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Things to do for April 19, 2017
The Caviar Fries. They’re Headed Right Toward You.
So Are the Weed DronesBy Hadley Tomicki
A New Dinner Destination From the Creator of Ketchup Leather
Ernesto Uchimura, the inventor of Plan Check’s menu and ketchup leather, opens Electric Owl tomorrow in the still-recognizable Gardner Junction space. There, he’s going to serve you crab legs on cucumber ice, hand-rolled cavatelli and cacio e pepe potatoes. So you’ll forgive him for stealing your band name.
Tom Waits Cocktails, Chocolate Jesus and All
First, drinking inspired Tom Waits. Now, Tom Waits is inspiring the drinks on Salt’s Cure’s 10-strong cocktail menu named after songs by America’s junkyard bard. Among them are the gin-and-violet Drunk on the Moon and the rummy Chocolate Jesus. Take notes, Cadbury.
Wu-Tang, Weed Drones and Corey Feldman
You could be at Coachella watching Bon Iver and Future. Or you could be at Cannabis Cup, an event that promises weed drones, an edibles village and performances by Wu-Tang, Nas, Damian Marley and... Corey Feldman’s band. You’ll know which event is right for you based on everything we just said.
Foie Gras Wontons. Seems So Obvious Now.
Five things you’ll see at Downtown’s Metropole Bar + Kitchen:
1) Tunnel-shaped booths upholstered in green velvet.
2) Foie gras wontons at dinner.
3) Pork congee and Belgian waffles at breakfast.
4) Reposado-chamomile sours at the bar.
5) A skyscraping structure called Hotel Indigo surrounding it all.
Can’t miss it.
You Now Share a World With Caviar Frites
There’s no other way to tell you this: yes, Petrossian now has caviar frites. They’re fries topped with two types of caviar and crème fraîche. And you can... oh, you’re out the door already. Okay.