Here, our top picks for what to do this weekend including ice skating and getting rid of the flu with, wait for it, sorbet of all things.
What’s on your weekend agenda? Share with us in the comments.
PLAY: Considering the chilly temperatures at the moment, we think you might as well embrace it and go ice skating. We are pretty obsessed with the pop-up skating rink at the Standard Hotel in New York City where you can skate and then enjoy spiked hot chocolate. 848 Washington Street, New York City; standardhotels.com.
SHOP: With the Oscars coming up, we think its time that every guy (not just the stars) have a go-to tuxedo (you never know when you'll need to whip it out). It's impossible to go wrong with this Lanvin satin-trimmed wool tuxedo if we do say so ($2,295, mrporter.com).
WATCH: PBS is debuting its much anticipated miniseries In Search of Shakespeare. Be sure to tune in to get answers to questions like did Shakespeare have Syphilis? We know you are curious.
EAT: Maybe because the flu is going around but there is something seriously appealing about this sorbet that is being touted as a flu remedy. Jeni Britton Bauer, owner of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, has turned her family's flu cocktail (a mix of honey, lemon juice, and whiskey) into a sorbet. We are impressed and altogether curious. Influenza Sorbet Pint, $12, jenis.com.
PAMPER: So you want to let loose this weekend (we don't blame you). There is no better way to do that than with a stiff drink at a burlesque club. Luckily a new spot has opened up in Bushwick perfect for just that called Bizarre. 12 Jefferson Street, New York City.
DRINK: So this isn't exactly alcohol, but that doesn't stop it from being just about the coolest thing ever. Vaportini turns alcohol into a potent inhalable gas. Essentially you put vodka in and you breathe vodka out. Drinking will never be the same. For more information visit vaportini.com.