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Things to do for January 10, 2013
Oysters, Beer and Suits
The weekend is minting a $1 trillion coin.
Hickey Freeman at Up to 75% Off
We’ve got good news and bad news. The bad: Hickey Freeman—one of the country’s oldest clothiers—is shutting down its SF outpost. The good: everything in the store is up to 75% off. It’s never too soon to stock up on New England-y sport coats.
Oysters Aplenty in the Mission
Mission Street Oyster Bar. You only get one guess what’s happening here. It’s a minimalist space, it’s from the guy behind Anchor Oyster Bar, and it’s where you’ll scoop up oysters, chowder and crab cakes. We hope that’s what you guessed.
Making Drinks at Soda Popinski’s
If your New Year’s resolution was to take up bartending, that’s... really strange. Also, you’ll want to head here. Volunteer your drink-making services, invite all your friends over, and they’ll donate the night’s proceeds to the charity of your choice. You did resolve to give more this year...
Hot Toddy Day at Blackbird
If you didn’t know already, tomorrow is National Hot Toddy Day. And in celebration of this hugely important/fake holiday, Blackbird is launching a new toasty beverage made with single-barrel bourbon and Earl Grey syrup. In some circles, it’s considered a cold cure-all. Your kind of circles.
Loads of Beer in Rockridge
It’s all about the beer here, so keep it in your back pocket when you’re thirsty and in Rockridge. They’ve got an eclectic, rotating selection of bottles and taps from the suspects both usual (Germany and Belgium) and less so (hello, Sweden). Samples will be poured—you’re nothing if not thorough.