Start your long weekend today at the Upper Diversion pub-crawl, where you'll find happy hour deals at seven Divisadero spots all night long. Drink $5 margaritas at Tortilla Heights, $5 sake sangria with $3 rolls at Tataki Sushi and $2 pilsners at Solstice. That's fifteen bucks of bliss...
Things to do for September 03, 2009
Lobster Rolls, Dollar Cordials and Gratis Beer
Despite the name, the weekend is pleasantly labor-free.
Mention UrbanDaddy when you order The Anchor & Hope Lobster Roll (with a few Old Bay Kettle Chips on the side) for lunch or dinner this Friday and Saturday, and they'll pair it with a pint of Allagash White—on the house. After all, if you can't make it to Maine, let Maine come to you.
Instead of waiting for a tweet, head over to Fabric8 Gallery's new art opening on Friday, where your go-to street food carts—@cremebruleecart, @GobbaGobbaHey, @adobohobo and @soulcocina—will be doling out fresh-made goods. After all, art is best appreciated when snacking on crème brûlée.
Regular happy hour is great; industry happy hour is better. In addition to 20 percent off bar bites weekdays between 4 and 6pm, our friends at RN74 added a beverage-focused industry happy hour. Think: $6 pinots by the glass, $3 Stellas and $1 Fernet shots—but hopefully not all at once.
In celebration of starting lunch service, the guys at Poleng are giving away free lunches to the first 50 people next week. Head over on the early side for your Asian street food fix—from Chicken Adobo to 5-Spice Pork Chop. Who says there's no such thing as a free lunch?