Things to do for January 13, 2016

The Weekender

First, a David Bowie Sing-Along. Then, Weird Brunch.

The weekend is a starman waiting in the sky.

Wednesday
Modern Art, Open Bars and You
MOMA MIA

Modern Art, Open Bars and You

It’s true: you miss the MOMA. So you should probably head to the Fog Design+Art preview gala tonight at Fort Mason. In addition to checking things out before it opens to the public this weekend, you get to eat things and drink things. Nothing like “design-inspired” cocktails to ease the pain of separation.

Friday
Rainy Day Blues: Cured
PORTLAND OF CALL

Rainy Day Blues: Cured

All this rain’s got you feeling very... Pacific Northwest–y. Explore these feelings at Cafe Eugene, which just opened in Albany from the guys behind Little Star and celebrates the spirit of Portland and its surrounding environs. Meaning smoked fish, hot cocktails and clam chowder pot pie. Repeat: clam chowder pot pie.

Saturday
Sushi Things Are Afoot on Haight
RAW EMOTIONS

Sushi Things Are Afoot on Haight

And here’s the part where we tell you about Ginza, a new sushi spot in the Haight that’s all about sake. It’s also about sushi like their signature roll with yellowtail, two ways. But it’s mostly probably about sake. Hope you enjoyed the part where we told you about Ginza.

A David Bowie Sing-Along. Yes.
SING IT ON

A David Bowie Sing-Along. Yes.

This weekend, Alamo Drafthouse is honoring David Bowie the best way they know how: by hosting a Labyrinth sing-and-quote-along. Grab a seat, watch the cult classic on the big screen and, you know... sing and quote along. BYO Muppets.

Sunday
Get Ready for Your Brunch Close-Up
PROJECT BRUNCHWAY

Get Ready for Your Brunch Close-Up

“If only this brunch spot looked more like a fashion showroom” was probably not something you thought last time you went to brunch. Now, it need never be thanks to Thoughts Style Cuisine Showroom, a new breakfast/brunch/dinner joint that looks a lot like that. They’ll also be selling sunglasses soon. Right. Goodbye.

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