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Things to do for July 05, 2012
Brisket Tacos, Sazeracs and Running with the Fake Bulls
Four score and seven weekends ago...
Main Street Garden Gets a Taco Shop
Downtown just upped its taco quotient. The new guy: Rusty Taco. The locale: Main Street Garden. And the menu: a lot like the Greenville Avenue location. So go ahead. Grab a brisket taco and a seat outside, and plan to stay awhile. Like, say, from breakfast through dinner.
Taking Over Bolsa Mercado
You love parties. Bolsa Mercado knows this. So every Friday for the rest of the summer, they’re turning the market store into a 20-person restaurant. With a multicourse menu and a special beer/wine list. Now, to find 19 other people who appreciate special beer/wine lists...
A Fake Running of the Bulls
It’s that time of year again. When bulls run wild in Pamplona. And you... don’t. Because, you know, getting gored hurts. So instead, head to Cafe Madrid on Saturday. They’ve got live music, fresh tapas, flamenco dancing and a mock bull run. It’s your favorite type of near-death experience. The fake kind.
Tap Sazeracs on a Rooftop
You remember 7th Haven. Great rooftop. Raucous crowds. Well, this week, it’s back. But with a new name. And as a totally different bar. That’s steered by your pal Brad from the Usual. Expect cold beers and Sazeracs on tap, plus a bunch of food trucks parked in back. Also: that rooftop. Yeah, those never get old.
An Open-Mic Night. For Bartenders.
The BST bartenders: fine chaps. Serve a good Velvet Hammer. But man cannot live on Velvet Hammers alone. Thus, you’ll want to drop by on Mondays. Each week, the tavern is hosting a guest bartender. Perhaps you. Yes, if you want a cameo shift, just ask. Then, channel Tom Cruise... from Cocktail... not real life.