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Things to do for April 21, 2011
French Brunch, Late-Night Happy Hour and Homemade Peeps
The weekend likes to take the week off.
Hog & Rocks’ Late-Night Happy Hour
Where happy hours are concerned, more is always better. So we approve of the guys at Hog & Rocks tacking on a two-hour, late-night element to their offerings. Expect deals on cocktails like the Dark and Stormy, wine and beer, as well as oysters and gravy fries. And that’s just the short list.
Since Easter and bunnies go hand in hand, 4505 Meats’ Rabbit CSA is especially timely. Each cooler is filled with the equivalent of one rabbit, including rabbit sausage, plus non-rabbit fare like pickled eggs and homemade Peeps for up to six people. Or one really big meal for two.
Pe Yale Wine Bar Opens on Fillmore
Even though sister wine bar Wine Jar is only a dozen blocks away, the uphill climb is enough to make going there a deal breaker. Luckily, Pe Yale (Farsi for “glass of wine”) has more than enough small production wines (upwards of 60) to keep you occupied. We’re guessing “glass of wine” is an understatement.
Chez Spencer Starts Brunch
If you like to start your days with croissants, then you’ll be happy that this mainstay French hideout is finally doing brunch. It’s about as decadent as French brunches go, with truffle-topped, wood-oven baked eggs, Foie Gras au Torchon and Lobster Cappuccino—tasting exactly what that is would be worth the trip alone.
Half Off Cocktails at La Folie Lounge
Since this Parisian-style watering hole doesn’t normally have happy hour, you’ll want to make it a destination on Tuesday to get specialty gin cocktails like the Negroni-esque North Polk or a John Collins for $6, as well as $2 off Gougeres. That is, if you need an excuse.