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Things to do for June 16, 2011
Crawfish, Pig Roasts and Caddyshack
The weekend is raising a glass to weekend Sr.
It’s that old story: candy store with nostalgic treats like gobstoppers and exotics like green tea Kit Kats turns four, celebrates with free chocolate-covered and caramel-filled samples. Not only that, but they’re serving bubbly and Middle Eastern bites. So, candy store birthday party/gift-wrapped date.
Gratis Shoe Shine at F.S.C. Barber
This weekend, you can head into F.S.C. Barber for a complimentary shoe shine in a historic two-seater from the 1893 World’s Fair. Since it’s in honor of Father’s Day, you can treat him to one as well—or at least let him admire the job well done.
There’s lots of grilling in your future, so switch gears New Orleans–style with all-you-can-eat crawfish, Abita and a live brass band. They’ll be boiling 600 pounds per hour, but you can sign up for 90-minute VIP shifts before the 2pm free-for-all. If there were a civilized approach to all-you-can-eat crawfish, this would be it.
Nothing says summer better than a movie in the park—especially when that movie is Caddyshack (arguably the best gopher movie of all time). To be on the safe side, pack blankets, jackets and a warming little toddy. It is summer in San Francisco, after all.
This quasi luau also serves as the kickoff for PSC’s summer pig roasts—featuring a whole roasted pig and potent mai tais. (Since it’s also Father’s Day, they’re tossing in gratis pork sliders.) For an added touch, they’re putting on a vintage Hawaiian shirt contest—winner gets his own luau. So channel your best Magnum, P.I.