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And the lifetime achievement award goes to... the weekend.

Thursday

UD - No More Chasing Down Naughty Naan
CURRY VILLAGE

No More Chasing Down Naughty Naan

You’ve diligently kept up with the Curry Up Now truck’s whereabouts over the years. Search no more: they’ve got a brick-and-mortar spot for their deconstructed samosas, pork-belly burritos and the meat-piled Naughty Naan. What it lacks in wheels, it makes up for in tables.

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Now open, Curry Up Now, 659 Valencia St (near 18th), 650-477-1001

UD - Take Your Next Art Date Here
PAINT BY NUMBERS

Take Your Next Art Date Here

You’ve always said that a meal at Bar Tartine was like a work of art. Well, someone really agrees with you. Like the artist behind this show of watercolors that depict dishes from Mission Chinese, Craftsman & Wolves and more. There’ll be snacks from Craftsman & Wolves, too. Life really does imitate art.

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Reception Feb 21, 6-9pm, exhibit through Mar 21, Pot + Pantry, 593 Guerrero St (at 18th), 415-206-1134

Friday

UD - This Week in Bourbon Cocktails
DISTILL MY BEATING HEART

This Week in Bourbon Cocktails

Bourbon: you’re a fan. So here’s a few new bourbon cocktails worth your while: the Manhattan-like 5th and Midnight at Rye; Bourbon & Branch’s Rough and Tumble (served with an IPA float); Clock Bar’s Bourbon in My Blood (with blood-orange liqueur) and ultimate aperitif, Shot Through the Heart. Bon Jovi approves.

Saturday

UD - Burgers. French Ones. In Sausalito...
FRENCH FRIES

Burgers. French Ones. In Sausalito...

French burgers. That’s what is going on at this new place. Also: tater tots called pommes dauphines. But mostly French burgers, like ones made with chorizo jam or wild-boar bacon. In France, they call it a Royale with boar.

Tuesday

UD - You, Training for the Tour de France
BREAKING AWAY

You, Training for the Tour de France

Your journey toward wearing the yellow jersey starts here. It’s a class, led by pro cyclists, that uses actual 20-speed road bikes attached to a computer that calculates your true cycling intensity. Just don’t try anything Lance Armstrong used.

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