Things to do for March 25, 2011
Negronis by the Barrel, Johnny Cash and Banksy
The weekend walks the line.
Barrel-Aged Negronis at Zero Zero
A made-to-order drink always beats a ready-made cocktail. But Zero Zero’s Barrel-Aged Negroni (aged in bourbon barrels for 82 days) may be the springtime exception. Since it’s a limited supply, they’ll make a new cocktail once this runs out. You’ll want to clear your calendar for 82 days from now.
If it came from a still, they’ll probably be pouring it here—think: hundreds of single malts, bourbons and small-batch artisanal spirits. There’ll also be cocktail booths and bagpipes as well as cigars on the top deck. Oh yeah: it’s on a boat. But don’t worry, the boat will stay docked the whole time.
Drop by for never-before-seen photos of Johnny Cash shot by SF photographer Jim Marshall: images of Cash relaxing at home as well as behind the scenes at Folsom Prison and San Quentin. Well, we’re assuming Marshall saw them before...
There are roughly five known pieces of street art icon Banksy’s work in the city—including the doctor of peace and love one in Chinatown. This biodiesel/solar bus will chauffeur you around the city, making a total of eight stops. The meeting point is a coffee shop—and you should know the event is BYO.
The guys at Maverick are hosting their Halloween ritual early. It’ll work the same way: you get three mystery courses, and the table that guesses the most ingredients per course wins (guessing wine varietals adds bonus points). Fair warning: it’s no coincidence that it’s the day before April Fools’...