If your walls could talk... they’d probably have plenty to say, but at some point they’d get around to mentioning how nice it’d be to have some more gallery-worthy photography hanging on them. Like these canvas prints from award-winning wildlife photog Randal Ford. You’re welcome, walls.
Things to do for April 05, 2017
A Moonlight Beer Walk Through the Botanical Garden Is Definitely in Play This Weekend
As Are New SandwichesBy Joe Starkey
An Alameda Butcher Starts Butchering in Noe
Just in time for BBQ season, beloved Alameda butcher Baron’s has opened another shop in Noe Valley. They’ve got all the requisite outstanding cuts of meat, in addition to specialty products like Black Dragon tri-tip with maple syrup and garlic, plus a hoard of magic treasure. Presumably.
There’s a New Lunch Contender in the Dogpatch
Taproot, casual sister restaurant to Stem Kitchen, is now soft-open in the Dogpatch. Pop in and grab a signature sandwich for lunch. Or be original and choose your own ingredients. Or go with the confit chicken wings with pomegranate sesame glaze. Oh, and it’s also a wine bar, so there’s another strong “or” opportunity.
Just Make Sure These Things Are on Your Body Soon
Local handsomeness depot Taylor Stitch has just started the campaign for their Spring Maritime Collection. Browse around and preorder anything from their mercerized merino henley to that patio-friendly, navy-and-red, band-collared number dubbed “The Bandit.” You think you maybe see what they did there.
More Pies. More Cookies. More Cakes. More Coffee.
Black Jet Baking Co., already known for delicious baked goods like double-crust apple pies and s’mores cookies, suddenly has an actual storefront in Bernal Heights. Considering they were formerly pickup and delivery only, it’s a great new option if you’re in the neighborhood. And don’t hate hanging out in adorable bakeries with Ritual coffee.
Your Next Date Requires a Flashlight
On the off chance you’ve been meaning to get a little more creative with your dates than “Let’s go for drinks,” consider this moonlight stroll through the botanical garden. They’ll provide the Fort Point beers and the tour of the grounds, you’ll provide the flashlight. And the date. They don’t have those.