1) Snow + Happy Hour = White Christmas at the Hyatt Regency
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, step inside the Hyatt Regency’s 17-story atrium between now and December 30. In addition to a 30-foot tree, 300,000 lights and over-sized holiday characters, snow is falling daily inside the atrium, at designated times.
1) Take a Holiday Tasting Tour with Liam Mayclem
Local television personality and “foodie chap” Liam Mayclem is leading two holiday tours that take guests behind the scenes of SF’s most influential foodie haunts.
New Zealand Wine Dinners at Waiheke Island Yacht Club
America’s Cup has come and gone, but the New Zealand-themed pop-up restaurant it spawned is sticking around until the end of the year.
1) Beaujolais Nouveau Celebration at Amélie
If you lived in France, you’d probably be celebrating November 21 with fresh wine, friends and fireworks at festivals with music. That’s because the third Thursday in November is Beaujolais Nouveau Day.
Drink and Be Neighborly in the Mission
Following the recent devastating fire at Mavericks restaurant on 17th Street in the Mission, Hi Lo and Hog & Rocks are pitching in to raise money for their neighbors displaced by the fire.
Casa Indio Peformance Parties
Indio beer, the dark Mexican lager, is teaming up with VICE media and the Rebuilding Exchange to host Casa Indio, a series of live performances by renowned artists from Mexico and the US.
When fright night falls on a weeknight, as it does this year, it’s hard to choose which day to celebrate. Our suggestion: don’t choose. Get your drink on before, during and after the Day of the Dead with a handful of Halloween-themed cocktails and costume parties at Bay Area bars and restaurants.
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