Your Perks: 1) Supersoft V-neck T-shirts in 18 different colors. So one of them is probably your favorite color. 2) Bags inspired by the Hamptons, which is coincidentally a place you could use these bags to get away to. 3) Triptych canvas prints that are made with ink that’ll last a full century.
Things to do for April 06, 2016
They Made an Entire Festival Dedicated to Nachos. Heroes.
Full count, bases loaded, bottom of the weekend.
The Giants Are Back. Here’s a Pig Roast to Celebrate.
Tomorrow is opening day for the Giants. And it’s an even year, which can only mean one thing. Yep, a whole hog roast on Divis at 4505, complete with all the Anchor Orange Splash IPA you’d expect at such a thing. Unless you’re expecting things all wrong.
Chicken on a Stick in Temescal
Speaking of whole animals, here’s Hina Yakitori. It’s a chicken-centric skewer joint that’s having a couple of soft-opening seatings this weekend in Temescal. They’re breaking down whole birds and serving them grilled, fried, smoked, in curry and alongside eggs so you can delve into matters of a philosophical nature over dinner.
Come. Let Us Away to a Festival of Nachos.
You: If only there were an entire festival dedicated to nachos this weekend.
Us: There’s an entire festival dedicated to nachos this weekend. It’s got nachos topped with anything from bulgogi to kimchi to ahi. Plus regular nachos. Plus bottomless beer.
You Weren’t Getting Out of This Without a New Brunch
Ho’s Bootleg Tavern has just decided to let you eat brunch there. Brunch that involves things like bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marias, stuffed french toast and bacon-egg-and-cheese-stuffed potato skins. Because they care.
An Outdoor, Beer-Forward Movie Party
Sunday evening can be a good time for rest and reflection. Or it can be a good time to get yourself to Speakeasy for a party with Backyard Films that includes live music, pizza, beer, movie snacks and a roster of short films from local filmmakers. Your call.