Your Perks: 1) Moroccan goatskin leather bags that are naturally waterproof, or seaside-vacation-proof. 2) Shoes that were made in the heart of New York’s Garment District. Makes for quite the origin story. 3) Attractive pleasure-inducing devices that induce a lot of pleasure. They’re good at their job.
Things to do for March 09, 2016
Underwater Cycling, Beach Brunching and Sexy Aerialists
Ask the weekend no questions, and it’ll tell you no lies.
This El Bulli Vet Really Wants to Feed You
There’s a new Peruvian spot in Downtown from a chef with El Bulli and Mugaritz on his résumé. And he’s made you some things. Like king crab causa, duck terrine and ceviche using whatever the catch of the day happens to be. He’s a very caring man.
Happy Bourbon-on-a-Patio Season
A cozy outdoor nook with potted greenery and a handful of stools. Killer Manhattans. A shiitake-cooked-bourbon-and-cocoa-nib concoction called the Bandit. These are some of the things that make up Alter’s new patio bar. Coincidentally, it’s where you’re going tonight. Huh.
They Call It Aquacycle. It’s Weird and Fun.
If you haven’t mounted a stationary bike situated in a pool and started pedaling for your half-submerged life, then you’ve been doing this cycling thing all wrong. But you can rectify this by stopping by the Thompson on Saturday and doing just that. It’s okay. It’s all going to be okay.
Ocean Air Works Wonders for Your Brunch
Carillon’s beachfront eatery, Thyme, is giving you new Sunday brunch with live jazz, bottomless mimosas and Bloodys, and access to a raw bar. In conclusion: brunches by the ocean are pretty great.
Why, Yes. There Is a Fire-Eater in Your Lounge.
And on the seventh day, the great nightlife gods relocated an infamous Parisian party known as the Black Circus to Bond Lounge. And they filled it with snake tamers, fire-eaters and scantily clad aerialists. And it was good. It was very good.