Things to do for September 28, 2016

Great Tales of Sandwiches and Sake

And Let’s Not Forgot About All Those Beers That Are Basically Impossible to Find

By Lauren Sloss

The weekend is not up for debate.

Wednesday
Thursday
Magnificent Sandwiches Come to Barzotto
EARL OF SANDWICH

Magnificent Sandwiches Come to Barzotto

Let’s talk about tomorrow’s lunch. A sandwich could be nice. Perhaps a meatball one on a baguette with provolone and giardiniera. Or a porchetta one on sourdough. You can get those at Barzotto now, because suddenly they serve lunch. The world is neat.

Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm, Barzotto, 1270 Valencia St (near 24th), 415-285-1200

A Goorin Bros. Sample Sale. A Voyager Sale Sale.
PUT A LID ON IT

A Goorin Bros. Sample Sale. A Voyager Sale Sale.

Now is as good a time as any to stock up on $20 fedoras and $10 baseball hats at the Goorin Bros. three-day sample sale. So do that. Then check out Voyager’s sale on things like Norse Projects button-downs and Matiere cashmere pullovers. You’ll need those layers again soon enough.

Friday
A Damn Fine West Coast Celebration at the Greek
CALIFORNIA LOVE

A Damn Fine West Coast Celebration at the Greek

California is a great place. And by that logic, this night of live music, film and performances that celebrate all things California will make for a great night. Again, this is just logic.

Saturday
Fat Angel’s Sharing the Best of Their Beer Stash with You
TOP CELLAR

Fat Angel’s Sharing the Best of Their Beer Stash with You

Fat Angel is having a cellar sale. It’s basically an estate sale for beer and it includes gems like a 2010 3 French Hens and a 2009 Birrificio Montegioco. We’re no experts, but showing up and procuring a few bottles certainly seems like a better idea than not doing that.

Oct 1, noon-1am, Fat Angel, 1740 O’Farrell St (near Fillmore), 415-525-3013

It’s Called Sake Day, So...
SAKE TO ME

It’s Called Sake Day, So...

Sake is a beautiful thing. The people who make sake are beautiful people. And you’re about to meet more than 200 of them at Sake Day, where representatives from both Japanese and American breweries will want to pour you tastes of the good stuff and send you home with bottles. Let them.

Lauren Sloss requires a climate that allows her to wear motorcycle boots daily. She likes her bourbon neat and her martinis dirty, and would like to be the lead singer of a punk rock band when she grows up.

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