Things to do for December 01, 2011

The Weekender

A Mobile Cookie Bakery and Other Weekend Essentials

The weekend is opening the floodgates.

Thursday
Friday
Knife-Making Master’s Trunk Show
A CUT ABOVE

Knife-Making Master’s Trunk Show

If you’ve been blanking on what to get your knife-collecting uncle, a stop at the William Henry Studio trunk show will be fortuitous. While the limited-edition knives are considered collectors’ items, they’re also functional for opening envelopes—or gutting a boar. If your uncle’s not into that, they make pens, too.

Dec 2, noon-5pm, On the Fly, 1 Embarcadero Center (Street Level), 415-765-0993 

Saturday
The Fresh-Baked Cookie Truck
COOKIE MONSTER

The Fresh-Baked Cookie Truck

You’ll smell the cookies baking in the oven aboard this old taco truck long before you actually set eyes on a molasses spice or chocolate chip. Of course, smelling is not eating. And that’s what comes next...

Now rolling, CookieTime, 3865 24th St (at Sanchez), 415-735-5055, follow on Twitter

Sunday
Crab Roast at PSC
SHELL GAMES

Crab Roast at PSC

After a drama-filled delay, the crab fishermen are hard at work, which means you’ll have some big crustaceans on your hands. And now, you can count on fire-roasted Dungeness and garlicky pasta every Sunday. That’s on top of the daily cracked crab offering—you know, to make up for lost time.

Barback Olympics at Mezzanine
GOING FOR THE GOLD

Barback Olympics at Mezzanine

Cheer on the barbacks from some of your favorite watering holes as they race through an obstacle course of bottle relays, ice bucket challenges and keg changing. Or, for them, an ordinary night that could end with a podium finish.

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