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
Tiki Bars. Brewery Bars. Donut-Shop Bars.
What goes up must come weekend.
The TaKorean Takeover Continues
You’ve gotten TaKorean bossam with kimchi from a truck. You’ve gotten it at the Yards pre-baseball. You’ve gotten it at Union Market. Now, you’re getting it for a quick downtown lunch meeting right by the National Press Club. Reporters love tacos.
A Bar in a Donut Shop. And a Tiki Bar.
What do donut shops and whiskey bars have in common? Here, they both have new bars. Inside Sugar Shack Donuts in Old Town, you’ll encounter Captain Gregory’s, a nautically themed cocktail bar with plenty of rum. Meanwhile, Jack Rose opens its tiki bar, with drinks in mugs and wood-grilled tacos.
30% Off Limited-Run Shirts and Blazers
Here’s your last chance to get limited-run cotton blazers, and perfect-for-summer shirts in pink poplin, lightweight denim and checked gingham, from the local guys at Hugh & Crye. Better yet, you can knock 30% off if you know the code. (Pause for effect.) Okay, the code is below.
The Best Cup Since Anna Kendrick’s
Saturday will be a big day. First head to New Columbia for the release of their first summer cup, made with their Green Hat Navy Strength Gin and vermouth. Think of it like a Pimm’s, but not. Then proceed to One Eight Distilling for their first Tennessee-style whiskey alongside biscuits from Mason Dixie.
We’d encourage you to hang out at a brewery anytime, really. But especially on Sunday. For its annual summer party, 3 Stars is inviting bands, DJs, local distillers, bakers and sandwich makers. Yes, they’ll be tapping rare and one-off beers. Sandwich-friendly, we’re sure.