From International Sushi Day, to a Musical Performance in Motion — here are five things to do this weekend in the Central West End!
Celebrate International Sushi Day | Drunken Fish
Thursday, June 18
11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Break out the chopsticks — today is “International Sushi Day” and Drunken Fish is celebrating with a special deal all day long! Enjoy a FREE California Roll with your $10 purchase (valid for lunch or dinner for takeout or delivery). Visit drunkenfish.com to order online. Add a California Roll to your cart along with your other menu items before clicking Checkout. Then, enter promo code “SUSHIDAY” before paying. Offer valid Thursday, June 18, 2020 only.
Explore New Paintings | Philip Slein Gallery
Current Gallery Hours:
Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
The boards are down, the sun is shining, and Philip Slein Gallery is excited to welcome you back inside! All gallery staff will be wearing masks and visitors are required to wear masks as well. Hand sanitizer will be available upon entrance. Explore new paintings on display, including work by Andrea Belag, Arthur Osver, Dan Walsh, and more!
Make Your Return to the Mega | PLNK CWE
All Weekend Long
If you’ve gotten bored of at-home workouts, you’re in luck! PLNK CWE has officially reopened their doors and there are plenty of megas waiting for you at the studio (spaced 6-8 feet apart). Expect a total body workout in just 50 minutes, focusing on strength, endurance, cardio, balance, and flexibility. All staff members will be wearing face coverings, all clients will be required to sanitize their hands before class, and additional wipes will be provided before and after each class. They have also adjusted their schedule to allow for additional cleaning and no class overlap. New to the studio? They’ve got a special deal just for you: 3 months of unlimited classes for $175/month. Or take advantage of their discounted single sessions: $19/class (This rate is open to anyone through August 28).
Treat Dad to Beef Ribs | Salt + Smoke
Sunday, June 21
The Beef Rib is back this Sunday at Salt + Smoke for Father’s Day! Think of the look on dad’s face when you present him this. He’ll be so happy. Tears will spring to his eyes. You’ll be his favorite. Order online for curbside pick-up or delivery. Or bring dad to the restaurant! Salt + Smoke is now open for dine-in service! Be sure to check the waitlist on their website. You can also add yourself to the list online. Once you get to the restaurant, check in with them and they will text you when your table is ready.
Catch a Musical Performance in Motion | Central West End
Sunday, June 21
Did someone say Music on a Truck? That’s exactly what’s happening this Sunday during Make Music Day! At 4 p.m., a mobile stage with performing musicians, including Al Holliday, will be cruising through the Central West End (down Euclid Ave), providing tunes for anyone and everyone to enjoy. This “Music in Motion” project is designed to bring awareness of the global music celebration while practicing safe social distancing. When you see the truck coming, be sure to tag @makemusicstl. This project is sponsored by Jackson Pianos.