Each Wednesday, it seems we’ve been bringing you two great events happening about town. We decided — hey, why not make this a thing? So, welcome to the Wednesday Two-Fer. This week? Catch a flick and then head down to grub to close out your evening.
First, run down to the Boulder Public Library for a free screening of Mon Oncle. Complete with English subtitles, settle into the Canyon Room and indulge in 116 minutes of French cinema. Here’s what’s on the screen this eve:
Directed by Jacques Tati, featuring Jacques Tati, Alain Becourt, Jean-Pierre Zola, Adrienne Servantie (France 1958). Jacques Tati appears for the second time as Monsieur Hulot, living in the Saint-Maur quarter of Paris that is gradually being torn down and being replaced with stark, ultramodern housing where he visits his adoring nephew.
It’s a start time early enough to keep your stomach from rumbling yet late enough to make sure you’re out of the office at a reasonable time.
After the flick,we have two dining options for you to quell the rumbly in your tumbly. First, it’s Date Night at Centro. They have a super sweet paella night on Wednesdays where it’s $20 for two people to indulge in paella. Want a beverage? Of course you do. Just add a pitcher of house wine or sangria for an extra $10. Details available here.
Secondly, you can head down to the Mountain Sun for TacoRita Wednesdays. If you can hold the rumbly until 10pm, you can grab chicken or veggie tacos for a mere buck along with $5 margaritas. Get there early because the deal’s only good until they sell out.
There you have it — flick and food(s). And I know — that was technically a three-fer. What can I say? Math isn’t my strong suit. Happy Hump Day!