Another month in the books means another month's worth of magical Thrillist finds from all over the country. Savor them, especially if you're a Leap Baby, because this year you get nothing.
Emailed to New York: I Bang the Worst Dudes An only-slightly anonymized photo rundown of dudes the author and/or friends have regrettably bumped uglies with, Bang's run by a NYer with the modest goal of writing about "all the terrible things I've subjected my vagina to". Here's to hoping you're not contained herein
Emailed to Boston: Arrow Moccasins From a family of Hudson-based craftsmen, Arrow Moc's Sitting Bull-worthy footwear's created by using beeswax-coated near-indestructible thread to hand-stitch extra heavy Swiss cowhides, which are all tanned in England using a special process that "no one in the world has been able to copy", except George Hamilton. Get your Pocahontas-stalking slippers here
Emailed to Miami: PalmBeachPrime PBP buys bulk USDA Prime from a purveyor who otherwise only sells direct to institutions like The Forge and Smith & Wollensky; they then repackage, throw in cooking tips, and one-day it in special packing that keeps contents as cold as -109 degrees F, though your meat probably quit caring at -68. Meet your sweet, sweet meat
Emailed to Los Angeles: Bumpy Pitch Started by two local ex-pros, (one a veteran of the Galaxy, both of far more legitimate European teams) Pitch's tees offer fashionable "football" nostalgia via vintage prints of seriously sweet-looking logos from defunct American teams that absolutely no one's ever heard of. More on sweet soccer tees
Emailed to Nation: Otalo Bringing together the best destination pads peddled on the web, OT bills itself as "kind of like Google, but for vacation rentals", which is totally professional. Get some help getting rested