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Foodie Agenda: Making Doughnuts, Touring the Dogpatch and more

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Saturday April 27th

The oyster is known as a San Francisco favorite and a delight for adventurous eaters. Whether you top them with tabasco or lemon, prepare for all you can eat at the B Bar Oyster Bash. Whether as a shooter, steam or fried, B bar is bringing in over 10,000 oysters so you can get your slurp on. The event runs from 12-3 pm and tickets are $45 here. @ 720 Howard St.

Wednesday May 1st

Enjoy the first spring cheeses at the Cheese School of San Francisco, whose latest class focuses on light and delicious wine and cheese pairings. Your taste buds will light up with the sweet and warm notes of springtime. Class is $69 here and runs 6:30-8:30 pm. @ 2155 Powell St.

Thursday May 2nd

Homer Simpson may have been the original doughnut lover but these days, this dessert (or breakfast?) is a crowd favorite. Whether it’s a classic glazed or a fancy maple bacon creation, doughnuts are not just delicious–they're right on trend. Impress all of your friends and learn how to cook a handful of these delicious creations at the San Francisco Cooking School. This class will leave you full and happy, and your friends will thank you later. The class is 6-10 pm and costs $130, register here. @ 690 Van Ness

Friday May 3rd

The Berkeley Wine festival is still going strong and Oregonian favorite Elk Cove Vineyards is in the spotlight. Expect a decadent night at the Claremont Hotel with delicious dinner and wine to match. If you are looking to plan ahead, there are more delicious Fridays in May to come too. Dinner is 6:30-10 pm and Tickets are $130 here. @ 41 Tunnel Road, Berkeley

Saturday May 4th

Yes, technically this event belongs on next week’s foodie agenda, but we thought a heads up was necessary since it’s sure to fill up early. If you are hungry to learn about the Dogpatch food scene, email SupeCohenVolunteer@gmail.com to hop on Supervisor Malia Cohen’s foodie tour. She is stopping by five food and wine spots for samples and stories. Sadly, there are only 25 spots, so email quickly and accordingly.