Celebrate your successful immersion back into regular post-holiday life with a delightful Pop-Up Lunch Break at SFMOMA (151 Third Street) today. For two hours (11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.), the museum will be transformed into a neighborhood lunch break room, highlighting the final weeks of the Sharon Lockhart: Lunch Break exhibition, which explores workers' activities during their lunch breaks through film, photography, and writing.
Vietnamese pop-up café Rice Paper Scissors will be serving up banh mi in the Schwab Room, and the museum's Blue Bottle Coffee Co. and Caffè Museo will be selling special menus inspired by the exhibition. (If you really want some delish banh mi for half the price though, head over to Saigon Sandwich at Larkin and Eddy, but you probably already knew that.)
Additionally, Sharon Lockhart will be virtually present via Skype, along with contributors to the Lunch Break Times, who will be in person at a large community table inviting visitors to discuss their various lunch break traditions and stories.
Update: They've sold out now.