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Things to do for December 03, 2009
Half-Price Sushi, Free Art and Magic Fingers
The weekend will not be scaled back.
If you see only one satellite fair this year, make it the eclectic works at NADA, the indie-est of the indie exhibits. This year they've relocated from Wynwood to the Deauville, which means plenty of poolside lounging to go with your art perusing.
China Grill's new happy hour runs generously late, and everything—from sushi, to cocktails, to wine and beer—is half off. Meaning you can chase that $4.50 Kirin Ichiban with a $6.50 Havana roll (that's yellowtail, rum, coconut and avocado) for less than the normal price of a saketini.
By tomorrow night, you're either completely sick of art or gearing up for the final push. Either way, you'll happily take a little music break. Catch Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock at this poolside concert at the W and observe Brit punk rock royalty up close.
It's not every day you get to see art for free and drink endless vodka cocktails. Helping you do both: the pop-up gallery for graffiti artist Miguel Paredes and his collection of anime-like toys, accompanied by an open bar from V Georgio vodka.
Your favorite Italian restaurant at the Fontainebleau is celebrating birthday number one with a mouthwatering four-course prix fixe. You'll start with an app like raw yellowtail or braised short ribs, move on to pasta and entrées like roasted prime age sirloin, and finish with dolce like Amedei Chocolate Cake. And wine pairings are complimentary.