Rewinery’s Summer Picnic
What: The mobile winery pairs snacks like Acme bread and a trio of Cowgirl Creamery cheeses with its easy-to-carry containers of chardonnay and cab and delivers them to wherever you spread out your blanket. (We’ll be in Dolores Park.)
Why: Avoiding the Bi-Rite hordes on a sunny Sunday? That’s us.
When: Whenever the mood strikes.
Where: Available at rewinery.com.
SF Chefs Dinner Party Project: Modern American Picnic
What: A celebration of eats and craft brews with chefs Nick Balla and Cortney Burns (Bar Tartine) and Jeff Banker and Lori Baker (Baker & Banker).
Why: Old Bay fried chicken, pickled cherry bruschetta, melon and almond milk gazpacho shots with lobster and cucumber relish, and blueberry pie sundae.
When: Mon., 6 p.m.
Where: Baker & Banker, 1701 Octavia St., at Bush St. (415-351-2500). Tickets ($135) at eventbrite.com.
Wine & Wall
What: What’s on the outside does count. Check out the new art-driven event space-cum-gallery and tasting room made up of bottles selected for their aesthetically pleasing labels.
Why: A menu of bites put together by Michelin-starred chef Mark Dommen and savory terrines paired with select wines on tap.
When: Mon.-Fri., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 30 Steuart St., b/t Market & Mission Sts. (415-243-9463).
Fillmore Jazz Festival
What: Local and international stars bring back a taste of Fillmore’s jazzy heritage on three stages at the free annual shindig complete with street food and dancing.
Why: Dick Fregulia’s Good Vibes Quartet, a tribute to Etta James by Kim Nalley, Scary Larry & the Monsters, and more.
When: Sat. & Sun., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Fillmore St., b/t Jackson & Eddy Sts.
What: Oakland’s answer to the Lit Crawl, with more than 125 poets, writers, and performance artists reading work on topics ranging from Tourette’s syndrome to fatherhood.
Why: Uptown earns its rep as SF’s answer to Brooklyn.
When: Sat., 5-10 p.m.
Where: Various bars and cafes across Uptown Oakland.
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