Winter means layers—the most important of which are your blazers and button-ups. And these ones were literally made for each other by the sartorial gurus at Maceoo. Their name roughly translates to "gift from the gods," by the way. And this Perk roughly translates to "60-61% off all of the above."
Things to do for December 13, 2017
Two New Brunches, a New Haven of Mezcal and Champagne Hour
You've Got Your Work Cut Out for You This WeekendBy Joe Starkey
10 Days. 10 Events. 10 Years of Existence for Monk's Kettle.
Monk's Kettle is about to turn 10, and they're celebrating with 10 consecutive days of events. Today, they'll have the founder of Moonlight Brewing in for a meet and greet and to pour some of his lesser-known beers. And tomorrow, they'll be pouring vintage strong ales. Followed by eight other things. Math.
Take Your Family Here and Win Holiday Entertaining
December means that you'll have family in town who will want a slightly touristy place with a view of the Bay. December also means that Epic Steak is offering half-off bottles and glasses of champagne on Wednesdays. You're acing family time.
The Mission Just Gained a Lot More Mezcal and Bourbon
High-end local beer and liquor shop Healthy Spirits has just opened their third outpost, this time on Valencia. They've got an extensive mezcal and tequila selection, plus their usual great bourbon and beer offerings, and now you don't even need to leave the Mission for them. Not to be presumptuous or anything.
Hark. Old Devil Moon and Indian Paradox Have Brunches Now.
This weekend, you have not one, but two new brunches to choose from: will you go to Indian Paradox for Mumbai Disco Fry Eggs and wine pairings, or Old Devil Moon for fried chicken sliders and the Devil's Daiquiri? Both. You'll go to both.
The Event Space at Pier 70's Curtain Call Is Nigh. But First, This Party.
Pier 70, the event space for huge Burning Man-esque parties like LoveBoat, is about to be transformed into a massive housing development. But not before one last art- and music-filled bash on Saturday night. Anyway, you're going to that.
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The Internet Is in a Tizzy Over Roy Moore's Horse
The GOP senate candidate/creepy mall rat may've lost yesterday, but his horse, Sassy, won. In other news: we present you with luxury watches made with recycled parts from old Ford Mustangs, as well as a case against some of the backlash towards the viral New Yorker short story, "Cat Person." Enjoy.