For Dad: 1) Exclusive, mantel-worthy leather baseballs, basketballs and footballs. 2) Vintage-style artwork of his favorite pastimes, framed and 50% off. 3) VIP tickets to Paul McCartney’s sold-out show at Fenway. Actually, this could all be for you, too...
Things to do for June 07, 2013
Brunch at El Techo, a New Turtle Tower and Miles Davis
The weekend’s got next.
Turtle Tower Is Back. It’s So Back.
Turtle Tower. Yeah, they’re pretty good at pho. And when their flagship spot in the Tenderloin closed after 13 years, it kind of stank. Because you really liked that place. Good thing they just opened a new one a few doors down. That’s all we got. Enjoy.
Saison Does à la Carte. You Smile.
They do this thing at Saison. It’s where you eat what they tell you to eat. Fine with you. They tell you to eat delicious things. But there’s an à la carte menu in the salon now. So you’ve got daily rotating options like Monterey Bay abalone and such. Options are nice.
Here Comes Some News About Waffles
This Bernal market has so many more maple-bacon waffles stuffed with frozen coffee custard than it used to. Like 100% more. That’s because the underground wafflesmiths at Suite Foods just opened up shop there. From now on, they’ll be around when you need them. Turns out, that’s always.
We Heard You Like Rooftop Brunches
We’ll just say it. El Techo has brunch now. Yep. And that’s pretty much all you need to know. The jalapeño cornbread eggs benedict and pitchers of sangria can pretty much speak for themselves when you get there. They can’t eat and drink themselves, though. That part’s on you.
You mostly know Miles Davis for his renowned abstract artwork. But you’d be surprised to hear he was also a pretty good jazz trumpeter. Or... wait. Anyway, there’s an exhibit featuring 35 pieces of his original artwork. It’s the first of its kind in the US. And it’s in Napa. So...