4:00pm to 11:00pm.
Friday, February 28th
Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co.
935 Washington Street,
San Carlos, Ca., 94070 [map]
Beer Friday Food Trucks
11:30am – 2:00pm – Madd Mex Cantina (Food Truck Friday)
4:00pm – 11:00pm – Madd Mex Cantina & The Waffle Roost
We have an amazing menu, which includes Carne Asada Fries and California Burritos with their own twists (think waffle fries and BACON), Baja style fish tacos with our special Madd sauce, Korean BBQ Rice Bowl, Korean-Mexican and Indian-Mexican fusion burritos, and Truffled Bacon Fries!
Of course we also have traditional Mexican fare such as burrtios, tacos, tortas, and quesadillas.
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6-8pm – Billy Manzick
Raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Manzik’s music reflects the influence of his country-singin’ mama and a mixed bag of other genres—all the while creating a driving sound held up by raucous drums, playfully passionate vocals, and upbeat guitar.
Whether he’s gigging solo or with a full band, Manzik’s sound boasts a range and rhythm that few performers can hope to match.
8:30-11pm - Seconds on End
Fusing elements from varying genres, 60′s psychedelic rock to funk, reggae and everything in between, they create a sound that is wholly their own.
Seconds On End has earned a reputation from their loyal and growing fanbase as one of the gems of the Bay Area music scene.
This Month’s Charity
One dollar from each pint sold at Beer Friday goes to a different charity every month through our “Cheers! for Charity” program.
The Marine Science Institute was founded in 1970, around the time that the issue of water resources was becoming a major concern for many Bay Area inhabitants. The Institute’s philosophy was founded on the idea that putting students in direct physical contact with their local bay environment will help cultivate their natural sense of curiosity while enriching their understanding of science and fostering a responsibility to protect their environment.