Things to do for December 04, 2014

The Weekender

Endless Mole, Bottomless Micheladas and Some Vinyl

It’s raining. Might want to bring a weekend with you.

Thursday
Friday
There’s a New Taproom. Go to It.
TAP TAP

There’s a New Taproom. Go to It.

Your Friday forecast: a warm, indoor activity, like drinking blonde and scotch ales inside of a taproom at the newly opened Independent Brewing Company, which is now offering tours with a couple of pints thrown in. Also: rain.

Endless Mole Is Happening
HOLY MOLE

Endless Mole Is Happening

Brazilian caramels. Vinyl records. An all-you-can-eat mole feast from La Cocina. We’re not just naming random things you like. We’re naming things you can get at Ghirardelli Square’s new holiday market. There’ll be at least 40 vendors, so strategy is key. We’d start with the mole and go from there.

Saturday
Two New Brunches to Add to Your Roster
BRUNCH VS. BRUNCH

Two New Brunches to Add to Your Roster

1) Monsieur Benjamin’s: Come here when you’re feeling... French. As in brioche french toast, Dungeness crab rémoulade and oysters.
2) The Hall’s: There will be tons of brunch specials but, most importantly, the bar will be offering bottomless mimosas, micheladas and shandies for $10.28.

Glasses and Wine. Sure, Why Not.
CAUSING A SPECTACLE

Glasses and Wine. Sure, Why Not.

Maybe you just feel like looking at stylish Garrett Leight glasses and sunglasses while drinking Scribe Winery wine. You should stop by GLCO’s spectacle pop-up shop at Welcome Stranger. Because they’re offering custom fittings for their sleek eyewear and half-off prescription lenses. And because Scribe Winery will be there.

Sunday
You Can Own a Piece of Smuggler’s Cove
HOW BAZAAR

You Can Own a Piece of Smuggler’s Cove

You’ve been thinking. Your wet bar could use some tiki touches. A mask. Some barware. A torch. Good news: in honor of their fifth anniversary, Smuggler’s Cove is auctioning off pieces from the owner’s tiki stash. Bid. Win. Then come back Monday to celebrate at their all-night happy hour.

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