There's A Beverage Here: 10th Annual Big Lebowski Party in The Mission
Dress up like The Dude for an evening of mini bowling, Nihilists, White Russians, and prizes for the most creative costumes.
Bonus: Admission gets you a free ticket to the nearby midnight screening of the The Big Lebowski in 35mm at The Roxie.
Sat 8p. Mission B.A.G. (Bad Art Gallery), 518 Valencia St, The Mission. $10 here.
Nearby: Dalva, The Monk's Kettle, Double Dutch
Da Beers: SF Beer Week Opening Celebration
Bottomless booze from over 75 breweries with Noise Pop curated tunes from El Radio Fantastique, Travis Hayes, and Whiskerman.
Pairing partners: Sip your suds with stuff from Rosamunde, Kung Fu Tacos, and Slow Hand BBQ.
Fri 6-10p. Concourse Exhibition Center, 620 7th St, SoMa. $75 here.
Nearby: Raven Bar, Mighty, Terroir Natural Wine Merchant
Comedy Classic: The Naked Gun 25th Anniversary at the Castro Theater
Just because you were too young to see the Leslie Neilsen classic in theaters doesn't mean it's too late to see it on the big screen.
Special guests: The film's director and screenwriter will be there to answer your burning questions with a Q&A.
Sat 1p. 429 Castro St., The Castro (415-621-56120). $20 here.
Nearby: SliderBar; Churchill; Starbelly
Mountain Mayhem: Mardi Squaw
Planet Booty, Afrolicious, and Motown on Mondays throw down while you mix and mingle with Tahoe's most notable athletes.
Setting the scene: The Olympic House transforms into the French Quarter with costumes, beads, hurricane cocktails, Cajun cuisine, and plenty of dancing.
Sat 7p-2a. Squaw Valley Olympic House, 1960 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA. $25-60 here.
Nearby: The Ice Bar; Auld Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant; Le Chamois