0.2 inches. That’s how thin this handsome, ingenious, Dutch-designed wallet is. Now grab a ruler and try to figure out how such a wallet could still manage to hold up to 10 bills and four credit cards or IDs. Actually, that seems like a pain. Just take a look at this.
Things to do for May 18, 2016
Showgirls, Korean Poutine and a Play Starring You
A vote for Weekend is a vote for you.
Suitsupply’s 10-Month Residency in Venice
You’re in Venice and need a suit. Not the “wet” or “swimming” variety, but the dinner-with-important-people-at-Gjelina kind. No worries. Suitsupply opens a 10-month pop-up on Abbot Kinney this Thursday. To generally supply suits.
Your Next Supporting Role Is a Weird One
Congrats. You just landed a role in The Day Shall Declare It, an immersive performance from the Sleep No More team. You’ll be led through an old Downtown warehouse, moving amongst a 1930s hotel scene to a postapocalyptic vision. And you’ll also have a cocktail. You were born to play this.
Korean Poutine. Korean Wings. Korean Sausages.
This weekend in Korean food news...
Saturday: Take advantage of Hanjip’s new happy hour to score Korean bulgogi poutine and wings with soju and beer.
Sunday: Storm Ace Hotel for Korean sausages and beer at Lucky Peach’s book release party.
Now over to Mark with the weather.
Limited-Edition Ramen. Come and Get It.
In the near future, you’ll eat ramen from chefs Phillip Frankland Lee and Luke Reyes at their place, Oh Man Ramen. In the nearer future, you’ll find them previewing said ramen over the next two Sundays at Gaderene Swine and El Chavo, respectively. Telling you more would shatter the space-time continuum.
An Appealing Ode to Hedonism
Sundays are the days you dedicate to quiet contemplation... of beautiful dancers celebrating the history of courtesans, showgirls and hedonists at El Cid through high kicking, belly dancing and general sensuality. It’s your you-time.