When your favorite clothing store is named after your go-to vegetable, it's only a matter of time before those two worlds collide. Stop by Carrots' first farmers market, and along with fresh produce, pick up this season's choice pieces like a Michael Bastian khaki suit and Nobody jeans at 20 percent off.
Things to do for March 26, 2009
Whisky-a-Go-Go, Lebowski Bowl and Endless Happy Hour
The weekend's bracket is looking good.
Café Prague Now Open
If you're looking to break up the usual weekday turkey club routine, check out the newly relocated Café Prague and do as the natives do: order Sauerbraten and wash it down with a few Czech Krusovice lagers… a pastrami on rye works too.
It's not every day that you get to see 50 dancers wearing Chicago artist Nick Cave's hand-sewn "soundsuits" made of everything from twigs to bottle caps come to life. If it's visual overload, just throw back a few cocktails and let the evening unfold.
Get your whisky on with cigar and booze pairings and countless tasting booths of favorites from Yamazaki to Glenlivet—aboard the San Francisco Belle (that's a boat, by the way). She'll be docked, but you might want to practice your sea legs just in case.
Help Vintage 415 give this landmark ten-pin venue a proper send-off, Big Lebowski-style. There will be free-flowing White Russians from the full bar and prizes for best costume—whether you show up in bowling gear or a robe.
It's hard to refuse the lure of the deck at Sam's on a sunny day, but an all-Sunday happy hour with $4 apps like Braised Pork Nachos, $4 cocktails and $3 drafts of Tiburon Blonde and Speakeasy Big Daddy—all on a fireside patio—makes it easy.