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Things to do for October 07, 2010
Oktoberfest, Whisky-Fueled Shirts and BBQ
The weekend is stretching a double into a triple.
Even if Oktoberfest 2010 has officially ended in Germany, its namesake month is a mere week old. So the good people at Social are extending the festivities by pouring beers and dishing out sausages, obaster cheese and housemade beer mustard. Take that, Munich.
Chris from old-school shirtmakers Gitman Brothers Vintage will be on hand to discuss the custom fabrics, colors and patterns that will end up as your next shirt. And Dickel Whisky of Tennessee will be on hand doling out tastings. Whisky always enhances the creative process.
All-You-Can-Eat BBQ at Big Nate’s
This barbecue joint institution, going on 20 years, is celebrating in the best way we can think of: endless barbecue, beer and wine. And owner/former Golden State Warrior Big Nate, aka “Nate the Great” will be around to say hey. Remember, no basketball on a full stomach.
You’ve done the rooftop thing for Fleet Week before, so this year, you might consider catching the Blue Angels from a yacht on the Bay. It’s a three-hour cruise, with a four-course dinner and prime real estate for fireworks viewing. Watching Fleet Week on water just seems right…
Morning Cocktails at Prospect
While 10/10/10 won’t come around for another 100 years, we’re happy to report that Sunday brunch at Prospect is now a weekly thing. This means you can get your fix of vodka-spiked OJ in the Wallbanger Royale starting at 11am—because 10am would be one too many 10s.