This week's Perks bring you exclusive sales with 40 percent off modern dress shirts from Jeremy Argyle and 30 percent off shoes from Moreschi of Italy, giving you an inside line to those Tuscan loafers Grandma's had her eye on.
Things to do for December 10, 2009
Hand Massages, Free Scotch and Other Items of Interest
The weekend bought you a large.
Booze and Massages at Ventuno
This month-old Italian haberdashery next to Sci Sci is celebrating its grand opening tonight with free cocktails, hand massages, custom fragrances and $65 ties for the best-dressed men in attendance. And the stylish get stylisher.
Prohibition-Era Cocktails at Bardot
To properly celebrate the end of Prohibition, the bartenders at Bardot will be mixing you vintage cocktails like Rye Manhattans and Sazeracs at this Repeal Day party. Admission gets you two free cocktails and happy hour extends to 9pm.
As part of an olive-oil extravaganza, 10 restaurants in the city are collaborating on prix-fixe menus featuring the liquid gold. If you're in the Gables, hit Por Fin for dishes like white gazpacho and shrimp confit. While on the beach, Meat Market's representing with beef cheeks slow-cooked in, you guessed it, olive oil. With olive-oil caviar for dessert.
25-Year-Old Scotch for You to Sip
If you're down by the Dadeland Mall this weekend, you'll need a shopping break—preferably one that involves single-malt scotch. Sunset Corners wants you to sample its 12-year, 18-year and 25-year Macallan, plus Remy Martin VSOP and Louis XIII. Might also be a good time to restock the ol' holiday liquor cabinet.
The sexy tapas spot on Lincoln dives boldly into the brunch fray with South American takes on classic hangover food. The Argentinean Omelette folds in spicy chorizo, while the Maya Eggs Benedict stars two poached eggs layered on focaccia with prosciutto, spinach, home fries and hollandaise.