Your Perks: 1) A wearable, waterproof HD camera with an LCD screen. This thing loves the beach. Or shower. 2) Soft cotton button-ups that are good for almost any occasion. 3) High-tops and low-tops for guys with good taste. And feet.
Things to do for March 16, 2016
The New Hidden Bar Inside Leo’s. Oh, and a Bar That’s Also a Giant Ball Pit.
Where the weekend lays its head is home.
This Automobile Will Take You to All the Beer
Beer shuttle. Has a nice ring to it, right? Well, that exists now. It’s where you board a gratis shuttle that’ll make stops at places like Black Sands Brewery, Barrel Head and Sunset Reservoir. Oh, and this will happen every month in various beer-filled neighborhoods. Fingers crossed for a gin shuttle.
Go Skiing. Eat Fondue. Repeat.
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day. A time to celebrate the luck of the Iri... actually, you should probably just get out of town. Tahoe sounds about right. First, take in some of that fresh powder. Then, go to PlumpJack Café’s little fondue-centric après situation. Go because it exists. Also because there’s fondue.
Tucked Away in the Back of Leo’s...
Leo’s Oyster Bar was already a good oyster bar. And then it hid a cocktail bar within itself (aptly named The Hideaway) with metallic leather banquettes, tropical wallpaper, oysters and large-format drinks served tableside like banana daiquiris and Vespers. Which made it, like, way better.
They’re Turning This Bar into One Giant Ball Pit
Some Genius: Hey, what if we turned a bar into a giant ball pit for grown-ups, where you
can both drink and hang out in a ball pit?
You: A thousand times yes.
Some Genius: Great. We’re doing exactly that at Romper Room this weekend.
A Bunch of New Drinks by Way of Napa
The only downside of wine country is that it’s so far away. Okay, not really, but a little tough to swing on a weeknight. Enter Napa’s own Harvest Table, which will be showing off their new cocktail program at Burritt Room on Monday. Next up: conquering the space-time continuum.