This week, Perks has found you the perfect summer shirt, cut with just enough tail to be tucked, but not so much that you can’t wear the shirt untucked. It’s like having two shirts in one, and they’re half off. We’ll leave the rest of the math to you.
Things to do for July 08, 2010
Absinthe Root Beer, Wine To-Go and The Lohan
The weekend is summoning summer.
Rickhouse’s Summer Cocktails
The cocktail scientists at Rickhouse have emerged from their lab with a new summer lineup, including the absinthe and root beer Big Dig and the dark blackberry and whiskey Berry O’Brien. They were crafted not so much to beat the heat, but the fog. Not that you really need an excuse.
TechnoCraft Opening Party at YBCA
The time to indulge your desire to mix art, cocktails and demolition is now. Here (after a few gratis cocktails), you’ll get to contribute your own talent to selected works of art-in-the-making like the steel Do Hit Chair. Grab a hammer, smash the chair, and call it art. Apparently, the hammer’s the new paintbrush.
You might’ve heard or witnessed the mob scene at Hapa Ramen’s last pop-up at Coffee Bar, so you might be surprised to hear that they’re returning for a ramen-filled do-over. If you’re lucky, they’ll also have the Lindsay Lohan on the menu—which is their breaded pork sandwich that’s so good, it should be put behind bars.
InnerFog Wine Bar Opens
It’s good practice to have wine bars that you can call on in all parts of the city for impromptu quartinos and such. So you should know about this new Sunset spot—they’ve got couches and bar seats all over, but you can also buy a bottle and take it home. After all, impromptu bottles trump impromptu quartinos...
Expanded Nights at the Hideout
The backroom speakeasy that’s been hiding out at Dalva just added three more nights and a happy hour, including $5 cocktails like the Bourbon Mule and the rye/VT maple syrup Bleeding Tree. Given all this, they might need to find a new name.