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Things to do for December 09, 2010
An Oyster Feast, a Barbershop and Pop-Tarts
The weekend will not be WikiLeaked.
While Tell Tale is building its permanent shop, you can add Big Daddy’s to the short list of where to get chorizo scallion cakes, pumpkin and leek Pop-Tarts and coffee-bourbon buns. The more coffee-bourbon buns in the world, the better.
The folks behind Durable Goods Concern are adding a two-chair barbershop to their pop-up marketplace, with clothes from AB Fits, Tellason and Taylor Stitch—as well as slices from Pizza Hacker. Which means you could walk in starved, with unruly hair and in sweats, and walk out the well-fed, dapper gentleman you are.
Local hatmakers going on 115 years are opening the doors to their warehouse filled with prototypes and limited-production toppers from seasons past. You can also go to any of their stores and mention the sample sale to get 25% off. That is, if you have something against warehouses.
Champagne and Oyster Feast at Comstock
We’re not sure whether champagne and oysters were everyday fare during Barbary Coast times. Either way, we’re happy to celebrate with a four-course Barbary Coast–themed oyster feast paired with bubbly. Then resolve to make it everyday fare going forward.
When it comes to making your cocktail, you defer to the experts. But sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands, and when that happens, you’ll want to be prepared. Hence this two-hour intensive on the cocktails you drink early and often. Which you’ll be doing plenty of in class...