Your Perks: 1) Autographed guitars. Think of a rock star and they probably signed one. 2) Socks in all kinds of colors. Just maybe not burnt sienna. 3) Boxes filled with all the ingredients you need to cook a homemade meal. Impressing dates doesn’t have to be hard.
Things to do for January 13, 2016
Let’s Get You into Victorian Tequila Hypnosis
Too much weekend is never enough.
To Penn Station for Food. Yes.
Brief list of things you’d never expect to do in or around Penn Station: decide between a Mario Batali
black truffle grilled cheese, a Pat LaFrieda filet mignon sandwich and a Marc Forgione lobster panini, sit
and have a nice cocktail or enjoy yourself.
And yet, here this is...
Robbing Rag & Bone Blind
There’s a time for passing on handsome black peacoats, derby bags and down parkas from Rag & Bone. The middle of January when it’s all up to 60% off is... correct, not that time. Also, there is no time for that.
Tictail Market Is Here for Good
The first-ever brick-and-mortar from the online shop (and holiday pop-up shop) Tictail Market has finally parked itself on the LES. Expect Swedish leather jackets, locally sourced... shoes and rotating murals each month. Yep, it appears they read the brick-and-mortar memo.
Tequila. Period Costume. Hypnosis. Sure.
This Saturday, Acme Studio will be transformed into a Mexican-inspired Victorian salon. What this means for you: tequila. Crafts. Costumes. Hypnosis demonstrations. Typical Mexican-inspired Victorian salon things.
What Else Is New
Next from a Mulberry Project Guy
You’re in Little Italy. You’re famished. You require homemade pappardelle with lamb ragù in the next 15 minutes, or you don’t know what you’ll do. You head to this new takeaway (but-sit-if-you-want) Italian spot from a guy behind the Mulberry Project and Greenwich Project. You carry on with your life.