Tonight the Setai's majestic courtyard brings together three of your favorite things: free cocktails, Lamborghinis and models. Drinks are gratis from 7-8pm, then there'll be a fashion show courtesy of Chloé, various Asian eats and the unveiling of Lamborghini's new Gallardo Spyder, which makes the old Gallardo Spyder look like a Ford Festiva.
Things to do for June 25, 2009
Lamborghinis, Bier and Samba Dancers
Please, call us Lambo.
If the rain screws your plans for the beach, your best bet is to head to the mainland for one to three days of beer and barbecue. Plates of ribs start at $15, and that includes ample sides and live blues music. (You've never experienced the blues until you've heard a 45-year-old man from Düsseldorf sing them.)
If you like art, fashion and cocktails, as well as helping out the planet and lazing about with models, you'll want to stop by the funky suites of Stay at Lincoln this weekend for three days of eco-partying and designer-goods-browsing during the daytime. You know, for Earth.
The normally off-limits pool at the Ritz is now accessible to non-guests via a new monthly party called Sarava Sundays, which pairs $7 cachaça cocktails, a DJ spinning Afro-Brazilian house music, live samba performances and a very satisfied you.
We wouldn't typically think of Doral as a culinary destination, but lately we're hearing good things about this golf resort's restaurant (it helps that the chef was trained by/survived Gordon Ramsay on season three of Hell's Kitchen). See for yourself when he pairs wahoo tartare and Colorado lamb in a four-course dinner with wines from Buena Vista Carneros vineyard.