5 Things To Know This AM — May 04 2011

Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow! To celebrate, we suggest sipping one of these five yummy margarita recipes. Ole! (7x7) Speaking of drinks...want to keep the party going well beyond last call? Here are four suggestions for post-2 a.m. fun in the City by the Bay. (Scoutmob)
For those of you who are still Royal Wedding-obsessed, you’ll be happy to know that Kate (ahem, Catherine) Middleton’s cheap-chic day-after dress is still available at Zara in San Francisco. (The Feast)
It looks like the iconic Bagdad Cafe, which recently closed its doors on the corner of 16th Street and Market, has a new resident. Tablehopper reports that Criollo Kitchen, a soul food spot, is opening up there next week and will have 24-hour service on weekends. (Tablehopper)
Also in foodie news, locally based cookware giant Williams-Sonoma is taking its show on the road big time, launching e-commerce in 75 countries by the end of the month, making it possible (finally!) for you and all your buddies abroad to own the exact same pricey cheese grater. (SFGate)
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