Your Perks: 1) A kit that includes all you need to create a picture. With a partner. Sans clothes. 2) Stylish aviators from the stylish Tom Ford. The sun never stood a chance. 3) Sparkling red rubies on necklaces, earrings and bracelets. For her, obviously.
Things to do for January 27, 2016
Rock, Roll and Late-Night French Dips
Raindrops keep falling on the weekend’s head.
Dolores Park. You two have had some times. Involving burritos. Bottles of wine. Other things. Anyway, its post-face-lift grand reopening is tonight, and you can celebrate by wearing things that light up. Right. A bottle of wine wouldn’t be out of place either.
Late-Night Meats and Drinks in the Mission
You enjoy meat. Especially the kind you can get until 3am on weekends, and especially when it involves pho-style French dips and cheese curd mashed potatoes. It’s all at Starboard, courtesy of a guy from the Alembic. Oh, and there’s a window into the cocktail bar next door for added enjoyment.
They Only Do Nigiri Here. Fair Enough.
And now, we bring news of Ijji. It’s a cozy little nigiri-only sushi joint that soft-opens tomorrow on Divisadero. The nigiri, served in twos and made with fish from Japan, should go rather swimmingly with a pair of stools at the counter. And a date. Otherwise you’d look weird.
It’s a Rock-and-Roll Birthday Party
Your 10th birthday party: laser tag. Maybe bowling. Probably pizza. The Bay Bridged’s 10th birthday party: a concert at Rickshaw Stop with the Stone Foxes and John Vanderslice and some other bands. And fine, pizza can stay.
It’s Raining Wine in Half Moon Bay
“We get it, El Niño. You’re here to stay. And you know what? Now that the Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay has decided to crack open some very rare gems from their wine cellar every time it rains, that’s totally fine. Also, you have nice hair.” —Probably Not You but Still