Your Perks: 1) Speakers and headphones made from walnut, which is infinitely sexier than white plastic. 2) Particularly sultry underthings for special occasions. Or maybe the occasion becomes special because of these. 3) Vintage bags and scarves by Louis Vuitton. We have a feeling this Louis guy is going to make it.
Things to do for February 03, 2016
Duck Nachos, Real Big Football and a Bar to Do Your Taxes
The weekend’s a -10.
To Freemans You Go
Sometimes life calls for jealousy-inducing suits and chambray camp shirts and vintage-style cardigans. And sometimes you head to Freemans Sporting Club, because they’ve got such items at 70% off. And sometimes you think to yourself, “That was a good move, self.”
Chocolate Banana Bread and Jesus’ Meatballs
Here’s how this goes: gather a group that likes booze-fueled brunching. Head to the Bennett, order a new-classic Bloody with poblanos and fresh tomatoes (healthy), feast on Jesus’ Meatballs (spicy tomato sauce, fried egg, polenta) and Mad Redhead’s Bonnet (a biscuit/chocolate banana bread/housemade jam Frankenstein). Leave happier than you arrived.
Paint a Mural. Drink. Dance. Receive Swag.
Soon, Broad City will be back on the air. Before that, Comedy Central will host this daytime event wherein you help paint a mural for the guy who does graphics for it, and then drink and dance and partake in other after-party activities around the corner at Kinfolk. Hip, thy name is this thing.
You Drink. This Guy Does Your Taxes.
In an effort to make tax season less soul-crushing, Yours Sincerely’s got a CPA on hand most evenings this month to do your taxes while you lie back and enjoy a cocktail or two. They’ve succeeded in their goal of making tax season less soul-crushing.
The Super Bowl on a Really, Really Big Screen
You’ve got a lot of options for Sunday’s game. Not all of them will have family-style buttermilk fried chicken, duck confit nachos and Broncos- and Panthers-themed cocktails. This one will, though... which makes it just a tad better than other options.
V-Day Jazz in a 19th-Century Mansion
Norwood will be hosting a soiree on Valentine’s weekend. Norwood is a private club in an 1840s manse. What to expect: dance lessons, jazz, cocktails, a kissing booth. Hey, if you’re going to do Valentine’s Day, do it 19th-century-manse-style.