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
Cap’n Crunch Fried Chicken and Over 200 Sakes
First and weekend.
There’s Fondue and Fried Chicken Here
Chez Maman is gone. Whew. Feels good to get that off our chests. Especially now that there’s this new American comfort food joint in its place, serving you things like roasted bone marrow, fried chicken and fondue from their open kitchen. Surely fondue passes for comfort food somewhere.
From Italy with Shoes
“Well, they’re something of a cross between Converse and Tretorn. Yeah. And they’re from Turin, Italy. They’ve only got one other store in the US, so if you want a pair, this new location is the place.” —You, explaining the opening of Superga against your will.
A brewpub on the Pacific Ocean. Handmade pretzels and draft lagers served by Bavarian barmaids. A 30-piece traditional oompah band. If you’re wondering where we’re going with this, well, just head to Park Chalet on Saturday. Because that’s where we’re going with this.
Found Over 200 Sakes for You
The Armory was first built as an arsenal for the US National Guard. More recently, it served as a studio for an adult website. And on Saturday, it’ll have food trucks, live bands and, yes, over 200 sakes for you to taste. Hard to say what it’ll be next weekend.
Just... Cap’n Crunch Fried Chicken
You aren’t allowed to act like a kid as much as you’d like anymore. But that’s okay, because Scotland Yard has this new brunch where you can get comestibles like Cap’n Crunch–encrusted fried chicken and waffle bites, cola-braised ribs and adult root beer floats. So... sugar.