Things to do for April 22, 2010

The Weekender

Lobster Rolls, Bourbon and a Block Party

The weekend is promising sun.

Anchor & Hope's Two-Year Party

Anchor & Hope's Two-Year Party

This downtown seafood house is celebrating its second year by pouring all 16 beers on tap for $2 (including the Belgian Pauwel Kwak, served in a boot). And, for the occasion, you'll find specialties like lobster rolls and bacon-wrapped oysters (aka Angels on Horseback) on the happy hour menu. Note: lobster rolls not served in a boot.

Apr 22, 4-7pm, Anchor & Hope, 83 Minna St (at Second), 415-501-9100

Upper Diversion Pub Crawl

Upper Diversion Pub Crawl

Move today's happy hour to Pac Heights, where seven bars and restaurants are hosting a block party of sorts tonight. Start on Bush at Tortilla Heights with $3 tamales and tequila, then make your way to Tataki and Lion Pub, with a stop at Solstice for a $4 bourbon cocktail. Okay, it may take more than an hour...

Apr 22, 5pm-2am, Divisadero Street from Sacramento to Bush

Up to 80% Off James Perse

Up to 80% Off James Perse

The label of cotton tees, shirts and sweaters is holding its first sample sale in San Francisco this weekend. Find everything from their basic T-shirts to shorts and pants at 50% to 80% off. Given the 10-day forecast, you might need one of everything.

Apr 23, 10am-8pm, Apr 24-25, 10am-7pm, 631 Howard St (at New Montgomery)

Bakesale Betty Opens in Uptown

Bakesale Betty Opens in Uptown

You've waited in line at the original Temescal shop for their massive version of the simple fried-chicken sandwich, so maybe the opening of the new Uptown location will help tame the throngs and ease the lines a bit. And every bit helps.

Bakesale Betty, 2228 Broadway (at West Grand), Oakland, 510-985-1213

Burger Nights at Seasons Lounge

Burger Nights at Seasons Lounge

Essentially, you've got your choice of five burgers—each paired with a cocktail, beer or wine—all for just a twenty-spot. Our favorites: the cheese-topped, duck-fat-fried, Kobe Duck Fat Burger and the BLT Burger—a burger topped with 48-hour braised pork belly. You wouldn't settle for 47.

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