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Week in Food: Jake Godby Dinner, Jam Workshop, Tequila Tailgate, Downtown Farmers Market, and More

Today, July 20

Baker and Banker's has got Humphry Slocombe's Jake Godby as a guest chef. Godby will be honing in on his previous non-ice cream expertise by whipping up a five-course meal featuring pretzel gruyere grilled cheese with green tomato jam and squash soup, parmesan dumplings with corn, upside-down cornbread, and local albacore with chicken-fried sweetbreads. In case you were hoping for some icy treat, there will be plum sorbet with earl grey broth and vanilla salt. Make reservations here for $65. 1701 Octavia St. (at Bush)

Thursday, July 21

Dafna Kory of Inna Jam is doing a DIY Slow Food workshop on homemade pluot jam with Urban Kitchen SF CUESA's Dacor Teaching Kitchen from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Register online here. One Ferry Building (at Embarcadero)

That same night, Tres is throwing a tailgating mixer and distillery dinner in their back lot with all-you-can-eat-and-drink margaritas, Milagro cocktails, and tailgating bites for $75 per person. RSVP at 130 Townsend St. (at Second)

Friday, July 22

Urban Table's farmers market at Mint Plaza returns through the end of October. The market goes from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with live concerts at noon. Mint Plaza (at Fifth and Jessie Streets) 

Wednesday, July 27

Here's a good excuse to tip handsomely: Front-of-house servers and staff from restaurants such as Pacific Catch and Betelnut are donating their gratuities to One Night Stand Charity for the Northern Japan Earthquake Relief fund.