Feel like heading down to the Presidio for cider tasting, lining up for free burgers, or checking out a show in Berkeley? Here's what's happening this weekend around the Bay Area.
What: Who can say no to free food? Especially when it's one of Super Duper's addictive burgers. Make sure you're outside a Super Duper location at 8am on Monday—the first 100 people will be treated to free breakfast. Line up again that afternoon at 3pm and you could score a free burger as well!
When: Monday, April 25: 8am and 3pm.
Where: Super Duper Burger; Click here for participating restaurants
(Photo courtesy of Brian Blauser)
What: Singer, comedienne, actress, and musician Nellie McKay will be performing at Freight and Salvage coffeehouse in Berkeley this weekend. Known for her sweet and breathy voice that pairs delightfully with her scathingly funny lyrics, McKay will be playing song from her latest album, inspired by the melodies of the 60s and the political turmoil that accompanied them. Trust us, you don't want to miss this show! Advance tickets are $21 and $23 at the door.
When: Saturday, April 23, 8pm
Where: Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse: 2020 Addison St. (Berkeley)
(Photo courtesy of Scott Simono)
What: Cider makers from all over the nation are coming together for the third annual Cider Summit this weekend. Sample ciders spanning from California to Maine (plus a few international varieties) while you chat with the makers about every delicate note. Whole Foods will be on hand to supply snacks. Tickets can be purchased here or from your local San Francisco Whole Foods store for $40, or at the door for $45.
When: Saturday, April 23, 1pm
Where: Civil War Parade Ground (Presidio)
(Photo courtesy of Lou Bustamante)
What: Off the Grid has announced that some of their most popular food trucks will now be serving lunch in San Mateo three times a week. This is the first time Off the Grid will be serving lunch south of San Francisco.
When: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday starting Thursday, April 28: 11am-2pm.
Where: Bay Center Office Park, 901 Mariners Island Blvd. (San Mateo)
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What: More than 100 of the Bay Area's most talented young artists will be coming together to deliver a night full of bold, experimental, and cutting-edge performances and art pieces to benefit San Francisco's only public arts high school, The Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts. As if that weren't enough, there will also be performances by Bay Area musical legends, Tower of Power. Support a wonderful cause and have your senses exposed to a plethora of amazing art and musical performances. Tickets are $15 for students and $25 for adults. Get them here!
When: Tuesday, April 26, 6pm
Where: DNA Lounge: 375 11th St. (SoMa)