Things to do for June 11, 2009

The Weekender

A Montauk Casino, Air Sex and the Next Train to AC

It's always sunny in the weekend.

Thursday
1 New Perk
PERKS

1 New Perk

This week's perk brings you a spot in Mekhong's new Ports of Call program—an inside line to a world of exclusive cocktails, free appetizers and reserved seats at spots all over town. That is, more or less the way you're living now…

Friday
Air Sex World Championship
STAGE FRIGHT

Air Sex World Championship

A strange Japanese subculture goes above ground this Friday, with a few dozen fully clothed souls taking to the stage to simulate the act of love with the same attention to detail usually applied to an instrument-less Eddie Van Halen solo. As mandated by state law, it's all fake, but the awkwardness is very, very real.

30% Off at Jack Spade
BIG POPPA

30% Off at Jack Spade

The good news: you've got until next Sunday to come up with a Father's Day gift. The better news: the city's quirkiest bag-makers are offering up dad-friendly duds like repp ties, twill wallets, work aprons (the manliest kind of apron) and duffle bags at 30 percent off. Dad jokes are required on entry.

Through June 22, 400 Bleecker St, 212-675-4085 and 56 Greene St, 212-625-1820

Saturday
Yacht Club's 80th Anniversary Bash
MONTAUKING

Yacht Club's 80th Anniversary Bash

Montauk's bootlegging waypoint-turned-hotel is getting back to its roots with a night of country club cocktails—including a house version of the mint julep—and casino-style roulette, craps and blackjack. The downside: you'll be playing with Montauk Money, which won't even get you a mojito at the Surf Lodge.

$50-$85, June 13, 32 Star Island Road, Montauk, 631-668-3100, or email for tickets

Sunday
Brunch at Butcher Bay
SEA SHANTY

Brunch at Butcher Bay

The city just got a grizzled new brunch option, with Alphabet City's saltiest bistro serving up Banana Stuffed French Toast and Eggs Benedict with Lobster Hollandaise starting this weekend. Pirate supplies are available on request.

11:30am-5pm, Saturdays and Sundays, Butcher Bay, 511 E 5th St, 212-260-1333

A $29 Train Ticket to Atlantic City
TUMBLIN' DICE

A $29 Train Ticket to Atlantic City

A ride to the nearest gambling den just got a whole lot cheaper. Coach tickets to Vegas East on the legendary ACES train are now a piddling $29, or about the price of your first hand of blackjack.

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