To celebrate their first anniversary today, decadent 12th Street carb emporium S’mac is offering portions of its floor model macaroni and cheese for just $1. The “nosh” size of the All-American (nothing fancy, just domestic cheddar) at the special anniversary price will be available until 11 PM.
Jamba Juice locations throughout the city should be honoring this printable, buy-one-get-one smoothie coupon. The coupon features a graphic of a smoothie with a whole lot of sliced fruit hovering above it, as if drawn into the whirling vortex of freshness that apparently is Jamba Juice. Coupon expires next Tuesday. Be careful out there, lovers of juice.
The printable, buy-one-get-one coupon is available on the Nathan’s Famous website year round; it is officially one week from now that the original Nathan’s Coney Island location becomes a true temple of Hot Dog, and the annual eating competition takes place. “According to archives,” Nathan’s website states, the competition “has occurred each July 4th in Coney Island, NY since 1916.” We reported yesterday that Takeru 'Tsunami' Kobayashi’s title seems somewhat in jeopardy, and registration for the event is now closed. However, with 26 friends (the coupon is one per customer), and an inkjet printer, anyone can start training for next year’s event, getting 54 dogs for the price of 27.
The literary magazine One Story is sponsoring the 2nd in a series of 7 readings in NY green areas tomorrow night as part of Park-Lit 2007. At J.J. Byrne Memorial Park in Park Slope, the writers Rebecca Barry, Owen King, and Darin Strauss will read from their work. The event is free and starts at 6:30 PM; Uncle Louie G’s ice cream cones will be served on a first-come, first-served basis. Call the Park Lit hotline after 4 PM- (212) 696-6609- if it looks like rain outside.
photo: Uncle Louie G's on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn