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The Hideout's Spring Party; Curaçao Meets the Mission

A drink and a menu at the Hideout at Dalva. [Photo: Kendra Aronson/The Big Drink]

THE MISSION—No plans on this sunny Monday? Consider swinging by The Hideout at Dalva, which is launching its new spring cocktail menu tonight. The party runs from 7 pm-2 am, and all of the new drinks (which they've insisted on keeping under wraps) will be 20% off. They'll also have, and we quote, "snacks and shenanigans." Shenanigan lovers, now is your time. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—Other than the frankly disturbing blue booze named for them, most Americans don't know much about the Caribbean island of Curaçao, whose cuisine blends Dutch and tropical influences. The de Young Museum is aiming to change that with a special Curaçao Night on Friday, and since everyone from that party will still be in town on Saturday, they're double-dipping with a party at Stable Cafe. The $25 admission buys bites, authentic Curaçao cocktails, and live music; scarves and artwork will also be for sale. [EaterWire]

THE MISSION—Beer-loving barflies will be pleased to learn that The Abbot's Cellar is offering a new bar menu, specially designed to soak up all those artisanal brews. From 5:30-7 pm every night, chef Adam Dulye will offer a short menu of three shareable bites ($7-9 each); the current lineup features meatballs, crispy cauliflower with caper aioli, and duck rillettes on toast. [EaterWire]

INNER SUNSET—Wednesday marks the third anniversary of Social Kitchen & Brewery's opening, and they're partying with a special offering: every beer in the joint, including the New World anniversary lager, is $3 all day long. They'll also have Humphry Slocombe ice cream made from their beers, and live music by Feelosophy from 7-10 pm. The doors open at 4 pm, and a big crowd is expected, so get there early. [EaterWire]

Stable Cafe

2128 Folsom Street, , CA 94110 (415) 552-1199 Visit Website

The Hideout at Dalva

3121 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103

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