Shouldn't we, the good people of New York, get some sort of reward for putting up with a decade of work on the now-open High Line? We think so too.
So we were pleased to hear about a perkathon happening at Gansevoort Street's Los Dados restaurant, home of Mexican cooking and potent margaritas (especially the orange blossom and cucumber agave varieties). Through Thursday, June 11, if you're one of the first 50 people to hit Los Dados after checking out the High Line (we're not sure how this trajectory could be verified, exactly, but scout's honor and all that), your margarita is on the house. Which, when you consider that the drinks are regularly priced between $12 and $15, is very good news indeed. Just be sure to get there pretty much right at 6PM, when Los Dados opens for business. (And while you're there, peek next door at the old Florent space, which just got a new lease on life and will open as a new 24-hour diner in keeping with the Florent feel, according to Diner's Journal.)
Los Dados, 73 Gansevoort Street, near Washington Street; (646) 810-7290.