Bourbon. BBQ. Beer. On October 12, you’re indulging in unlimited amounts of all three—with an exclusive VIP ticket to the B4 Bash. Your other Perks: the world’s smallest earphones—used by the Secret Service and the FBI. And one-of-a-kind watches from the golden age of watchmaking.
Things to do for September 26, 2013
Alley Beer, Skirt Steak and Fedoras
All weekend things must come to an end.
At Last, a Tender Greens Lunch
Say you go to Tender Greens for lunch soon—yes, there’s finally one in SoMa—and tell them you want some skirt steak. They’ll have questions. Like if you want it on a plate, or on a salad, or in a sandwich. They’re very inquisitive when it comes to skirt steak.
There’s a crazy three-day hat thing happening at Goorin HQ. Basically, you’ll show up for a big sale and you’ll find some $20 fedoras. And that’s pretty much it. Okay, so maybe it’s not that crazy. But still. Those are some steeply discounted hats right there.
Here’s a Wonderful Terrible Idea
At a certain point in September, the lack of holiday weekends becomes sort of disturbing. So you could be forgiven for cutting out early on Friday for “lunch” at Elixir—which is actually a tasting of 10 whiskeys from Four Roses. But technically there are snacks.
Unionmade likes to make things easy for you. Their new collaboration with United Arrows (keywords: impeccable, Japanese) gets you an entire outfit if you want it—it’s a jacket, a vest, some shirts, chinos and socks. Deploy in case of nudity emergency.
Great local beers in a bar: you’re not one to turn that kind of thing down. Great local beers in an alley: nope. Not turning that down either. Novela’s planning on six hours of brews, blues and food trucks outside on Saturday. Annie Alley: now is your time to shine.