You always thought your double tall mocha frappe was art. Take in a creative exhibit of Starbucks employees' art—if you find yourself about to make a "day job" comment, the free beer, wine and coffee liqueurs should take the edge off.
Things to do for March 01, 2007
The Weekend Starts Here
March comes in like a lion...and so does the weekend.
In case you're through getting elbowed for $20 Gucci socks at the Barneys Warehouse Sale...
Hermes Sample Sale
Don't say we never tipped you on scoring the stuff of French aristocrats. Save 40-60% off suits, dress shirts, overcoats and their famous ties.
411: Through March 3, Metropolitan Pavilion, 123 W. 18th St, 4th floor (between 6th and 7th Aves), for more info click here
Paul Smith Sale
Brit-tastic. Save 75% on Paul Smith clothes and accessories.
411: March 1-3, Thurs-Fri 11am-7pm, Sat 11am-4pm; 75 9th Ave (between 15th and 16th)
Designer Denim Sale
Spring is here, which means new denim is in order. Save 30-80% off Ben Sherman, Theory and Earnest Sewn.
411: Through March 4, Thurs-Sat 11am-7pm, Sun noon-5pm; 72 Greene (between Spring and Broome)
Vintage Rock T-Shirts: The Ultimate Exhibit
Find out if your KISS '79 World Tour T-Shirt has appreciated in value (trust us, it has) at this exhibit of legendary rock shirts. You can purchase any of the shirts, including a certain Stones tongue tee that you've been coveting.
Get your wasabe ready. Japanese standbys around the city are offering special prix fix meals and discounts on their popular dishes; try the Omakase dinner menu at Nobu for $100 or the $26 Kagerou Yaki (Kobe Steak Hennessy Flambee) at Megu. That's how much the edamame usually costs. Go for it.