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Things to do for March 29, 2017
Brunch for Dinner and a Whiskey Club Where You’d Least Expect It
Found You Some Hand-Rolled Ice Cream, TooBy Joe Starkey
It’s Got Paninis and a Whiskey Club
Epicurean Trader has opened a second, more-accessible-to-people-not-living-out-in-Bernal store in Cow Hollow. So now you have immediate access to all their curated miscellany along with paninis and Humphry Slocombe ice cream. Oh, and a whiskey club that gives you access to a new whiskey every six weeks. In conclusion: good store.
The Sunset Gets a Taco Place, You Get Tacos
When you want Mexican for lunch, you’d normally opt for the Mission over the Sunset. But this new place from a guy behind the Michelin-rated Kitchen Istanbul may change your mind. More specifically, the tacos, burritos and platos (with slow-simmered beef or braised sour orange pork) inside of it will. Tacos can be very persuasive.
Outdoor Film Screenings Return to Proxy. With Beer.
Impress your next date with your taste in film, food, drink and location by taking them to this year’s launch of gratis outdoor film screenings at Proxy in Hayes Valley. They’ll show short films about food while you eat pizza from the Del Popolo food truck and drink beers from Biergarten. You’re sensing a theme.
An April Fools’ Joke You Can Actually Get Behind
This Saturday, in celebration of everyone’s least favorite holiday, Bluestem Brasserie is serving brunch for dinner. This “prank” means you’ll get brinner items like their croque madame with rosemary ham and fried egg, cinnamon rolls and bacon Bloody Marys. Other than that... yeah, just a horrifically annoying day.
We Got One of Those Rolled-Ice-Cream Places
There’s a place called Steep that just opened near the ballpark in SoMa. They specialize in hand-rolled Thai ice cream that comes in flavors like MyThai (Thai tea topped with boba and herbal jelly), Cookie Crunch and Original Oolong. They also have drinkable teas.