0.2 inches. That’s how thin this handsome, ingenious, Dutch-designed wallet is. Now grab a ruler and try to figure out how such a wallet could still manage to hold up to 10 bills and four credit cards or IDs. Actually, that seems like a pain. Just take a look at this.
Things to do for May 18, 2016
More Popsons. More Mister Jiu’s. More Watermelon Bowling.
Have weekend, will travel.
Here, Have Another Popsons
Popsons. You know Popsons. It’s that burger joint that opened on Townsend with promises of another, even grander location on Market sometime soon. Well, that time is now, the burgers are as loaded as ever, and you’re going to want to head there right about... now. Or soon. Whenever you’re hungry.
Watermelon, Beer and Watermelon Beer
When 21st Amendment says, “It’s time to welcome summer by drinking our Hell or High Watermelon wheat beer while eating watermelon and beer-can chicken and bowling with watermelons and listening to live bluegrass,” there’s not much to say in response. Except maybe, “Cool, see you there.”
Mister Jiu’s New Bar Menu Shan’t Disappoint
Mister Jiu’s was one of the year’s biggest openings. And good news: their new bar menu 1) is à la carte, 2) has more than tripled in size, 3) includes favorites from the banquet-style dinner menu, plus things like squid-filled pot stickers, and 4) is available now. We had you at “tripled.”
Welcome, A.P.C. We’ve Been Waiting for You.
Once upon a time, you admired A.P.C. from afar as an awfully stylish French brand with clothes you want to wear, bags you want to carry and other things that can best be described as “good-looking.” Now, you’ll admire their first San Francisco store in Jackson Square. Which includes that other stuff.
Sundays Must Now Reckon with Spaghetti Brothers
Spaghetti Brothers has a new Sunday brunch situation. More specifically, a three-course, family-style spread that changes every week, plus à la carte brunch dishes that you can get all day long, plus mimosas and Bloody Marys... situation. Anyway, you should go.