Two Georgia lawyers with a strong eye for solid neckwear did that thing where they commissioned European mills to custom-make fabrics and then got some New York tailors to craft those fabrics into exquisite bow ties. Why don’t you get a few to wear this spring.
Things to do for April 27, 2016
A Reggae Brunch and a Dessert Patio. This Will Do.
Utah, get the weekend two.
This Tour Isn’t Like Other Tours
First, you’re going to take a tour of the Miami Beach Edition, otherwise known as the place the Rat Pack once called the Seville. Then, you’re going to go to a wine-paired dinner at Jean-Georges’s Market restaurant. Finally, you’re going to realize you just went on a tour that skewed more great than terrible.
There’s a New Dessert Patio in Town
Looks like a second Sugar Factory has taken over the Sushi Siam spot on Lincoln Road. And they’ve brought in a generously sized outdoor patio for enjoying things like burgers topped with mac and cheese, and cheesecake milkshakes garnished with more cheesecake. Yep, that’s what it looks like.
How to Play Your Two New Brunches
The Date Play: A little oceanfront yoga on the deck of a superyacht marina followed by a
brunch feast set to a (what else) DJ-spun soundtrack.
The Group Play: Trust & Co.’s new reggae brunch featuring pork belly benedicts, half-off champagne bottles and live (what else) reggae.
Like Silent Disco. On a Bike.
On Sunday, the new Underline project is hosting a 12-mile bike ride with the Silent Revolution people. You’ll show up, they’ll hand you a wireless headset, and then you’ll bike around listening to the same music everyone else is listening to. Which makes it a silent disco on bikes. Which...