Things to do for December 02, 2010

The Weekender

Endless BBQ, Hot Toddies and a Magic Bus

The weekend has been naughty and nice.

Thursday
Chocolate Packed with Booze
PERK ALERT

Chocolate Packed with Booze

It’s tuxedo season. So you’ve probably been wondering where to find some chocolates to match your formalwear. At long last, it’s here: the Black Tie Collection, an exclusive set of dark chocolate truffles infused with Guinness, Macallan scotch and other formal essentials, by Compartes Chocolatier. Includes black truffle truffles.

The March Madness of Dreidel-Spinning
SPIN CITY

The March Madness of Dreidel-Spinning

Your top-spinning prowess is legendary. This week’s chance to remind everyone: the Major League Dreidel Spin-Off, a bracket-style tournament for Hanukkah. The defending champ will attempt to best his 16-second record. It’s not too late to practice your wrist flick...

Friday
Mighty’s Seven-Year Anniversary Party
SEVEN WONDERS

Mighty’s Seven-Year Anniversary Party

The notorious club is turning seven the only way it knows how: with all-you-can-eat BBQ, drinks for $7 or less and 15 DJs spinning throughout the night. So basically, it’s just like your seventh birthday party.

Dec 3, 9pm-3am, $7 cover, Mighty, 119 Utah St (at 15th), 415-762-0151

Saturday
Time-Traveling to the ’60s
MAGIC MOUNTAIN

Time-Traveling to the ’60s

The Summer of Love. You’ve heard good things. And we’ve found just the time machine to take you back: a bus stocked with 16 projectors to give you an audio-visual tour of the city’s ’60s heyday. We know: you were expecting a DeLorean.

Saturdays, 1/3/5pm, $40, Magic Bus, Union Square (at Geary St), 800-838-3006

Sunday
Cocktailing, Prohibition-Style
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

Cocktailing, Prohibition-Style

Your healthy cocktailing habit has this night—the 77th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition—to thank. So dress in your 1920s best and raise a Tom and Jerry in appreciation of our constitutional right to drink. Nucky Thompson wanted it this way.

Dec 5, 6-10pm, $35, Boothby Center for the Beverage Arts, 1161 Mission St, tickets here

Tuesday
Family-Style Crab Feed at Starbelly
DEADLIEST CATCH

Family-Style Crab Feed at Starbelly

Last week, we found you a new Monday night crab feed. This week, we found one for your Tuesday. The good people at Starbelly are throwing together a family-style feed with heaping plates of Dungeness along with potatoes and sausages. Your move, Wednesday.

Dec 7, 5-9pm, $56, Starbelly, 3583 16th St (at Noe), 415-252-7500

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