Things to do for July 31, 2014

The Weekender

How to Meet Your Fried-Chicken Deadline

Any port in a weekend...

Thursday
An Aether Shipping-Container Sale
SHIPPING NEWS

An Aether Shipping-Container Sale

All you have to do, if you want an excellent Pinnacle shell for a morning run or a new pair of swim trunks for the weekend, is climb into some shipping containers on Hayes Street. Almost everything in the funky Aether store is 20% off. Not the containers.

Through Aug 3, Aether Apparel, 489 Hayes St (at Octavia), 415-437-2345, in-store and online

Friday
200 Restaurants Show Up in Fort Mason
BUILD A FORT

200 Restaurants Show Up in Fort Mason

There must be some good restaurant that isn’t participating in Eat Drink SF, that epic Fort Mason food fest that used to be known as SF Chefs over in Union Square. There must be. You’ll get to the bottom of this, one delicious participant at a time...

Whiskey and Axes, What Could Go Wrong
RYE WIT

Whiskey and Axes, What Could Go Wrong

Say a rye distillery sets up a pop-up shop inside the Voyager, and that pop-up involves nice-looking, locally made surfboards and axes and... no whiskey. You should probably visit this pop-up at Friday’s opening party, when there will be Old Fashioneds. It’s only right.

Aug 1, 6-9pm; pop-up through Aug 31; Slow & Low pop-up at The Voyager, 365 Valencia St (between 14th and 15th), 415-795-1748

Outerlands Reservations: Now Possible
ALL LANDS ON DECK

Outerlands Reservations: Now Possible

Well, everything about your existence changes tomorrow. Maybe not, but Outerlands will start accepting reservations (up to a month out), and that’s kind of a really big deal. So that bread-loving part of your existence changes tomorrow.

Online reservations accepted starting Aug 1, Outerlands, 4001 Judah St (at 45th), 415-661-6140, reserve here

Tuesday
Fried Chicken Until There Isn’t Any
FRIED AND TRUE

Fried Chicken Until There Isn’t Any

Formulate your strategy now. Tuesday you’ll need to make an early exit, because the Uncle Brother’s Chicken pop-up is happening at the Residence—it involves different kinds of fried chicken every week (Southern, Japanese...), and it only exists until they sell out for the night. Tell only those you trust.

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