This week's perk puts you on a private jet to Aspen, with a hotel room, a new wardrobe and four days of feasting waiting for you at the other end. All you need is a little luck—and a ski vest wouldn't hurt.
Things to do for April 08, 2010
Tax Dodging, Infinite Sushi and Happy Hour, 90210
The weekend just bid on Miramax.
Now that bar 210 has settled in, they're unleashing a happy hour starting at 7pm—late enough you can actually make it after work. Beers are $5, drinks are $7, and all food, from Pork Belly Sliders to Salty Peewee Potatoes with Chlorophyll Mayo, is half-off. ZIP code remains the same.
Roll into the Hammer's bike valet early tonight, so you'll have time to load up on free food before the screening of Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. There's a top-secret surprise guest involved—whose last name we are hoping is Reubens.
B52 Nightclub Soft-Opens
In the spot formerly (and briefly) known as 8Hill, you'll now find one of Downtown's rare dance floors in a club rechristened as B52, complete with stiff, no-fuss drinks and a bank vault-turned-Moroccan drinking hideaway. Hey, just like your bank.
To celebrate eight great years of Zip Fusion, you'll want a seat at the sushi bar—where for the rest of the month, $14.95 will get you all you can eat. You have to summon some alcohol to qualify for the deal, but we don't anticipate that being a problem.
More than 60 stores on Montana—including Blue Jeans Bar and Planet Blue—are banding together for one glorious day of tax-free shopping. Note on the term tax-free: this means no sales tax on your new denim, but you still have to pay your income taxes by April 15.