The guys at Mamacita are prepping $2.50 tacos, dishing out heaping plates of chilaquiles and pouring margaritas, mojitos, sangria and shots of Herradura for $4. They’re dubbing it Hora de Feliz, but we’d say “happy hour” is universal.
Things to do for September 02, 2010
Fried Chicken, Bloody Marys and an Art Block Party
The weekend is beach-bound.
Divisadero Art Walk
Yes, there will be art. But really, we’re here for the block party, as nearly every bar and restaurant from Bar Crudo to Little Star will be having their usual happy hours. And spots like Tsunami will extend their half-off sushi and sake deals for the occasion. Sure to help with the art appreciation.
Naked Lunch One-Year Celebration
The good people of Naked Lunch are serving up their signature Fried Chicken Sandwich on Saturday for $4, in celebration of making it to the one-year mark. Grab yours and take it next door to eat on Enrico’s patio—perfectly positioned for getting seconds.
Shakespeare in the Presidio
Arm yourself with some wine and catch a ’60s interpretation of what’s thought to be Shakespeare’s first play, Two Gentlemen of Verona. It’s all about the conflict between friendship and love, with a dash of cross-dressing. Shakespeare would’ve loved San Francisco.
Brunch and Snacks at Nopa
Starting this weekend, you can dine at Nopa at 1am as per usual, then turn around and come back for brunch, too. The menu will be slightly more egg-heavy, but their razor-sharp focus on cocktails won’t waver. Which means you’re in good hands in the Bloody Mary department.