Things to do for January 25, 2017

Lunch at Ichi and Late-Night With the Halal Guys

It’s the Stuff That Weekend Dreams Are Made Of

By Lauren Sloss

Wednesday
Namu Noodle Pops Up in the Sunset
TOP RAMEN

Namu Noodle Pops Up in the Sunset

We’re not sure who decided it was cool for it to be in the 40s tonight, but we do know that eating braised-oxtail shoyu ramen and Korean fried-chicken wings from the Namu crew would help things. Conveniently, that’s what’s happening at tonight’s Namu Noodle pop-up.

Thursday
You Get to Eat Lunch at Ichi Now
GOOD DOG

You Get to Eat Lunch at Ichi Now

Congratulations, you now have five more opportunities to eat things at Ichi thanks to their new weekday lunch. In addition to featuring a stellar selection of sushi rolls, it also features hot dogs topped with kimchi, curry or mapo tofu. Should’ve led with the hot dogs.

Friday
The New Halal Guys’ Brick-and-Mortar Will Stay Open Until 4am, So That’s Nice
REAL AMERICAN GYRO

The New Halal Guys’ Brick-and-Mortar Will Stay Open Until 4am, So That’s Nice

You can always depend on the Halal Guys for a satisfying chicken-gyro-falafel platter. And that’ll be especially true starting Friday thanks to their new brick-and-mortar that is a block away from Bourbon & Branch and will stay open until 4am on weekends. We’re guessing we don’t have to explain why that’s useful.

Saturday
Many Things Are on Sale at Voyager
FANTASY VOYAGER

Many Things Are on Sale at Voyager

Here’s a big New Year’s sale at Voyager, should oxford shirts and fleece bombers and sweaters appeal to you. Just thought they might, is all.

Ongoing, Voyager, 365 Valencia St (near 15th), 415-779-2712, and online

Sunday
Sunday Afternoon Disco? Sunday Afternoon Disco.
SO IT WAS KITTEN

Sunday Afternoon Disco? Sunday Afternoon Disco.

And here’s a Sunday afternoon disco party at the Natoma Cabana that will have—in addition to a highly danceable disco soundtrack—face painting and tacos. It’s vaguely cat-themed because it’s being put on by Disco Katz. Again, only vaguely cat-themed.

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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