Things to do for October 05, 2016

Bowling, Bocce and So Much Deliciousness

Plus, All the Fall Gear and a Fleet Week Bash at the Dorian

By Lauren Sloss

Bring back that weekend feeling.

Wednesday
Bowling, Bocce and an Ad Hoc Vet Where You Least Expect Them
LUX FOR LIFE

Bowling, Bocce and an Ad Hoc Vet Where You Least Expect Them

Found you a reason to go to South San Francisco. A good reason. A reason called Foundry & Lux, which is a café, juice bar, market hall and lounge with bowling, bocce, fire pits and a chef from Ad Hoc. Told you.

Saturday
American Field Is Coming, and It Wants to Make You Very Handsome
FIELD OF DREAMS

American Field Is Coming, and It Wants to Make You Very Handsome

Pop-up markets can be a dime a dozen. The ever-roving American Field pop-up market, which is making its San Francisco debut this weekend with US-made goods like leather jackets and watches and furniture, is not that. It’s whatever the monetary equivalent of “way more that that” is.

A Fine Fleet Week Party at the Dorian
TOP GUN

A Fine Fleet Week Party at the Dorian

Another Fleet Week, another rooftop party. Except this year, you’re going to the Dorian’s all-day, all-night, nautical-themed viewing and after-party. They’re taking over Chestnut Street, pouring frosé and generally helping you make good life choices.

Oct 8, noon-2am, no cover, The Dorian, 2001 Chestnut St (at Fillmore), 415-814-2671, RSVP here

Sunday
Heirloom Tomato Micheladas. They Have Those.
GARDEN PARTY

Heirloom Tomato Micheladas. They Have Those.

Here comes another new brunch. This one’s at Gardenias, that little neighborhood gem in Lower Pac Heights. Maybe go for the pork pozole with a fried egg or a breakfast sandwich on focaccia. Definitely go for an heirloom tomato michelada. Just go for things, is basically the point.

Sat-Sun, 10am-2pm, Gardenias, 1693 Sutter St (between Fillmore and Webster), 415-621-7122, see the menu

Two Magical Days of Gene Wilder at the Castro
WILDER WEST

Two Magical Days of Gene Wilder at the Castro

Movies at the Castro are kind of the best. Adding no exception to that rule: this two-day lineup of Gene Wilder movies (Blazing Saddles, The Producers, Willy Wonka and Stir Crazy), which you will take a date to and enjoy. We don’t make the very specific rules.

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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