We’re hooking you up with five hours in a private jet—anytime you’d like—with tickets to the final round of this year’s Masters. Plus, exclusives from a couple of SF’s finest: stylish spring shirts and shorts from Welcome Stranger and superb handmade leather belts from Taylor Stitch.
Things to do for March 22, 2012
Fried Chicken, Sleeping Bags and Dave Eggers
The weekend can only be returned for store credit.
You might know him as the guy behind 826 Valencia and the pirate shop, or maybe as the guy who wrote A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. Either way, you’ll be able to ask him burning questions about his take on SF, philanthropy and eye patches.
Just reopening their window up in Yountville to dole out their tasty boxed meals of buttermilk fried chicken and barbecue would be enough. But being the country cousin to the French Laundry, they’ve topped that by adding beer and wine into the mix. They know you too well.
The makers of your favorite sleeping bag for two are opening their showroom, so you’ll want to be there to celebrate. If that’s not enough, ice-cold beer, street food from Namu and Hey, Cookie, and a photo booth will be on hand. It has been too long since your last camping trip...
Movie Night at Jasper’s
You’ve probably watched The Untouchables enough to not need to see it again. But you probably haven’t screened it during the debut of a hand-selected barrel of bourbon. Get yours by the shot, on ice or in a cocktail, order the spicy popcorn and settle in. Jimmy Malone would approve.