Our 2014 Guide To Killing It This Summer is finally here, which means the warm weather eating and drinking season is officially upon us. We’ve been preparing all winter for this moment, mostly by doing ice cream cone curls. Workout video coming soon.
There are two ways that you can get your hands on this glorious piece of literature:
1. Spend $2.99 and get the full, high resolution experience, built specifically for iPad.
2. Hook up your email and we’ll hand over the complete but lower res PDF.
Got it? Good. Now go forth and eat outside.
Need some more information? No problem.
The Infatuation 2014 Guide To Killing It This Summer is the third edition of it’s kind, brought to you by our friends at Paige Denim. It is best experienced in its most remarkable form, as a 77 page multimedia iBook designed specifically for the Apple iBookstore. Inside the book, you’ll find a selection of New York’s greatest outdoor eating and drinking establishments, each accompanied by Retina-quality high-resolution photos. You’ll also find a Destination Infatuation section, outlining some great weekend trips and wardrobe suggestions via #PackingWithPaige, a summer wine section, and some other warm weather beverage ideas presented by Strongbow Hard Apple Ciders.
And if that doesn’t sell you, these screen shots should, unless you hate cool things. Here’s to having the best summer ever, again.
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