Your Perks: 1) Many fall-ready button-ups that you’re the first to see because “exclusivity” is a thing we do. 2) A hoverboard-like device. Apparently gliding a few inches above the ground isn’t overrated. 3) Vintage Rolexes from the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s. They were some good years for Rolexes.
Things to do for September 30, 2015
Paella, Scotch and Poolside Champagne Pong
This weekend is not yet rated.
Paella. Gazpacho Carts. Bayfront Park.
Here’s what’s going to happen. You’ll go to Bayfront Park. You’ll check out this 9,000-square-foot tented market visiting from Spain. You’ll eat paella, grab gazpacho from a roving cart and get some jamon ibérico to go home with you. Or wherever you take your jamon these days.
Phuc Yea Is Back. More or Less.
Vietnamese pop-up Phuc Yea is testing the waters this weekend before their permanent debut. So...
If you can’t break that 2pm office meeting: They’ll be delivering pho to you this Friday.
If you prefer dinner in a secret warehouse: That’s Saturday.
If you want Vietnamese barbecue this Sunday night: Done.
In conclusion: neat.
Where the Champagne Pong Happens
Which of the following will not be available at the new 1Sound pool party?
A) Rosé ice pops.
B) Champagne pong.
C) A pool overlooking the Atlantic.
D) Scantily clad persons dancing about.
E) Someone whose sole job is cleaning your sunglasses.
Trick questions are always the trickiest.
A Secret Patio with Gratis Scotch
The guys behind the Craft Spirits Festival are getting into the bar business... for one night. What this means for you: gratis rum and scotch at a patio bar discreetly situated behind an unmarked door in a liquor store. That’s how you know it’s discreet.
Theory: it wouldn’t necessarily be terrible to have two pool parties in one weekend. Testing said theory: you. Because the Albion is bringing their pool floats out along with a full Sunday of grilled meats, spiked punch from Repour, giant Jenga and a DJ. The scientific method compels you.