beautiful Women
So you’ve got some time to kill with your afternoon date on Newbury. Two options: 1) Charades. 2) A photo exhibit at the nearby Robert Klein Gallery dedicated to great 20th-century beauties like Audrey Hepburn and Brigitte Bardot. Choose wisely.
Oh, Look, They Made You a Picnic Basket
Puritan & Company strongly suggests you go on a picnic. That’s why they’re offering a new range of ready-made baskets containing everything from croissant lobster rolls to full-on charcuterie boards. And letting you keep the basket. Kleptomaniac cartoon bears be damned.
Drink Becomes a Temporary Tapas Place
Q: When is Drink not a dark, subterranean cocktail bar?
A: When it turns into a tapas bar and rosé depository for three glorious hours this Sunday afternoon.
Actually, the subterranean part won’t change.