You’re getting three 16-ounce bottles—roughly a month’s worth—of California’s finest cold brew coffee... for $24. We’re also getting you 20% off some handsome leather wallets and bags, and up to 25% off beautiful bamboo charging docks for your iThings. Stay handsome out there.
And the lifetime achievement award goes to... the weekend.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
These People Will Build You an App
Brunch, Marilyn and 3,000 Pounds of Meat
These Pools Would Like You to Be in Them
A Victorian-Style Date Spot in the Marina
A Neighborhood Spot with Pretzels and a Patio
Starmont’s Patio and Tasting Room Are Nice