Things to do for September 20, 2012

The Weekender

Your Weekend: Beer, Tennis and Ghost-Pepper Hoagies

The weekend takes no prisoners.

Thursday
Hoagies Galore on 7th
YELLOW SUBMARINE

Hoagies Galore on 7th

Your favorite cult sandwich makers have turned their attention to foot-longs. There are 11 house hoagies, but you’ll want to try the #1 extra-spicy—a salami/mortadella/capicola number with a hearty portion of ghost peppers on it. Consider yourself warned.

Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm, 1058 Hoagie, 180 7th St (at Natoma), 415-552-8984

Prepping for a Massive Pop-Up Feast
WHITE NOISE

Prepping for a Massive Pop-Up Feast

Okay, so you’ve already marked your calendar for Le Dîner on October 19. But the pop-up picnic/white party requires some preparation. First: take the white tux to the cleaners. Second: reserve white chairs to rent. Because God forbid you show up with gray ones...

Friday
Drinking to Help Others
COAST TO COAST

Drinking to Help Others

Sometimes, doing your part for the good of the world requires sacrifice. And by sacrifice, we mean taking in a concert by New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint, all to benefit the Louisiana wetlands. Hey, someone’s got to do it.

Saturday
A Weekend of Watching Tennis
GAME, SET, MATCH

A Weekend of Watching Tennis

The last Grand Slam tournament just ended in Flushing Meadows, but there’s more tennis to be had. Head out to Mill Valley to catch those chest-bumping Bryan brothers as they go for 294 consecutive weeks as the world’s highest-ranked doubles team. Which, according to our calculations, is a long, long time.

Monday
There Will Be Beer. Lots of It.
STRANGE BREW

There Will Be Beer. Lots of It.

The guys at Almanac are breaking open some new brewed delicacies, like their limited-edition California Fresh Hop Ale (using hand-harvested barley from Stanford). Expect pairings like Japanese beef stew with 2010 vintage blackberry ale and honey saison ice cream with... honey saison. Act surprised.

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