Your Perks: 1) Moroccan goatskin leather bags that are naturally waterproof, or seaside-vacation-proof. 2) Shoes that were made in the heart of New York’s Garment District. Makes for quite the origin story. 3) Attractive pleasure-inducing devices that induce a lot of pleasure. They’re good at their job.
Things to do for March 09, 2016
Late-Night Bacon Plates, an Island-Themed BBQ Party and Your New Watch
Of all the weekend joints in all the towns in all the world...
Here’s Where You Have Lunch Now
Oro, Before: A place you’d go for delicious cocktails, housemade charcuterie, bites of
sea urchin and other good things.
Oro, Now: Same story. Only with lunch, which involves things like a double cheeseburger and an open-faced pork belly sandwich. No hard feelings, before.
Sailing. Sharks. Surfing. You. Date. Go.
The International Ocean Film Festival is coming to Fort Mason and bringing a bunch of water-related movies with it. Expect topics ranging anywhere from surfing to sailing to seafood to sea otters. And probably even some that don’t start with the letter S.
Late-Night Bacon Plates Happen Here
Ho’s Bootleg Tavern is a fun place. A fun place that didn’t used to serve food but now does. Until 3am on weekends. Go for the bacon plate or the butter burger. Or, better yet, the off-menu Top Ramen with chicken, nori and egg. It’s only available after midnight. Which makes an impossible amount of sense.
A Beachy Pop-Up Party This Way Comes
If we had to guess, we’d say you weren’t at an island-style barbecue right now. Which is sort of shameful. But you can still fix everything on Saturday, when forthcoming restaurant ’Āina has a pop-up at El Rio with rice bowls, reggae and plenty of stiff punch. You can still fix everything...
Filson Has Some New Watches. This Calls for a Party.
The North Pole. Crab. Your new watch. Amazingly, these three things are intimately connected in the form of Dutch Harbor, Filson’s brand-new watch line. They’re launching on Tuesday and throwing a party with drinks, crab snacks and stories about sailing an icebreaker to the North Pole. Told you.