Things to do for February 13, 2014

The Weekender

Doves, Torches and a Critical Friday Night Delivery

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Thursday
Time to Release Some Doves
WHEN DOVES FLY

Time to Release Some Doves

Friday is coming. Friday. Might be a good day to send somebody a package that includes a bottle of rosé champagne, a dozen roses and a dove release. Right. Professionally trained doves. Because, you know, it’s Friday and all.

Friday
One-Hour Condom Delivery Is Real
PROS AND CONDOMS

One-Hour Condom Delivery Is Real

There is a bike messenger hurtling toward you. A noble messenger who desires, nay, lives to deliver you the condoms you ordered online less than an hour ago. Yep, on-demand bicycle condom delivery: it’s a game-changing new service that launches on Valentine’s Day. Hard to say why.

Can You Believe It: A16’s 10 Years Old
A16 CANDLES

Can You Believe It: A16’s 10 Years Old

Whether or not you care about Valentine’s Day, it’s hard not to get a little emotional over A16’s 10th-anniversary party. Friday, the original chef is joining the current one for a four-course pizza-and-pasta retrospective. In matters of pasta, you’ve always worn your heart on your sleeve.

Feb 14, $85/person ($145 with wine), A16, 2355 Chestnut St (near Divisadero), 415-771-2216, see the menu

Stag Dining’s Clandestine Luau
GOING STAG

Stag Dining’s Clandestine Luau

Follow the tiki torches. That’s not a riddle. It’s just what you need to do when you show up to Stern Grove. The torches will lead you to a Stag Dining luau, with snow-cone cocktails, shrimp toast, a whole roasted pig and, yeah, sorry, a fair amount of “getting lei’d” jokes.

Feb 14, 7-10pm, $75, Get Lei’d Luau, undisclosed location near Stern Grove, tickets here

Saturday
Guam Food Is a Thing You Can Have Now
DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU GOT TILL IT’S GUAM

Guam Food Is a Thing You Can Have Now

There are two guys named Shawn behind Prubechu, and they love Guam’s food. On the off chance you’re unfamiliar, that means caramelized potato soup and tinaktak (handmade capellini pasta with beef, beans and coconut). Good thing, too. You’ve been craving a good tinaktak. Last one was mediocre at best.

Now open for dinner, lunch starts Mar 1, Prubechu, 2847 Mission St (at 24th), 415-952-3654, see the menu

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