Eat + Drink
On an industrial side street in SoMa, the first juice from five tons of Sauvignon Blanc begins to drip from the press at Bluxome Street Winery, a full 60 miles from the grapes’ Russian River Valley origin. If it sounds odd, consider this: In the early 20th century, more than 100 wineries operated within San Francisco city limits before earthquakes, pests, and prohibition brought down California’s wine industry. These days, you can catch the aroma of fermenting grapes mingling with asphalt as a handful of entrepreneurs bring back urban winemaking.
Within a short drive of the City, there are plenty of places to pick apples or just stock up on all the sweet things that are made from them! Hours and apple supplies can always change, so it’s a good idea to call before you head out the door.
Happy November, East Bay! The days are shorter and the nights are getting chillier, so there's no time like the present to hunker down with some comfort food and try some new delicious eats around town.
Whether you’re a film enthusiast, a foodie, or a spectator whose stomach instantly starts growling when looking at a delicious meal on the big screen, this list will whet your appetite.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit!
Considering the major love affair between the Bay Area and craft beer, it's not surprising to see a proliferation of beer-centric stores, bars, and even new microbreweries popping up. But the best way to get involved in the Bay Area beer community, and indulge your DIY-spirit, is to homebrew. Anyone (yes, you!) can make beer, even in your tiny apartment kitchen.