Things to do for March 23, 2016

The Weekender

Two Glorious Brunches and One Dazed and Confused Screening

The weekend just dusted off its seersucker.

Wednesday
Thursday
Pizza. Beer. Dazed and Confused.
ALRIGHT, ALRIGHT, ALRIGHT

Pizza. Beer. Dazed and Confused.

Dazed and Confused. Maybe you’ve seen it. Maybe you’ve seen it on the big screen along with Anchor Brewing beer pairings, pizza and Humphry Slocombe ice cream at a party thrown by the good people at San Franpsycho. Probably not, though.

Friday
The Yard Is Opening Again, and You’re Going to Drink Beer There
YARD DAY’S NIGHT

The Yard Is Opening Again, and You’re Going to Drink Beer There

The Yard at Mission Rock was definitely a highlight of last year’s Giants season, what with it being a beer garden and all. And good news: they’re reopening on Friday with some new things like meat from Belcampo Meat, a soccer field and a Giants-themed beer. Beer still being a major component here.

You’re Getting Early Access to Itani Ramen
POP CULTURE

You’re Getting Early Access to Itani Ramen

On your list of restaurants that are opening soon that you’re really excited about: Itani Ramen. What you’re doing this weekend: going to the Itani Ramen pop-up in Oakland to sample noodles and gyoza and other things before they open. Glad we could settle that.

Fri-Sun through Apr 9, 6pm-midnight, Itani Ramen pop-up, 1736 Telegraph Ave (between 17th and 18th), Oakland, 510-788-7489

Saturday
Here, Have a New Neighborhood Bike Shop
SPOKE TOO SOON

Here, Have a New Neighborhood Bike Shop

Perhaps your bike is due for a tune-up. Perhaps you don’t have a bike. Either way, consider heading over to Spoke Easy, a new neighborhood bike shop in the Richmond. They’re having a grand-opening thing on Saturday with drinks and stuff. Which makes “and stuff” sort of anticlimactic.

Grand opening Mar 26, Spoke Easy SF, 1901 Clement St (at 20th), 415-463-5439

Sunday
So Many Bloodys. So Many Bagels. So Much Brunch.
DOUBLE HEADER

So Many Bloodys. So Many Bagels. So Much Brunch.

Sunday. You’ll want a Bloody. Probably a bagel. So hit Diane’s Bloody Mary Brunch at Mina Test Kitchen for seven kinds of Bloodys and bagels topped with latkes and pastrami. Or to Stag Dining’s Easter brunch with Wise Sons, complete with a DIY Bloody bar, bagels and smoked fish platters. Keep being you, Easter.

Sundays starting Mar 27, 10:30am-3pm, Mina Test Kitchen, 2120 Greenwich St (near Fillmore), 415-625-5469, see the menu; Mar 27, noon-3pm, $85, Stag Dining & Wise Sons Bring You Brunch, location revealed Mar 25, tickets here

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