Velvet Rope Reject
This person always insists he knows the guy at the door, but somehow, without fail, whenever you get up to the front, the goonish doorman always looks at him like a deer in the headlights. He has no clue who he is. Never has. Nor does he really want to know, frankly. Before your frustrated friend resorts to claiming he's the cousin of one of the owners of crobar, thwart the public humiliation and glide past the velvet ropes as easily as any celebrity vis-a-vis a VIP table at the club for four, including a bottle of champagne and a bottle of spirits. A definite ego booster! $500, crobar,
1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305-531-5027
This guy gets pushed around more now than when he was still teething. Too nice to say no, he’s probably some ruthless, heartless person’s assistant, slaving away and neglecting his own needs. He’s a faceless, tireless guy who gets no respect or recognition. Oftentimes he’s referred to as “that guy in the corner cubicle,” “the intern,” or “some guy.” Give the guy a break, learn his name, and treat him to a relaxing and soothing Hydra Essential Facial that will cleanse, exfoliate and hydrate his neglected skin, giving him an assertive glow that will hopefully help identify him as more than just another cog in the wheel of corporate hell.
$65, Hydra Skincare Studio,
5050 Biscayne Blvd., Suite #105, Miami, 305-751-2381