Tony, Tony, Tony has done it again.
Tony’s Coal-Fired Pizza & Slice House
What: The highly anticipated sister to Tony’s Pizza Napoletana serves coal-fired, New York-style slices; Roman-style thin-crust by the yard; and Chicago-style sammies.
Why: Go old school with a chocolate egg cream.
When: Wed.-Sun., noon-11 p.m.
Where: 1556 Stockton St., at Union St. (415-835-9888).
Inside the Fridge of a DailyCandy Editor
What: Inspired by a local exhibit, we’re revealing the contents of our refrigerators. It’s like looking into our souls, er, stomachs.
Why: After mocking ours, please post a picture of yours.
Where: Online at facebook.com.
Peaches + Plums Dining Month
What: Your fave restos donate $1 from a specially created peach or plum dish to the Gifts that Give More program, helping provide free mammograms to women in need.
Why: As if you needed a reason to go to Marlowe, Citizen’s Band, Dosa on Fillmore, and many more.
When: Thru Sept. 15.
Where: Various restaurants around town.
Hair of the Downward Dog: Two Yoga Dudes in Conversation
What: Celebrate the launch of columnist Mark Morford’s and satirist Neal Pollack’s new books (The Daring Spectacle: Adventures in Deviant Journalism and Stretch: the Unlikely Making of Yoga Dude, respectively) with cocktails, witty banter, and a quick yoga class.
Why: Sip and stretch.
When: Thurs., 8 p.m.
Where: Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market St., at Sanchez St. (415-861-5016). Tickets ($15) online at brownpapertickets.com.
VIN12 Presents: the Pinot Noir and Big Red Event
What: Slip out of work to sample 60-plus wines from Cali, Italy, and South Africa.
Why: Italian bites from A.G. Ferrari and a trunk show with jewelry by Versa.
When: Thurs., 5-9:30 p.m.
Where: 101 2nd St., at Mission St. Tickets ($26.50) online at acteva.com.
Matcha: Drunken Dish
What: Learn to make wine-soaked Shanghai specialties (vegetarian goose, pickled cucumber, drunken chicken) from TV chef Martin Yan and Nei Chia Ji of Jai Yun.
Why: Peruse the museum’s Shanghai exhibit (included in your ticket price) after you’re done.
When: Thurs., 5-9 p.m.
Where: 200 Larkin St., at McAllister St. (415-581-3500). Tickets ($10) online at museumtix.com or at the door.
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