Things to do for May 24, 2017

Squaw’s Hot Tub Parties Are Back, and Not a Minute Too Soon

Oh, and Fish-Shaped Ice Cream Cones. There Will Also be Those.

By Joe Starkey

Wednesday
Daniel Patterson’s Alta Clones Itself in the Minnesota Street Project
DOUBLE TAKE

Daniel Patterson’s Alta Clones Itself in the Minnesota Street Project

Problem: You like Alta on Market. So much so, in fact, that you wish it were open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Solution: Alta’s just-opened second location in the Minnesota Street Project that’s open for all three meals and slinging things like deviled eggs with kimchi and furikake. We like to solve your problems.

Now open, Alta MSP, 1275 Minnesota St (at 24th), 415-389-1265

Friday
Black Sesame and Tofu Soft-Serve. Sure.
TIME AFTER TIME

Black Sesame and Tofu Soft-Serve. Sure.

Uji Time, that Berkeley ice creamery with the highly Instagrammable fish-shaped cones, has opened an SF-proper location in Japantown. They’ll be filling those cones with soft-serve flavors like matcha, black sesame and tofu, plus rotating seasonals like lavender. But, again, fish cones.

Now open, Uji Time, 22 Peace Plz, Ste 440 (at Post), 628-444-3003

Saturday
Squaw’s Hot Tub Parties Are Back Just in Time for the Long Weekend
HOT TIMES

Squaw’s Hot Tub Parties Are Back Just in Time for the Long Weekend

Take advantage of the long weekend and head up to Squaw Valley for some spring skiing followed by the kickoff of their weekend parties at the High Camp hot tub. There’ll be drinks, DJs and themes. This weekend’s is America, so... do whatever you think that means.

You Need Sunglasses. Here’s a Trunk Show for Sunglasses.
MADE IN THE SHADES

You Need Sunglasses. Here’s a Trunk Show for Sunglasses.

Ahlem, fine purveyor of Daniel Craig- and Beyoncé-approved sunglasses, is about to celebrate one year with a trunk show at Rand + Statler featuring their newest styles and a little gratis wine. In conclusion: sunglasses and wine.

Sunday
There’s a New Bike Shop, but There’s Also a Party
CYCLE OF LIFE

There’s a New Bike Shop, but There’s Also a Party

A new bike shop called Civic Cyclery will open on Sunday with a focus on service and repairs to see to all your two-wheeled needs. Bonus: they’re kicking things off with a party to see to all your drinking-beer-in-a-bike-shop needs.

May 28, 6-10pm, no cover with RSVP, Civic Cyclery, 116 Taylor St (at Turk), 415-230-2590

Joe Starkey is the tallest person in the room 90% of the time. He enjoys liquors that aren’t smoky, dive bars that are, and has a vague dread that someone, somewhere might be having more fun than him.

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