Two Georgia lawyers with a strong eye for solid neckwear did that thing where they commissioned European mills to custom-make fabrics and then got some New York tailors to craft those fabrics into exquisite bow ties. Why don’t you get a few to wear this spring.
Things to do for April 27, 2016
An Agave Fest, a Cheese-Centric Dinner and a Prince-Themed Dance Party
The weekend only wants to see you laughing in the purple rain.
Get a Haircut. Play Pinball. Smile. Leave.
It’s Wednesday, and you deserve something nice. Something like a haircut in a new barbershop in Lower Haight. A barbershop with comfy black barber chairs, a pinball machine and a friendly dog named Lucifer. Every barbershop should have a friendly dog named Lucifer.
It’s Called Agave Fest, and It’s an Agave Fest
Tequila. Mezcal. Things made with agave. You’ll be consuming a fair amount of those at Calavera’s Agave Fest, which involves things like tastings and guest bartenders and agave-friendly snacks from agave-growing regions of Mexico. We’ll say agave one more time for good measure. Agave.
This Guy Wins Pizza Trophies. You Should Eat His Pizza.
You: I enjoy pizza.
Slice House: Then you’ll also enjoy the fact that we just opened a new location at the Market. And did you know that our founder is a World Pizza Cup champion?
You: I enjoy pizza.
Melted Cheese, and So Much of It
Cheese. That’s what’s happening on Saturday during this pop-up thing at the Stow Lake Boathouse. You’ll drink wine, eat fondue and raclette, and generally applaud yourself for doing that. And they’re having another dinner in May if you miss out on tickets. Or if you just want to go again in May.
Make Prince Proud
This weekend, you celebrate the life of the Purple One as he would have wanted: by dancing. By dancing just so much at Mezzanine. There will be DJs. They’ll be playing music all night. And that music will be Prince’s music. And that’s probably a thing that you guessed.