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6 New Things To Do & Eat In San Francisco This Week

Drag brunch, a pie pop-up, and more.

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Updated October 19th, 2021

On the agenda this week, we’ve got tons of fun events and new openings for you to check out - including but not limited to a new bar in the Tenderloin, an outdoor drag brunch, and a Halloween-themed menu item from a fantastic pie pop-up. If any or all of these sound like compelling plans to you, read on.

La Paloma

Last week, La Paloma opened inside the La Cocina Municipal Marketplace in the Tenderloin. The new bar is open on weekdays only, and is serving beer, wine, and cocktails highlighting women-owned and -made beverage brands, plus bar snacks from Marketplace vendors. Every Friday, La Paloma will also host a rotating pop-up featuring other businesses from La Cocina alums - this week, it’s Minnie Bell’s with fried chicken and mac and cheese, from 4-8pm.

Frankenpie from Pie Society

Pie Society is a pastry pop-up that makes some of our favorite desserts in the city, so naturally we’re excited by their new Halloween special, the “Frankenpie.” It comes with six different slices all combined to make one nine-inch pie, and is available for pick-up in SF, Oakland, or Berkeley on October 23rd and 30th. Pre-order here.

Drag Brunch at The Vault Garden

On October 23rd and 24th, The Vault Garden will host a drag brunch featuring Bobby Friday and Friends. Grab a ticket ($69) for the three-course brunch meal and two hour show here. Bottomless mimosa add-ons are $26.

Enoteca Menu at Flour + Water Pasta Shop

Flour + Water Pasta Shop in the Mission just started offering a new enoteca menu, and it’s available every night from 5-10pm. It has charcuterie, drinking snacks like olives and salt cod fritters, and seafood conservas for you to enjoy along with some wine from their extensive selection.

Somebody’s Sister

Queer wine pop-up Somebody’s Sister is making its debut at Millay in the Castro on Tuesday, October 19th, so check them out from 6-10pm. The pop-up aims to be a space for lesbian and queer folks to gather and drink natural wine made by women winemakers, who will also be featured at pop-up tasting events in the future.

Wine and Cocktail Party at Verjus

As part of SF Restaurant Week, Verjus will host a wine and cocktail party on their patio featuring wood-fired pizzas and “Italian-inspired bites” from the Cotogna team. It’s all going down Wednesday, October 20th, with seatings between 6-9pm. Tickets are $85 per person and can be bought here.

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