Your Perks: 1) A special four-course omakase experience at Zuma. Sake. Will. Be. Paired. 2) A personal butler who’ll cross things off your to-do list so you have time for... other things. 3) A better way to get your morning coffee. Or afternoon, evening and night coffee.
Things to do for July 30, 2015
Blue Moon Roofing, David Byrne and Comedy
She aches just like a weekend.
Lingerie. And Not Lingerie.
A tale of two sales: in the West Village corner, a marked-down situation with some not-unhandsome tees, sweats, sneakers and the like from the up-and-comers at Craft Atlantic. In the SoHo corner, 80% off lingerie from Kiki de Montparnasse for whoever you’d want to give that to. Think of someone.
Once in a Blue Moon
Things you need during a blue moon:
—A tarot card reader.
—A world-class rooftop with a view of said moon illuminating Central Park.
Things this party has:
And in Alfresco-Movie News...
Somewhere, on a harbor downtown (fine, it’s at Brookfield Place), they’re going to show Stop Making Sense, one of the greatest concert films ever made, on the big screen, outdoors. This means that David Byrne’s suit will look really huge.
Of Biscuits and Laughter
Biscuit places are really bringing it right now. This particular one on Avenue A: bringing it with comedy sets from the likes of Christian Finnegan, Sasheer Zamata and a bunch of other laughter-inducing specialists. That’s Biscuit Place Event Planning 101 right there.
What Else Is New
Burgers, Mac and Cocktails. Mostly.
Greenwich Village: In a neighborhood that basically screams for takeout windows, you’ve got vegan versions of burgers, bourbon ice cream, meatballs and mac and cheese out of one. And if you stay, there’s a kale-matcha mojito. So... stay. For health’s sake.