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Things to do for September 12, 2013
Three-Foot Sandwiches, Late-Night Pop-Tarts and Basement Brunching
The weekend will see your bet and raise you.
This weekend represents Hill Country’s last on the lawn of the Building Museum. But you can help them sing their swan song as they bring their famous Wednesday night live-band karaoke to the lawn this evening. Yes, you should have a song ready. And a bandana.
Daikaya’s Late-Night Tots and Donuts
If you think tater tots and pop-tart ice cream sandwiches sound like a good idea now, just wait until midnight rolls around. Daikaya’s upstairs is unveiling a late-night menu, where you’ll find those items, plus stuff like donut sandwiches and pork belly bao. This calls for a sake bomb.
A Bike Tour of Beer... and Gin
It’ll be nice Saturday. Perfect day to clip into your bike... and tour some breweries. This bike trip hits Atlas Brew Works, Chocolate City Beer and the New Columbia Distillers, before winding up at the Bardo beer garden. Probably don’t have to put on all the Lycra for this one.
Three Feet’s Worth of Sandwich
Submitted for your game-day consumption: The Italian Stallion, aka three feet of grinder by Mike Isabella, comprising three kinds of Italian cold cuts, fresh mozzarella and pickled eggplant (among lots of other things). No word on an Apollo Creed.
A Basement Brunch with a DJ
Just when you thought you’d scrubbed the previous night’s DJ beats out of your head, there’s this: a basement brunch at B Too, helmed by DJ Neekola, with bottle service champagne and vodka. If it’s too early for that, just content yourself with lobster-and-egg skillets.