Your Perks: 1) Ergonomic, wind-resistant umbrellas that have Bluetooth tracking so they’ll never break or get lost. 2) Phantom bags by Céline. You know, the kind that people lose their minds over? Those ones. 3) Just a dark-wooded, sexy humidor for your cigars.
Things to do for September 24, 2015
Sake and Steak and Winery Boot Camp
The weekend’s good for it.
But You Want It Now
Everlane will now deliver you attractive wearable things in an hour or less. Some potential problems this
—You spill coffee on your shirt and have a lunch date in 45 minutes.
—You book a last-minute trip and need a tote bag and three gray T-shirts, pronto.
Other problems, too.
Eat Sushi. Drink Sake. Feel Happy.
Dear Enjoyers of Sushi and Sake,
There’s a new Japanese spot called Shido opening between Hayes Valley and the Mission. They’re doing sushi and sake and other Japanese things you like, and they’re soft-open now for lunch and dinner.
Someone Who Just Thought You Should Know
Burgers and Beers and a Tiny Patio
Head to the new outdoor bar on Epic Steak’s enclosed patio. Claim two of the eight seats. Order the 3 B’s. Receive a bacon-cheddar Wagyu burger, a Bud and a brownie. Enjoy it all while looking out at the Bay Bridge. Continue making exceptional life choices.
It’s Boot Camp. Winery Boot Camp.
First, you’ll join the harvest crew in the vineyards to pick grapes and learn about wine. Then, you’ll enjoy a leisurely wine-paired lunch before more wine tastings happen over the course of the afternoon. Sounds grueling.
What Goes On After-Hours at Glaze
The day: Saturday.
The time: 12:45am.
The situation: You, pulling up to Glaze’s Marina location and receiving steak teriyaki, crispy gyoza and spicy chicken wings from their new late-night takeout window. A few Dynamo donuts, too. For good measure.
The mood: Notably lifted.