Holidays: over. New year: happening. And since you've earned at least a week of deep winter hibernation, here's some quality cashmere and impossibly cozy French terry knitwear to snuggle up with at up to 35% off.
Things to do for January 03, 2018
Just Your Average Saturday Afternoon Microdosing Demo
And This New Castro Restaurant Wants to Ply You With Pizza and Boozy SlushiesBy Joe Starkey
Gant Wants You to Have a New Sale to Go With Your New Year
It's a new year. A new start. And in keeping with that theme, it only makes sense to stock up on some handsome new gear from Gant's end of season sale with up to 60% off the likes of Breton crew sweaters and cashmere coats. So soft. So new.
The Lunches Here Are Better Than a Lot of Other Lunches
We could be wrong, but it seems like your weekday lunches could use a few more thin lentil pancakes served with vada samber or paneer spread. If that's the case, it behooves you to hit this new Indian spot in mid-Market called Dosa Allee. We're probably not wrong.
Pizzas and Boozy Slushies and Things
Botellon quietly opened in the old Hecho space over the holiday, and it's a gift you deserve, what with its menu of ahi tuna carpaccio and five stone-hearth pizzas, plus a full cocktail list including three boozy slushies. Better late than never.
Looks Like We'll Be Talking Weed a Lot This Year. Here's a Start...
Friday marks the first possible day of the legal sale of recreational marijuana in San Francisco. So, provided their permitting goes through, head to the Apothecarium in the Castro on Saturday for an in-store demo on microdosing from hmbldt. Always best to start small, right?
Two New Brunches for Your Wound-Licking Consideration
Brunch. One is never enough. And so we bring you news of the new one at Sugarhill Kitchen, where you can get things like honey bread served with a scoop of ice cream. And the other new one at Son's Addition with malted waffles and cinnamon-meyer-lemon donut holes. Mmm, holes.
What Else Is New
Let's Break Some Resolutions, Shall We?
Here's a handy list of anti-resolutions, which includes a $25,000 taco and cheese-topped tea. Also, here's one writer's take on the deceptively devastating Black Mirror dating app episode, and one other writer's rant against calling this bad weather a "bomb cyclone." Very important stuff, all.