Your Perks: 1) Supersoft V-neck T-shirts in 18 different colors. So one of them is probably your favorite color. 2) Bags inspired by the Hamptons, which is coincidentally a place you could use these bags to get away to. 3) Triptych canvas prints that are made with ink that’ll last a full century.
Things to do for April 06, 2016
Playing Mini-Golf on a Rooftop and Watching Horse Races on the Beach
Weekend is of the essence.
There’s a New Comfort Food Situation at the Raleigh
You’ve eaten at the Raleigh. But the next time you eat at the Raleigh, it’ll be a bit... different. See, a Katsuya chef is at the helm now, and he’s going all in on the comfort food. Braised short ribs. Wagyu foie sliders. Pretzel s’mores. That kind of thing. So, good different.
Just in time for the Masters, Viceroy’s rooftop club will be one mini-golf course stronger tonight. They’re just... they’re putting one on there. And Coyo Taco will also be there with quesadillas to accompany your spiked Arnold Palmers. Not sure what that had to do with the Masters, but it felt right.
A Day on the Beach. With Horses.
Big horse competition happening this weekend. Yep, the Longines Global Champions Tour is back in town. And it’s their only US stop. You’ll watch horses clear hurdles on the sand, you’ll cheer, you’ll break to go drink some wine. Spectating is brutal.
Show Up. Look at Art. Dance. Drink. Leave.
Here comes an art party at Ball & Chain with beer, live bands and DJs, art installations and an “eco-friendly” fashion show. You remember your last eco-friendly fashion show like it was yesterday.
Driftwood’s Got an Interesting Brunch for You
Driftwood: We’ve got a new brunch with all-day rosé.
You: That rhymed.
Driftwood: Yeah. Anyway, it’s also got a carving station, chicken and waffles, and Cuban benedicts with pulled pork. Oh, and gratis yoga by the pool if you’re up to it.
You: Thanks. And... thanks?