Things to do for November 02, 2016

Beer and Breakfast Burritos from the Seven Stills Team

Then There’s the Matter of Bacon Burgers and a Dia de los Muertos Dance Party

By Lauren Sloss

The weekend is polling well.

Wednesday
There Are Bacon Burgers Among Us
ALL-AMERICANA

There Are Bacon Burgers Among Us

You recall Rickybobby, now-shuttered home of that bacon burger you love. Well, it’s back at Eat Americana (formerly Americana Grill) in the Richmond. Rickybobby’s chef teamed up with the neighborhood staple for a revamp and menu takeover that includes pulled-pork waffle fries and green chili mac and cheese. And, right, bacon burgers.

It’s a Dia de los Muertos Dance Party at the Great Northern
DEAD SEXY

It’s a Dia de los Muertos Dance Party at the Great Northern

Dia de los Muertos: Important cultural tradition you appreciate.
The Great Northern: Excellent new club and event space you frequent.
Tonight’s Dia de los Muertos party at the Great Northern featuring Los Rakas and Bayonics: Happening.

Friday
Beer, Shandies and Breakfast Burritos from Team Seven Stills
BE STILL

Beer, Shandies and Breakfast Burritos from Team Seven Stills

Seven Stills, brewers of beer and makers of whiskey from said beer, are about to open a new taproom in the Outer Sunset. They’ll have all of their beers on tap, plus breakfast burritos and shandies made with Hard Frescos. None of which is even remotely objectionable.

Saturday
Two Fine Additions to Your Wine Country Itinerary
IT TAKES TWO

Two Fine Additions to Your Wine Country Itinerary

Two new reasons to go to wine country this weekend:

1) Blue Note, a New York–based jazz club that’s now open in Napa. You sip things and listen to music there.
2) Werowocomoco, the new restaurant at Coppola’s Virginia Dare Winery. You eat bison burgers and mispronounce the name there.

Godspeed.

Sunday
Just a Whole Lot of Vinyl
RECORD TIME

Just a Whole Lot of Vinyl

Turntables are neat. And by that logic, you’ll be pleased to hear that this Sunday is the Bay Area Record Fair, which features over 30 local labels, used gems from Amoeba and Western Relics, plus other vinyl-inspired goodness. Nice to see you, holiday gift potential.

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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