Your Perks: 1) One-of-a-kind vintage Rolexes that have been refinished with uniquely colored dials. 2) Button-ups tailored from ultrasoft Egyptian cotton. Fall will be your most comfortable season yet. 3) A four-pack of sparkling and still rosé. So long, summer.
Things to do for September 03, 2015
Ribs. Fireworks. Roof Deck.
The weekend always has Monday off.
Your Valet Is Also a Designated Driver
It’s late. You’ve had fun. You’ve also had that driver from valet app Luxe park your car, which was a good call. Because now they have a feature called Drive Home. Select it, and your valet will come back with your car to... drive you home. Morning after’s on you.
Clothes Made for the Open Road
Ball and Buck must know about your imminent road trip plans. Because they’ve created something called the American Highway Collection, a collaboration with other American-made brands like Taylor Stitch and Red Wing, to make open-road-worthy garments like a denim jacket with a striped-blanket lining. Things without blankets, too.
A New Noodle Joint and a Ramen Pop-Up
Banner weekend for noodles:
1) Live Noodles is open in Allston to sate all those cravings for mala soup and hand-pulled noodles you didn’t know you had.
2) Brookline’s upcoming Ganko Ittetsu Ramen will pop up at Reliable Market with shoyu and tan tan ramen galore.
We’ll say it again: galore.
Beer. BBQ. Fireworks. Long Weekend.
Not working is a perfectly acceptable way to celebrate Labor Day. But in case you’re feeling extra celebratory, Pier 6 would like to furnish you with beer, a BBQ plate full of baby back ribs and a roof deck view of the fireworks. Looks like you’re feeling extra celebratory.