Things to do for January 27, 2011

The Weekender

$3 Martinis, Hangover Po’Boys and Airplane

The weekend is back by popular demand.

Epic and Waterbar Turn 3

Epic and Waterbar Turn 3

It’s hard to believe these waterfront spots are going on their third year, but all that really matters is that happy hour drinks will be $3 until 6:30pm today. Your martini, Dark and Stormy, and The Long Goodbye await (not necessarily in that order).

Toast Opens on Polk Street

Toast Opens on Polk Street

With just about every breakfast item you can think of on the menu—chicken-fried steak, breakfast burritos, corned beef hash, waffles—you’ll like that they serve until 4pm every day. Burgers, sandwiches and steak will be on hand until 11pm to even things out.

Daily, 7am-11pm, Toast, 1601 Polk St (at Sacramento), 415-928-1233

Casa Poleng at The Summit

Casa Poleng at The Summit

It was about time for Poleng’s first appearance at The Summit. Dinner will be Chef Tim’s old favorites like adobo wings, short ribs Caldereta and lemongrass beef sticks. They’re also bringing back cocktails for the occasion. The after-party wouldn’t be the same without them.

Jan 29, 6-9pm (after-party till 2am), $25, The Summit, 780 Valencia St, 415-861-5330

Yats’ Hangover Po’Boy Brunch

Yats’ Hangover Po’Boy Brunch

When a brunch sandwich combines breakfast and lunch in between two buttered sides of bread, you’ll rally. Order the Hangover Po’Boy and you’ll get a NO riff on SF’s Hangtown Fry—fried oysters, scrambled eggs, bacon and cheddar. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without a side of beignets.

Airplane Tribute Screening

<em>Airplane</em> Tribute Screening

The behind-the-scenes crew of this cult comedy who managed to make an in-flight food poisoning epidemic hilarious will be on hand to discuss anything you wanted to know about making Airplane. Surely they won’t be too serious, but don’t call them Shirley.

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