Foodie Agenda: Giants Orange Lager + Dirty Water Does Brunch

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Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit! 


THE OFFICIAL BEER OF BASEBALL SEASON

If St. Patrick's Day can have green beer, then why can't the Giants have orange beer? It's the question that's been haunting the World Champions for years, but now, Anchor Brewing Company and the San Francisco Giants have joined forced to create the official beer of Orange October: the Giants Orange Splash Lager. This limited edition beer will only be available on tap at the Anchor Beer Garden at The Yard, Anchor Brewing Taproom, and select bars in San Francisco now through the end of the 2015 baseball season. Go Giants! // anchorbrewing.com 

TUESDAY NIGHT IS FOR SPAGHETTI

Caught in a mid-week slump that has you reaching for the cereal box or browsing Caviar at dinner time? Instead, head to Poggio in Sausalito for Tuesday Night Suppers, a series of weekly family-style meals. Executive Chef Benjamin Balesteri will prepare a menu of assorted seasonal antipasti, a main course, and dessert for just $30 per person. The upcoming menu for September will include, Antipasti with market driven seasonal options, Whole Roasted Sole, and Seasonal Berry Rhubarb Crostata. Now that's how you should do a Tuesday. // Every Tuesday in September, 777 Bridgeway, Sausalito, poggiotrattoria.com

HARVEST PARTY 

Headed to Wine Country this harvest season? Be sure to stop by Seghesio Family Vineyards, which is celebrating 120 years in Sonoma County with a Harvest Homecoming of epic proportions. The party will take place at Seghesio Home Ranch, home of the extraordinary Zinfandel vines that Edoardo Seghesio and his wife Angela planted in 1895 when they settled into the Alexander Valley. // Saturday, September 12 from 4- 7 p.m. at Home Ranch, 24400 Rich Ranch Road, Cloverdale, seghesio.com

FOREIGN CINEMA TURNS 16

Join the Foreign Cinema family as they sip on Chablis, indulge in delicious food, and celebrate another year of tasty, tasty life. Chefs Gayle Pirie and John Clark are toasting the occasion with their favorite wine – Chablis! The two have created a vibrant a la carte menu inspired by the wine and region, combined with some of their favorite dishes and ingredients. Highlights include: Three cheese gougères, fruits de mer, oysters on the half shell, coquilles St. Jacques, grilled duck, comte, chaource, epoisses; LeGrande Aioli, the fist walnuts, fall escarole, tarte tatin and oeufs a la neige. A very happy birthday, indeed. // Thursday, September 24, 2534 Mission Street, reservations highly recommended; please call 415.648.7600 ext. 0., foreigncinema.com

BRUNCH AT DIRTY WATER 

With the Burners away, San Franciscans wil brunch ... hard. Head to Dirty Water this weekend (10am – 3pm on Saturday and Sunday) for Le Dirty Croque with tri-tip and mornay sauce on a slice of brioche, or the Banana French Toast with huckleberry syrup and Chantilly cream. And if you're more the lunch for brunch type, try the new Dirty Burger with Niman Ranch beef,caramelized shallots, pork belly, cheddar and a fried egg. This Sunday will also see the debut of Shuck Love – an all-day (10am-10pm) ode to oysters with half price bottles of Drappier Champagne and oysters for $1.50 each or $15.00/dozen. Now there's no excuse not to go. // 1355 Market St, dirtywatersf.com

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