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Celebrate the Sex and the City 2 Premiere Wednesday

​It's almost here! Yes, starting this Wednesday at midnight, when Sex & the City 2 premieres, Carrie and all her gal pals will once again light up the big screen with their outrageous fashions, hot boy toys, and drama, drama, drama. There's no need to go out and buy an entire Patricia Field-inspired ensemble, though. Just get yourself a few tickets, throw on some tight jeans and stilettos, and make sure the bar is stocked for some pre-movie sipping. 

Speaking of which, if you are desperately seeking an escape from that tired Cosmo, we think you should try a little Blonde Ambition...


Blonde Ambition

2 oz. Pineapple vodka (SKYY Infusions Pineapple recommended)
1 oz. Fresh lime juice
0.75 oz. Triple sec
0.75 oz. Crème de cacao
 
Directions: Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into martini glass. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Also if you didn't already get tickets for the film, or if you planned to wait for the premiere night buzz to die down, head over to Steak 954 at the W with the girls for a Sex-inspired special sharing menu ($90 per person) on Wednesday.

It will include baby beet salad, big eye tuna and foie gras tacos, and red snapper tiraditos to hold down the appetizer category; pan-roasted bronzino, prime New York strip, and roasted natural chicken for entrees; and mixed mushrooms, creamed spinach, and whipped potatoes for sides. Creations from pastry phenom Sarah Magoon will also be provided--though really sexy girls know overindulging is not an option. After dining, watch the first Sex and the City movie in the Living Room next door at 8 p.m. while sipping on complimentary champagne. 

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Riki Altman

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