The mob squad.
What: Head across the Bay to score designer and vintage clothing, prints from local illustrator Shannon May, and original large-scale works, when the mobile boutique sets up in a safari-tented bohemian garden.
Why: Make over your guy in the new vintage men’s collection.
When: Sat. & Sun., noon-5 p.m.
Where: Bazaar Gilman, 1286 Gilman St., at Santa Fe Ave., Berkeley.
What: Come this weekend, art lovers will get all the goods they can handle when ArtMrkt (contemporary and historic works), SF Fine Art Fair (70-plus modern and contemporary artists), and ArtPadSF (emerging and contemporary art) take over the city.
Why: With three shows competing for the crown, we’re expecting some serious work.
Where: ArtMrkt, Concourse Exhibition Center, 620 7th St., at Brannan St. (212-518-6912); SFFAF, Fort Mason Center, Marina Blvd., at Buchanan St. (415-345-7500); ArtPadSF, Phoenix Hotel, 601 Eddy St., at Larkin St. (415-364-5465).
CUESA’s Grow-Your-Own Festival
What: Get your green thumb on track by picking up tips on growing fruit, veggies, and flowers at your place (no matter how small).
Why: Pick up plant starts from Schoolyard to Market.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: 1 Ferry Building, at The Embarcadero (415-291-3276).
Food Truck Crush
What: Starting this Friday, Larkspur ferry riders will find Curry Up Now, Pizza Politana, The Rib Whip, and other mobile faves waiting for them when they get home.
Why: North Bayers need street food, too.
When: Fri., 4-8 p.m.
Where: Larkspur Ferry Terminal, 101 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Larkspur (415-259-7263).
Chambers Eat + Drink
What: After ArtPadSF has cleared out (see above) check out the Phoenix Hotel’s new indoor-outdoor restaurant, complete with a mod-groovy interior and classic cocktails.
Why: Asian-inspired eats, like the P.B.L.T. (pork belly, butter lettuce, and tomato on a rice paper roll).
When: Soft-open now; official opening, Tues., 5:30 p.m.
Where: 601 Eddy St., at Larkin St. (415-829-2316).
Photo: Courtesy of MobShop