Their digs have certainly improved since the animated show of our youth — Tribeca is way nicer than the sewer — but it only makes a night at the Ninja Turtle Lair that much better. Available for true fans only, this loft-like space has three bedrooms, two of which have bunkbeds for ninjas in training, and plenty of Turtle-approved features like a glow in the dark basketball court, a classic TMNT arcade game, a TV wall built from classic boomboxes, and, of course, free pizza delivery service. To win a stay, all you have to do is explain why you're worthy of spending a night at the home of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Mention the word "vineyard" and most people think of idyllic Tuscan villas, passing the centuries overlooking rows of grapes. This Modern Napa Valley Vineyard Estate is as far removed from that as you can get. Set in St. Helena adjacent to 14 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, it has 6,500 square feet of clean-lined interior space, speckled with dashes of marble and features like the floating glass wine sculpture that looks open to the outdoors but is in fact climate controlled. The property also includes plenty of outdoor entertaining space, a sizable guest home with a pool, and a separate "spa house", and while these are almost certainly renders of the final product, they're impressive nonetheless.
If Knob Creek is your go-to bourbon of choice, you'll want to pay special attention to the latest release from the folks at Jim Beam. Knob Creek 2001 Bourbon is the oldest Knob Creek release to date, spending 14 years in barrels before being bottled at 100 proof. 2001 was also the year that current master distiller Fred Noe had the torched passed to him from his father, the late Booker Noe. Some of the last barrels that Booker laid down in 2001 are represented in this special batch of Knob that also comes packaged in this commemorative wooden case.