Check into Villa Oliveto and we'll land you your pick of five vintage cars to roam the hills in. Add in a winery tour from In-The-Know Travel, and you've got your perks for the weekend.
Things to do for November 01, 2007
The Weekend Starts Here
A week ends. A weekender begins.
Earnest Sewn Sample Sale
Earnest Sewn parts with some jeans, button downs and t's for under $80. They'll get over it.
Mason Dixon on the LES
Named for the line, not the Rocky Balboa character, this LES spot from the folks behind Spitzer's Corner dishes southern classics (food starts next week) and brings you Manhattan's second mechanical bull. In case you've already mastered the first one.
Centro Vinoteca Opens for Brunch
"Spiritually Italian" West Village haunt Centro Vinoteca is finally spreading its brunch wings, offering up treats like Lemon Ricotta Pancakes and, if Friday night was rough, the hangover killing Pasta Carbonara Frittata.
Freeman's First Line of Jeans
Not satisfied with having made-to-measure suits, a shaving parlor and a restaurant, Freeman's is setting off into the world of denim. Unfortunately, they don't love jeans enough to make more than 100 pairs of them, so save the shave and meal for after you've got your pair.
The latest in truck-based dessert technology, this "mobile food concept" features pastry talent from Le Cirque, and serves up caramelized pear, fresh hot chocolate bread pudding, and other creations, all for $5.