Things to do for November 30, 2016

Team Delarosa Made You a New Mexican Spot

So Go. Then Go to a Retro Winter Formal and Dance to Live ’60s Soul.

By Lauren Sloss

Wednesday
New Mexican from the Delarosa People
FLOWER POWER

New Mexican from the Delarosa People

Bouncing back after a long holiday weekend can be tough. Thankfully, Flores, a new Mexican restaurant from the good people behind Beretta, Delarosa and Super Duper, has opened with duck confit enchiladas, mezcal drinks and piles of fresh tortillas. Stay strong.

Thursday
Your Two-Step, Post-Thanksgiving Recovery Plan
DOUBLE HEADER

Your Two-Step, Post-Thanksgiving Recovery Plan

Not that your post-Thanksgiving mind is on eating healthy or anything, but the new Project Juice in the Castro has protein soba noodles, squash salads and cold-pressed juices. And the new Split in Russian Hill has trout with roasted sunchokes, salads and... burgers. You’re not going for sainthood here.

Saturday
It’s Dungeness Season. Let’s Celebrate.
CLAW BREAKER

It’s Dungeness Season. Let’s Celebrate.

The holiday season is all about appreciating life’s great gifts. Like Dungeness crab season, which you can celebrate with a grand crab feast at Fine & Rare, complete with garlic noodles, garlic bread and bottomless mimosas and beers. Those last two don’t have garlic.

Dec 3, 11:30am-1:30pm and 2:30-4:30pm, $75, Fine & Rare, 555 Golden Gate Ave (between Polk and Van Ness), 415-297-3980, tickets here

A Retro Winter Formal for Grown-Ups
PROM KING

A Retro Winter Formal for Grown-Ups

Sometimes you like to pair a slim tie with a date who looks like Brigitte Bardot and dance to live ’60s soul and R&B. Fortunately, that’s what’s happening Saturday at Dusty Stax’s Winter Formal, which is back after a two-year hiatus. So... looks like that’ll be one of those times.

Dec 3, 8pm-1:30am, $35, Verdi Club, 2424 Mariposa St (between Hampshire and Potrero), 415-861-9199, tickets here

Sunday
All Holiday Shopping Should Include Brunch from the Progress
TO MARKET

All Holiday Shopping Should Include Brunch from the Progress

Holiday shopping is inevitable. Might as well make the most of it by attending the Holiday Market at the Progress, where you can procure things from local craftspeople while drinking cocktails and eating casual brunch fare. Which will be made at the Progress. Which suddenly makes shopping the best.

Dec 4, 11am-2:45pm, no cover, The Progress, 1525 Fillmore St (between Geary and O’Farrell), 415-673-1294

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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