Things to do for January 04, 2017

There’s a David Bowie Party This Weekend

There’s Also a Three-Level Salsa Club and Bacon Breakfast Sandwiches

By Lauren Sloss

Wednesday
A Gloriously Resolution-Free Breakfast Spot
THIS LITTLE PIGGY

A Gloriously Resolution-Free Breakfast Spot

Happy New Year. What’s that? Your resolution is to eat more bacon? Perfect, because here’s this new spot in Oakland that specializes in breakfast sandwiches, especially ones topped with pig things. One’s called the Baconslut. We’ll let you take it from here.

Thursday
Three Levels of Puerto Rican Goodness in SoMa
UP TO 11

Three Levels of Puerto Rican Goodness in SoMa

Sadly, this town is missing a three-level Puerto Rican salsa club with a jazz lounge and a restaurant with a rooftop patio. Joyously, this town is getting one of those tomorrow. It all worked out in the end.

Opens Jan 5, Calle 11, 1501 Folsom St (at 11th), 415-431-3000

Friday
David Bowie Burlesque Seems Necessary
LEGEND HAS IT

David Bowie Burlesque Seems Necessary

We’re pleased to announce that this weekend includes two performances celebrating David Bowie. Specifically, full performances of Ziggy Stardust and Diamond Dogs by a burlesque troupe, random audience participation and possibly some glitter. Fine, skip the glitter.

Saturday
Late-Night Burgers and Stuff at the Saratoga
ONE BURGER, ONE SHOT, ONE BEER

Late-Night Burgers and Stuff at the Saratoga

The Saratoga has a new late-night thing where $20 gets you a double cheeseburger, a pony of High Life and a shot of Chartreuse, fernet or bourbon. You don’t have to dress up for it.

Mon-Thu, 10pm-midnight; Fri-Sat, 11pm-1am; The Saratoga, 1000 Larkin St (at Post), 415-932-6464

Sunday
Unionmade Wants You to Have These Things for So Much Off
STATE OF THE UNION

Unionmade Wants You to Have These Things for So Much Off

If you’re the type of person who 1) is a person, and 2) wears clothing, it behooves you to check out the decidedly sizable sale that Unionmade is having right now. Golden Bear blazers. Alex Mill button-ups. You know how this works.

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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