For the past few weeks Stuart has been defending San Francisco’s Bay To Breakers, a 12k costumed, bipedal shit show, race-ish thingy celebrating freedom of expression and consumption. So when I saw a list-ette of marathon happy hours in this week’s Time Out New York (TONY) I figured I would
The fine folks over at My Open Bar recently informed me of this awesome event. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow the Diesel Jeans store in Union Square, SF is throwing a party from 5-9pm where with free booze, music and Little Star Pizza. HOLY FUCK! Are you kidding me? The only
Let me just say I could never live in Yonkers because just saying the name makes me think of the Phillies’ mascot Phanatic. However, despite my thoughts, fresh units in a new urban living space 66Main are being pushed at a ‘œFabulously Frugal’ Open House on March 4th. I’m sure these
I’m sitting at the computer in my sleeping bag today and it’s not even that cold. This apartment is like a walk-in with furniture; some sick chef’s pet Truman Show. Feel anything like Fat Tuesday, like I even know what it’s about. I equate it with Girls Gone Wild
When a fashion week party has an open invite on Facebook it is standard procedure to rag on it. However, when that open Facebook invitation includes the words “Open Belvedere Vodka Bar” silence takes over and little hands get RSVP’ing. I have no idea how long they will be accepting reservations,
I went to Holland Bar to verify a NY Times article. I left thinking it was like Cheers. Not cable TV, Beacon Hill, Boston Cheers. This is “HBO Special” Hell’s Kitchen Cheers. The “Open” sign on the door was hand written on a half-sheet of computer paper. The Spartan selection
From the desk of Broke-Ass Stuart – Editor in Cheap The first Thursday of the month in San Francisco generally means one thing, art openings. And art openings generally mean two things, free wine and free cheese. Being, well…being me, I simply can’t resist a place that will
Tonight and tomorrow are the Grand Opening of The Church Key (1402 Grant @ Green) the second bar by Broken Record owner Jason King. I’ve been lucky enough to drink there during its soft opening period, and let me tell you, it’s easily one of the best bars in North Beach.