Wild parties can inspire all sorts of insane behavior, like screwing a donkey, or spontaneously renting a stretch Hummer. Tonight, one party will have you pulling the craziest stunt of all: buying furniture, at The Yoghurt Factory.
Held in a two-story hangar, YF's a monthly bash showcasing a trove of furnishings from well-pedigreed dealers and estate liquidators; impulse buying's abetted by live bands, free food, and booze served by a 6'8" bartender who spent 23 years liquidating the Playboy Mansion.
The massive space is densely partitioned into booths of tables/chairs/couches/lighting hailing from eras as far-ranging as "Swedish Contemporary" and "Victorian" -- despite their age, they won't be ashamed to go home and teach you a thing or two.
There're also ornamental bits o' steez, like a red velvet armchair fitted with ten bullhorns, and a sheet-metal mini bulldozer once used as a mascot for a construction company (like a football team, with a football for a mascot).
Call ahead, and YF'll pick you up for free at any BART stop in a Lincoln Towncar -- because while you'd do another donkey, you're not messed up enough to get back in a Hummer.