Today is a go-to-the-mall-and-watch-movies kind of day, isn't it? 'Tis. 'Tis, indeed. But instead of bracing the bridge-and-tunnel cockroaches at the Metreon on Westfield, head over to SF MOMA for art (you could use some culture, you blockhead) and good Colombian food for lunch.
SF MOMA's Friday pop-up features authentic Colombian arepas (cornmeal patties filled with cheese or beef ) and chicken soup served up by Maité. While you eat lunch, you can listen to conversations by artists in the exhibition "Six Lines of Flight."
Food is served between 11:30am - 1:30pm today. Be there.
SF MOMA, 151 Third Street (at Howard), SF