Vespa-delivered fat-free Yoggis on the UWS. We want to mock, but we don't want them to mess with our order.
Things to do for March 15, 2007
The Weekend Starts Here
Erin go weekend.
Greek photographer/artistic perv Adroniki Christodoulou devoted more than six months documenting the fetish hostess bars and clubs of Japan's underground. We say: Time well spent.
Time to spring-clean the inventory...
Jeans and sunglasses from brands like Rag and Bone and Opening Ceremony are half off at BBlessing. Sounds like a DDeal.
411: Through March 23, 181 Orchard (between Stanton and Houston), 212-378-8005
Up to 90% off men's clothes from spring and summer collections at Joseph. Of all the weekends to head to Greene Street...
411: March 19-25, 106 Greene (between Prince and Spring), 212-343-7071
Paul Stuart suits for day and late night (aka, pajamas).
411: March 20-23, Tues-Thurs 9am-6:30pm; Fri 9am-5pm; 317 W. 33rd St (between 8th and 9th Aves), 718-747-1655
You could wash your sheets...or you could buy new ones. Drop the hamper and hit Dwell's biannual blowout.
411: March 15-April 1, 11am-7pm, 62 Greene (between Broome and Spring), 212-219-9343
LVHRD returns with VMC II, a competitive eating event in which teams of three (this year, The Onion and MoMA) attempt to consume the entire contents of a standard vending machine. Hard to believe, but it's the world's only contest of its kind. To witness it, sign up and you will be texted the secret location. We call dibs on the Funyuns.
The countdown to your next taxi dog and concrete is almost at zero. The Shake Shack, a Madison Square Park tradition since 2004, de-hibernates next week. Welcome shack.