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Things to do for September 27, 2017
A Mano Serves Lunch and Foreign Cinema Throws a Venetian Carnival for the Ages
To the Weekend With YouBy Joe Starkey
A Very Short Story About Very Nice Jackets and Denim
The denim gurus at Frame have just opened their first San Francisco retail location in Pac Heights, and they brought fall-friendly suede jackets, black leather jackets and things that aren't jackets with them. Take jeans, for example.
New Lunch and a Patio, Right This Way
a Mano, they of delicious handmade pasta fame, are opening their doors for lunch service tomorrow in Hayes Valley. They'll be adding two seasonal paninis, three low-ABV cocktails and some new outdoor seating. That last part should help you forgive them for that low-ABV part.
A Venetian Carnival for the Ages
It's hard to believe that Foreign Cinema has been around for 18 years. It's less hard to believe that they're throwing a huge carnival party to celebrate with food, cocktails, circus and burlesque performances and hopefully no clowns. Probably clowns, though.
New Thai in Oakland. Get Your New Thai in Oakland Here.
Oakland's got a new spot called Chai Thai Bar. You'll go for tapas like chicken wings with sweet chili sauce, and stay for drinks like the Crying Thaiger with plum-infused vodka, salted plum syrup, dimmi and lemon. You'd stay anywhere for plum syrup.
One of Those Things Where You Eat and Drink a Bunch
For Tastemaker Collective's San Francisco debut on Saturday, they're throwing a rather sizeable party in Fort Mason with so much food, so many drinks and a normal amount of demonstrations from some of the city's best mixologists and chefs alongside live music and dancing. Which is just the right of amount of things.
What Else Is New
Colin Kaepernick, Donald Trump and "Staying in Your Lane"
Those are a few of the subjects broached in this exploration of who gets to be political, and who doesn't, in the wake of recent events. Shifting gears, we returned this week to discuss Maggie Gyllenhaal and The Deuce. And because there's never a bad time to take in some literary quotes on love and relationships, we rounded up twelve of our favorites and put them right here for you. Use them wisely.