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Things to do for May 19, 2011
A Yacht Party, Tiki Drinks and Contortionists
The weekend goes better with tequila.
This inaugural, four-day indie art fair covers the spectrum of art panel discussions to synchronized performances in the Phoenix Hotel’s pool—all while exhibiting pieces from 30 contemporary galleries. It all kicks off at the VIP preview party tonight. Bathing suits optional. (But they always are.)
A Dim Sum Staple Meets the Cheesesteak
Eating pot stickers and Philly cheesesteaks in one sitting: not normal. That is, until a former Top Chef contestant turned food truck guru put together grilled Angus rib eye steak, caramelized onions, peppers and a hefty coating of Velveeta, then fashioned it into a pan-fried dumpling. Dim sum may never be the same again.
It’s not every Friday that you can hop aboard a four-story, 125-foot yacht named Cabernet Sauvignon, order endless martinis from an open bar and sail the Bay. Mix Master Mike will be headlining, poker chips will be dealt, and all proceeds go to a good cause. It’s more like every other Friday...
Circus entertainment in the most literal sense—think: stilters, clowns, contortionists, sword swallowers, burlesque—is in the lineup. But the real draw will be endless craft brews from the likes of BrewDog, Anchor Steam, Sonoma Springs and Russian River. Mimes and IPA, together at last...
While the centerpiece of this tiki-inspired happy hour might be the enormous erupting volcano bowl (a tasty rum concoction called the Flame Emperor’s Punch), there’s also the lineup of bartenders from Burritt Room to Bourbon & Branch mixing various cocktails. Happy hours can never have too much rum.