Fri., Aug. 26, 5-11 p.m. 2011
$5-$15 (depending on how many "rupees" you want to buy)
Rupees generally aren’t very useful in the U.S., but at Marigold’s Indian Bazaar, they’ll be the accepted form of currency (fake rupees, not real ones). The Indian restaurant is celebrating its fifth anniversary by turning into a market with jewelry, a henna artist, and Indian street food. Mixologist Adam Seger and Jo Snow Syrups founder Melissa Yen make cocktails, and there will be prize giveaways.