Have a great turkey day! See you on Saturday.
about Niki Passenier
Niki Passenier is a Belgian born designer now living with her family in Thailand.
Her jewelry includes an eclectic and harmonious combination of contemporary and antique handcrafted beads collected during her frequent travels to remote parts of the world.
She has worked closely with traditional Thai silversmiths from the Karen Hill Tribes who handcraft her unique bead designs in fine silver. (Also called pure silver, fine silver contains 99.9% silver)
This Wednesday evening Remy and Jane will be hosting our long-time family friend in the bike shop. All types of jewelry will be the to see, touch and buy. Come say hello, have a drink and hang out, we would love to see you!
Feel good about yourself
10% of the proceeds will benefit the Homeless Prenatal Program in the Mission district of San Francisco. HPP serves expectant mothers, young mothers and their families.
Berryessa Brewing Company is invading Mojo. It's actually already begun. Now, through Wednesday, October 26th, every line that runs dry will be replaced with a fresh Berryessa brew, until we cheer(s)fully surrender at 5:00pm on Wednesday -- at which point we'll pull out the boards and the tiny glasses. If you want to know the many facets of Berryessa, this is your week.
Amador Brewing Company's co-founder and brewer, Will Pritchard, will be joining us at Mojo to drink his beer, talk about his beer, and tell us all about brewing in gold country! We've been proud to be Amador's only San Francisco account, and have happily hauled their beer to Divisadero St for the last four months. On Sunday, October 9, starting at 5:00 pm, we'll be pouring a selection of 5-6 beers of Will's choice, and are ready with our flight supplies.
check them out ahead of time: http://www.amadorbrewing.com/home
Our first Race Wait is this Friday night! Race Wait is our new series of brewery-centric evenings. This week we'll be pouring Moonlight Brewing Company's three special saisons side by side: Best Laid Plans, Foreign Influence, and Wee Nibble. Keeping them company will be three Moonlight standards, and we're ready with tiny glasses so you can try them all.
We'll also be welcoming the work of Oliver-Paul Adams to the Mojo walls. Let's toast him and the excellence of Moonlight with a saison -- or three!
$6 pints, $2.50 minis, and $7.00 flights of three
The Mojo Bike Shop will be closed on Tuesday this week for a brief summer break. We hope this isn't too much of an inconvenience, see you Wednesday!
Dream Kasestatad's Pranom Pop-Up is coming to Mojo! He's been traveling the country and gathering acclaim, and is making his San Francisco stop on Monday night, from 6-10:00pm, or until he sells out. Here's the Thai street food menu he has in mind for us:
$10 Thai Boat Noodle Soup: slowly braised brisket, rice noodles, cabbage, bean sprouts, Chinese Broccoli, chives, cilantro, lime citrus and chili flakes.
$10 Khao Mun Gai: traditional Thai style Hainanese chicken, jasmine rice, garlic, ginger, served with a radish soup and a spicy chili sauce.
$9 Veggie Thai Green Curry (spicy) Thai basil, wok-tossedThai eggplant, coconut milk and dry chili flakes.
See where he's been, and what they've been saying:
Instagram and Twitter: @pranompopup
From December 18th through the 23rd get 20% off any bike at Mojo.
Discount applies to all special order bikes paid for in full before December 23rd.
Our longest standing Pop-up, Ride Paper Scissors is setting up shop for dinner tonight. Hot soups, Banh Mi and deserts will abound!
Also, we have a few new beers on tap.
Fort Point Villager IPA,
A very seasonal but not overly pie-like pumpkin ale from Half Moon Bay Brewing Company
Bony Fingers from Moonlight
Manzanita Ale from Fort Point