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Things to do for April 19, 2012
Hula Dancers, Mac and Cheese and Partying at SFMOMA
For now, the weekend. So long...
Charitable Drinking at Jardinière
Your game plan tonight: pork-belly sliders and rye-based Monte Carlos or tequila-spiked Monte Carloses. (Bonus: you may just see someone familiar behind the bar.) Oh, and all proceeds go to the California Coastkeeper Alliance. We’re not accountants, but... go ahead, write it off on your taxes.
Nothing big here, just your typical quiet night out with 15 hula dancers, a roasted pig, a full Hawaiian-themed buffet and simulated tropical rainstorms on stage. Wearing a coconut bikini: optional.
Endless Oysters at B Bar
Saturday’s forecast: sunshine. Oysters. Beer. (Seriously, the weather guy must be on a bender or something.) Anyway, the good people over at B are combining the three: handsome views of Yerba Buena Gardens, all-you-can-eat oysters and beer. Chardonnay and pisco, too, but... mostly beer.
Andalu’s Mac-and-Cheese Mondays
Mondays get a bad rap. But if anything can turn that around, it’d be this: mac-and-cheese night. That’s right, every Monday from open to close, Andalu will practically give away fried mac-and-cheese tenders for $2, with $3 Trumers and $4 fernet. Some might even call it dinner.
Consider this a slam-dunk date: SFMOMA’s biggest party, replete with endless bubbly, celebrity-chef DJs and bites from Bix and Aziza. The exhibits will be closed, but your partying is an art form unto itself.