Make the most of your weekend (and the sunny weather) with our top picks of places to go and things to do in San Francisco this weekend.
Friday, February 24th
SHOP HERE → Treat yourself with all your favorite Adidas footwear and apparel this weekend at the Adidas Giant Winter Warehouse Sale! With up to 75% off retail prices on Stan Smiths, Boosts, and Adidas classics, this is a sale you don’t want to miss.
Adidas Giant Winter Warehouse Sale 2017 | Cow Palace: 2600 Geneva Ave, Daly City, CA | February 23rd-26th: 10:00AM–6:00PM | FREE Admission
EAT AND DRINK HERE → Head over to Harmonic Brewing and start your off your weekend properly with some mouth watering Mac n’ Cheese paired with pints of Harmonic’s best brews.
Mix & Mac Pop-Up | Harmonic Brewing: 1050 26th Street, San Francisco, CA | February 24th: 5:00–9:00PM | FREE Admission
NEW MUST-VISIT FOOD DESTINATION → Just a few weeks ago we shared a guide on how to enjoy San Francisco’s Chinatown like a local. The neighborhood is continuously revamping itself to appeal to locals, and is even home to Michelin star restaurant, Mr. Jiu’s, and several others on the Michelin Guide’s map. This week, a new $20 million, 30,000-square-foot culinary destination and emporium called China Live opened its doors in Chinatown. Inside China Live is a marketplace with over 1,500 specialty food and cookware items from China and Asia, a 36-seat tea parlor, a 150-seat casual restaurant with a rotating menu, a fine-dining restaurant called Eight Tables serving a seasonal 12-course tasting menu for $200 per person, a speakeasy called Gold Mountain Lounge, a 200-person event space, and a rooftop bar set to open by 2018.
China Live | 644 Broadway Street, San Francisco, CA | China Live opens on Friday, February 24th
Saturday, February 25th
BRUNCH HERE → Join Farm-to-Fork SF for a new brunch and lecture series called “Beneath the Surface” this Saturday to learn about food sustainability and how to make better food choices as a consumer. The theme of Farm-to-Fork’s inaugural brunch is “Sea,” with family-style brunch provided by Fine & Rare — a fish market and cafe serving sustainable fare in downtown San Francisco. Guest speakers include Kenny Belov, a former chef who launched Two x Sea in 2009, a sustainable seafood company supplying the Bay Area’s premier restaurants, and a representative from Food & Water Watch, a DC-based international non-profit organization championing healthy food and clean water for all. Also, there will be an open mimosa bar.
Farm-to-Fork SF Presents Beneath the Surface: Sea | 969 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 | February 25th: 11:00AM–1:30PM | Tickets: $25
LEARN TO MAKE SUSHI → Learn how to make sushi like a pro at Chef Kaz Matsune’s sushi-making class. Earning 5 star Yelp reviews since 2012, Chef Kaz will teach students proper knife etiquette and how to make their favorite rolls in this exciting new educational food experience. Attendees must be 21+ or be accompanied by an adult, and all ingredients and culinary tools will be provided. Participation in this class supports the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Guide Program.
Sushi Making Class & Saturday Brunch “PRIME” 2017 | Miele San Francisco Experience Center: 680 8th Street #155 San Francisco, CA | February 25th: 12:00–2:30PM | Tickets: $129
GET PHYSICAL, JEDI-STYLE → Think you have what it takes to become next best Jedi Knight? Join the other few chosen ones at LudoSport’s Sporting Light Saber Combat Class! Students will be given the chance to use the revolutionary, top-of-the-line, Polaris SSE-1 Sporting Light Saber during the duration of the class, and battle their way to the top!
Ludosport Sporting Light Saber Combat Class | Studiomix: 1000 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA | February 25th: 5:30–7:30PM | Tickets: $40-$80
Sunday, February 26th
PREVIEW THE NINTENDO SWITCH → Are you anxiously awaiting the arrival of the next-gen gaming console Nintendo Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? You can get your hands on Nintendo’s newest hardware and line-up of games at the Fort Mason Center on Sunday, five days before the official release. Doors will open at 8:00AM, but wristbands for specific sessions will be handed out to those in line beginning at 7:00AM. Space will be very limited for this public preview, and players will be let in on a first-come, first-served basis. Nintendo advises against arriving before 6:00AM.
Nintendo Switch Public Preview Event | Fort Mason Center: 2 Marina Blvd., San Francisco, CA | February 26th: 8:00AM | FREE Admission
ENJOY SF PARK WEATHER → Park weather is finally, officially returning to San Francisco this weekend after what seems like months of cloud cover and rain. Soak in the sunshine (and wine and beer) at Dolores Park, head out to the Outer Sunset to spend some time by the water, enjoy stunning views around the Bay Area, or take an urban hike in the City to get in some exercise and enjoy the great outdoors.
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