One of life’s greatest pleasures is eating things that look like other things. For example, cake that looks like Chinese food. Or candy that looks like a vegetable. Or Dominique Ansel’s “whoa dude”-worthy milk-and-cookie shots. Guys, these are drinking utensils that are made out of cookies and filled with fancy milk. The stuff that dreams are made of.
Cookie shots were just one of the ways we celebrated the opening of our newest store on New York’s Upper East Side. On a recent chilly night, we filled the store with our nearest-and-dearest to raise a glass to the new space. There was mingling. There was photoboothing. There was custom wallpaper. There was an exceptional DJ (Jonathan Sollis) who played the greatest Billy Joel song of all time.
Meantime, another Warby Parker team member made the observation that the store was “filled with excellent places for making out”. (We can’t comment on this hypothesis.)
Stop by the store soon, and read more about it here.