Our eyes are set on one thing: the Super Bowl. For your snacking pleasure, Perks is hooking you up with bacon bourbon caramel corn (yes, it’s as delicious as it sounds) and your choice of three moonshine-infused salsas or barbecue sauces. And to complete your experience: surround sound speakers.
Things to do for January 26, 2012
An Eight-Hour Beer Tour and Playing the Guitar
Sh*t the weekend says.
Sweetwater Music Hall Debuts
This two-story, century-old Masonic lodge might feel like you’re in someone’s home (one that’s blessed with incredible acoustics), but it’s trying to be a concert hall. With backers like the Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, expect intimate jam sessions as well as guitar and keyboard master classes. Just don’t call it band camp.
Foie Gras Dinner at Alexander’s
While the countdown to the foie gras ban is on, you’re not concerned (you’ve got connections). But you’ll happily partake in the plethora of gluttonous foie dinners of late—like this six-course extravaganza of foie gras in torchon, powder and Dippin’ Dots form. Yes, foie Dippin’ Dots...
PSC’s Fifth-Anniversary Party
After five years, you’d think these guys would know how to throw a decent party. And you don’t know how right you are. Fried-chicken bites, pork sliders and beignets as well as gratis bubbly and $5 cocktails are just part of it. We’re already looking forward to year six.
Epic Roasthouse Turns Four
It’s hard to remember the waterfront without Epic Roasthouse and its seafood counterpart, so don’t bother. Just head into this bayside steakhouse for a celebratory dinner of bone marrow and beef tenderloin, and pair it with $4 cocktails and $44 bottles of wine. Go four rounds and you might get a prize.
You’ve got time before this beer-stocked bus rolls out, but not much time before all the seats on it are taken. The tour includes stops at the Bistro Double IPA Festival (think: three and a half hours of IPAs and BBQ), Pi Bar and Rosamunde. Since they don’t take you home, make some arrangements...