Things to do for September 10, 2009

The Weekender

Mojito Mondays, Beer on a Boat and Free Brews

The weekend feels like a champ.

Dolores Park Movie Night

Dolores Park Movie Night

Make the most of a rare warm night with Trading Places (arguably Eddie at his best) in Dolores Park. Spike your Sigg, pack a blanket and keep an eye out for the tamale lady selling her goods—the only thing better than popcorn.

No cost (donations accepted), 8pm, Sept 10, Dolores Park (near 20th and Dolores)

Anniversary Party at Chrome

Anniversary Party at Chrome

Celebrating a year in their new location and the launch of their own line of shoes, the good people at Chrome are pouring gratis beer all night and pairing it with 30 percent off deals on anything in the store. (Just beware of drinking and buying.)

7-11pm, Sept 11, Chrome, 580 4th St (at Brannan), 415-503-1221

Brews on the Bay

Brews on the Bay

We're not sure if beer prevents scurvy, but it can't hurt. Come aboard the docked S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, and spend the weekend drinking your way through more than 40 handcrafted brews from seven SF breweries like Magnolia, 21st Amendment and Speakeasy.

$35-$45, 1-5pm, Sept 12-13, S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien, Pier 45, 415-939-1943, tickets here

Happy Hour at Pisco

Happy Hour at Pisco

Here to make Mondays a little more bearable: Pisco's Mojito Mondays. Do your time at the office, then make a run to Pisco Lounge for $2 empanadas and $4 golden mojitos made with aged rum. And now about those Tuesdays...

J Lounge "Mid"-Night Happy Hour Starts

J Lounge "Mid"-Night Happy Hour Starts

It's not that you don't love opera (or at least say you do to impress people), but when J Lounge is offering $8 apps and cocktails, you'd rather be there. Start with Wagya Sliders and Guyere Grilled Cheese and wash it down with a brandy-based, absinthe-spiked Tickler's Delight or Bay Area Burro (a Buddha's Hand vodka version of the Moscow Mule).

8-10pm, Tuesday-Saturday, Sept 15 through Dec, Jardiniere, 300 Grove St, 415-861-5555

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