Things to do for March 21, 2018

Belgian Fries in One Corner, Burgers in the Other

And a New Marina Wine Bar Somewhere in the Middle of It All

By Joe Starkey

Wednesday
Art. Lots of Art. Also, a Creepy Clown Head.
ARTY PANTS

Art. Lots of Art. Also, a Creepy Clown Head.

Swing by the Shelton Theater tomorrow night for the Biggest Li'l Art Fair, with works from 21 local artists that you can pick up for your place while sipping on beer and wine. And avoiding looking at the giant clown head in the corner.

Thursday
Little Griddle Is Finally Back in Your Life
GRIDDLE ME THIS

Little Griddle Is Finally Back in Your Life

After a two-month shutdown turned into a two-year renovation, Little Griddle has returned to Mid-Market with burgers and breakfast fare alongside their Mavelous Coffee Bar, which has pastries, Stumptown coffee and beer and wine. Like all the best coffee places do.

Friday
Beauty Products + Fried Chicken Sandwiches = Interesting Date
KISS AND MAKEUP

Beauty Products + Fried Chicken Sandwiches = Interesting Date

Take a special someone to Glossier at Rhea's Café for a pop-up wherein they've redecorated everything a Glossier pink, have all of their beauty products available to try out and purchase, and will still be serving one of the city's best fried chicken sandwiches. Twist.

Through Apr 15, Mon-Fri, 11am-3pm, Sat-Sun, 11am-2pm (food); 5-8pm daily (drinks), Glossier at Rhea’s, 2200 Bryant St (at 20th), 415-875-9481

The Guy Behind California Wine Merchant Brings You, Well, More Wine
HOWELL AT THE MOON

The Guy Behind California Wine Merchant Brings You, Well, More Wine

If you needed an excuse to throw on a jacket and have a classy date night, look no further than the opening of Howells in the Marina. It's got a wine list by the longtime manager of another Marina mainstay, California Wine Merchant. It's also got food from a Stone's Throw alum, but... wine.

Now soft-open, Howells, 2373 Chestnut St (at Divisadero), 415-814-2150

Saturday
Belgian Fries for One, Belgian Fries for All
BUST A MOVE

Belgian Fries for One, Belgian Fries for All

Frjtz, your friendly neighborhood Belgian fry place with possibly too many condiment options (looking at you, strawberry mustard) has completed their move to a more intimate space with a larger kitchen, which means they can finally offer fried chicken with their Belgian waffles. Moves are good.

What Else Is New

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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