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Things to do for January 14, 2010
Wagyu Sushi, Betty Boop and a Tweet Up
The weekend is retiring the sweaters...for now.
The sleek sushi bar at the Delano celebrates its 10th anniversary this month with a new lower-priced menu of small plates and rolls. We recommend the Wagyu Tartare Roll, made with American Wagyu and French pickles over wasabi crunchy rice. Of course, the fantastic people-watching is always free.
When it comes to sexy cartoon characters, nobody can touch Jessica Rabbit. But right after her, there's Betty Boop. This weekend, the Little Stage Theater recreates some of Ms. Boop's pouty performances with a live vocalist accompanied by a jazz combo and a screening of vintage film clips.
The old Bissaleh space is now the H Restaurant, a jazzy French bistro with a roaring wood-burning oven and live Parisian singers on Saturday nights. They've still got your flaky Middle Eastern borekas (puff pastries) on the menu, as well as Gallic dishes like escargots in butter and Shrimp and Scallops Provencal.
The decades come and go, but one thing remains the same: the awesomeness of a big ol' brunch. Stephen Starr fulfills your eggs Benedict needs with this new menu at the W Fort Lauderdale's oceanfront steakhouse. Why it's worth the drive: Serrano Ham Crêpes and Vanilla French Toast With Dulce de Leche.
The Lincoln Road sushi outpost is staging a "tweet up"—it's a Twitter thing—with $5 caipirinhas, $5 mojitos and wallet-friendly tapas like $6 lobster taquitos and $4 salt-and-pepper squid. Thankfully, you don't have to limit your consumption to 140 bites.