Retro golf jackets, crazy mouse-exploding t-shirts and indigo jeans are all marked down at this newly launched Mission shop. We're talking 50 percent off or buy-two-get-one-free in some cases, so come in and let her build you for less.
Things to do for July 10, 2008
The Weekend Starts Here
The weekend is eating a baguette.
Ubuntu's James Beard Menu
Known to leave full-fledged carnivores speechless, Chef Jeremy Fox has serious skills with produce. (Trust
us, you've never had cauliflower like this before.) He shares the same vegetarian tasting menu he's prepping
for the James Beard House in New
Watch screenings of pinup/movie star/amazing sexual creature Brigitte Bardot at this pre-Bastille Day bash. DJs will spin French pop, and there will be drink specials and go-go dancers. Could be a great opportunity to meet your own modern-day Bardot.
Rare Images of the Rolling Stones
Two photographers compiled some of their best unseen images of time spent with Mick and the gang from 1966-1971. You can check them out at Saturday's world premiere of Beggars to Exiles. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Sure, you could celebrate Bastille Day packed like a sardine on Belden Place. But for a more peaceful—and toasty—night, try the three-course prix fixe at Chez Papa Resto, where your only challenge will be deciding between steak frites and wine-braised lamb.
All-You-Can-Eat Italian BBQ at Ducca
A weekly all-you-can-eat barbecue feast that includes Salsiccia Della Casa (housemade sausage), lots more meat served buffet-style and a Peroni to wash it all down—all for a mere 14 bucks. Say it with us: best deal in town.