"Summer vibes." Not the most definable phrase, but you know it when you see it. Take these short-sleeved camp collar button-ups from Tee Ink that come in vibrant colors and patterns, for example. They're what you should be wearing when you're living your best summer life. Skinny-dipping aside.
Things to do for May 30, 2018
Wet Hot American Summer, a New Dessert Spot and an Escape Room Where You'd Least Expect It
To Say Nothing of the New Sunday BBQ SeriesBy Joe Starkey
A Beer-Paired Screening of Wet Hot American Summer
The classic Balboa Theater is screening Wet Hot American Summer tomorrow night and pairing it with exclusive-to-the-event Anchor beers like Skylab Is Falling Hazy IPA and Camp Firewood Smoked Stout. Puns are way more tolerable when they're beer.
Suit Up. You're Going to a Rainforest Party.
For your fancy-date-night consideration, the Conservatory of Flowers is throwing a party called Amazonia. Basically, it's a rainforest-themed affair with Amazonian plants, cocktails, live music and Capoeira demonstrations. No one ever sees the Capoeira coming.
Susie Cakes Comes to the FiDi. Deliciousness Ensues.
If you hated having to schlep all the way to the Marina every time you wanted to get a friend a birthday cupcake, rejoice, for Susie Cakes has opened a second location in the FiDi. And we're rejoicing...
Escape From (Fake) Alcatraz
Okay, so bear with us here: Madame Tussauds (yes, that one) has just opened their first escape room (getting better) and it's themed after an escape from Alcatraz (wax Clint Eastwood knew you'd be on board in the end).
Beer and BBQ and Summer and You
There's arguably nothing better on a lazy Sunday than beer and BBQ. Which is why Original Pattern Brewing is throwing a Sunday BBQ series throughout the summer with the help of Sticky Business Barbeque. Consider your next 10 Sundays booked.
What Else Is New
The Sleek, Futuristic Bikes of Summer
They're completely electric, which means you won't break a sweat on that commute to work. In non-work news: Ibiza, a new comedy from producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, is officially unofficially the funniest Netflix original movie to date. And speaking of Netflix, here's where we grade what's coming to and leaving the platform in June.