This week, Perks is introducing you and three friends to none other than Joel McHale on the set of The Soup. Assuming all that comic genius can fit in one studio.
Things to do for June 24, 2010
Endless Sausage, Street Food and Coconut Goblets
The weekend is on the ball.
Sausage and Beer Fest
Try seven different links, right off the grill, like Namu's Pork and Kimchee and 4505 Meats' Bacon-Wrapped Chili—matched with seven beers brewed by members of the San Francisco Brewers Guild. Don't cross the guild.
Pisco Night at Pisco Latin Lounge
Come in to Pisco Latin Lounge for free pisco drinks until 7pm, then stay for $6 pisco sours and pisco-paired tapas until midnight. We see a theme developing here...
The Cultural Pick
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The founders of Gap managed to find some time between growing their empire of jeans and polo shirts to amass an astounding collection of art. Enough to fill the top two floors of the MOMA and its garden. The roster reads like a who's who of the art elite. Sadly, no khakis.
Domingo de Coco at Smuggler's Cove
Every so often, it's nice to switch things up, put down the drinking glass and go with a fresh coconut as your goblet of choice. So Smuggler's Cove is serving up your rum cocktail in that handy tropical fruit this Sunday. Maybe beer in a boot next Sunday.
Spice Kit Opens in SoMa
You'd go to great lengths (read: venture into the Tenderloin) for Asian street food. But now you'll only have to go as far as this new SoMa lunch spot for banh mi or ssäm in all their short rib, roast pork or chicken glory. It's all prepped by French Laundry and Ritz-Carlton vet chefs—proving once again that nobody's above solid street food.
Absinthe's Pop-Up Cocktail Bar
Starting Monday, the Absinthe crew will be hosting Pickled, a monthly pop-up bar where you'll get to preview eight to 10 yet-to-be-released cocktails like mezcal with cucumber and lemon, or pisco with figs and sage. We think you're up for the task.