22 Fun Things to Do This Week (8.14.23)
Get down at the annual Glide Legacy Gala. (Courtesy of Glide Foundation)

22 Fun Things to Do This Week (8.14.23)


Time to carbo-load at the first-ever Pizza, Bagel, and Beer Festival in North Beach.

Plus, a poolside party at the Phoenix Hotel, a new pizza pop-up from a Tartine alum, Summer Ferry Fest, Death Cab for Karaoke, a dog pawty in the Presidio, Pesto Festo, and much more.

Have a good one!

Open your group text and alert your crew to Chubby Noodle’s new daily happy hour. Sip on $9 spritzes and margaritas and $4 sake shots, and grab small plates of salmon tartare and chicken BBQ wraps; Monday to Friday, 4pm to 7pm. // Chubby Noodle, 570 Green St. (North Beach); details at chubbynoodle.com

Set your alarms for Bryr’s big summer sale. The SF-based handmade clog company will have more than 400 pairs of clogs 15-20 percent off, including new styles and colors; beginning online on Tuesday at 10am and continues in store through Sunday. // Bryr, 1080 Illinois St. (Dogpatch); bryrstudio.com

Work on your laugh lines at The Felix’s new speakeasy-style comedy night. Grab a bowl of Tomy Yum Chex Mix and a craft cocktail and enjoy a free show featuring local comedians; doors open at 7:30pm, Wednesday nights. // The Felix, 138 Mason St. (Tenderloin) ; details on instagram.com

Get a first taste of the new pizza pop-up, Jules, from Oakland native Max Blachman-Gentile, formerly of Tartine Bakery and Mission Chinese Food; Wednesdays in August, 5pm ‘til sold out. // Buddy, 3115 22nd St. (Mission); reservations available on resy.com

Honor of the Bay Area's Peruvian community at a four-course collab dinner between La Mar chef Victoriano Lopez and La Cocina chefs Norka Hernandez (Suyos Catering) and Carmen Anderson (Camucha’s Kitchen); Thursday, 6pm to 10pm. // La Mar Cocina Peruana, Pier 1 ½ (Embarcadero); tickets at eventbrite.com

Party like it's 1898 at the Summer Ferry Fest, celebrating 125 years of the iconic SF landmark. Expect drinks, bites, live music, craft stations, photo ops, and more; Thursday, 5pm to 7:30pm. // Ferry Building Marketplace (Embarcadero); tickets at ferrybuildingmarketplace.com

Put on something fancy for the Glide Legacy Gala. To celebrate folks who are making a real difference in our communities, the night brings dancing, live entertainment, food, and an awards ceremony; Friday, 8pm to midnight. // Terra Gallery, 511 Harrison St. (SoMa); tickets at fundraise.givesmart.com

Catch "Certified Lover Boy" Drake’s Bay Area tour stop with opener 21 Savage this week; Friday at 8pm. // Chase Center, 1 Warriors Way (Mission Bay); tickets at chasecenter.com

Feast on nostalgia at Taste of Then: a Storytelling Party About Food and Memory. Hear from an acclaimed New Yorker contributor, a KQED editor, an Emmy-nominated actor and more, plus music; Friday, 7pm to 10pm. // Presidio Theatre, 99 Moraga Ave. (Presidio); tickets at eventbrite.com

Soak up the best of summer at Foster City Summer Days. From carnival rides and a classic car show, to the iconic rubber ducky race and craft vendors, there’s something for everyone; 4pm to 10:30pm Friday, 10am to 11pm Saturday, and 9am to 7pm Sunday. // Leo Ryan Park, 650 Shell Blvd. (Foster City); details at fcsummerdays.com

Sing your favorite emo and pop-punk songs backed by a live band at Death Cab for Karaoke; Friday at 8pm. // Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement St. (Inner Richmond); tickets at eventbrite.com

Discover your next favorite artist at Presidio Theatre’s Bliss Festival. The intimate outdoor musical showcase curated by (((folkYEAH!))) will also include complimentary beer tastings from Fort Point and food for purchase from local vendors; Saturday at 4pm and Sunday at 1pm. // Presidio Theatre, 99 Moraga Ave. (Presidio); tickets at presidiotheatre.org

Once your feet are healed from Outside Lands, keep the dancing going at the Disclosure vs. Fred Again… Tribute Dance Party; Saturday, 9:30pm to 2:30am. // Public works, 161 Erie St. (Mission); tickets at eventbrite.com

Party poolside with electronic duo Flight Facilities at Summertime Radness at the Phoenix Hotel; Saturday, 1pm to 6pm. // The Phoenix Hotel, 601 Eddy St. (Tenderloin); tickets at eventbrite.com

Join fellow dog lovers for Bark in the Park, an afternoon of cuteness overload including a dog show, local pet vendors, lawn games, food and drink, and more; Saturday, 11am to 5pm. // Civil War Parade Ground (Presidio); tickets at eventbrite.com

See the best blooms of the season at the Dhalia Society of California’s annual summer show. Growers from all over the state will show off their prized beauties in hopes of being awarded Best in Show; 10am to 5pm Saturday and till 4pm Sunday. // Hall of Flowers (Golden Gate Park); details at dahliadell.org

Rediscover the Undiscovered Filipino block party, which is celebrating 50 years of hip-hop. The group's first free event of the season will debut with DJ Neil Armstrong, rapper Rocky Rivera with DJ Roza, and DJ Icy Ice of the Beat Junkies; Saturday, noon to 6pm. // The Parks @ 5M, 44 Mart St. (SoMa); details at undiscoveredsf.com

Time to carbo-load at the first-ever Pizza, Bagel & Beer Festival, hosted by world-renowned pizzaiolo Tony Gemignani. More than 45 local pizzerias, bagel bakeries, and breweries are joining together in North Beach for a special afternoon to benefit Slice Out Hunger, the Salesian Boys & Girls Club, SF Italian Athletic Club Foundation, Saints Peter & Paul School, and the North Beach Business Association; Saturday, 11am to 4pm. // 1630 Stockton St. (North Beach); tickets at eventbrite.com

Celebrate Jessica Silverman Gallery's 15th anniversary at the pop-up exhibition, A Growing Season. See the work of nearly 30 artists—including Sadie Barnette, Julie Buffalohead, Judy Chicago, and David Huffman—on display next door to the main gallery space in Chinatown; opens Saturday. // 615 Grant Ave., 5th Floor (Chinatown), jessicasilvermangallery.com

Elevate your outdoor movie night at Raymond Vineyards. The winery will be screening Raiders of the Lost Ark with food available from the Oakville Grocery food truck and wine by the bottle or glass; Saturday at 6:30pm. // Raymond Vineyards, 1584 St. Helena Hwy (St. Helena); tickets at exploretock.com

Join Jacuzzi Fami15th anniversarypizzly Vineyards and the Olive Press for their first-ever Pesto Festo. Taste your way through a variety of local pestos, artisanal bread, cheese, olive oil, and pasta. Plus, enjoy live music and wine while you digest; Sunday, 11am to 3pm. //Jacuzzi Family Vineyards, 24724 Arnold Dr. (Sonoma); tickets at exploretock.com

Take a walk in someone else's shoes at Golden State Resale’s luxury footwear pop-up. Shop pre-loved boots, sandals, and more from designers like Chanel, Jimmy Choo, and Louboutin; Sunday, 11am to 5pm. // Daisy’s, 1347 Park St. (Alameda); details at facebook.com

Get tickets for the grand opening of TacoRouge, the newest incarnation of the iconic spot in the old home of Nick’s Crispy Tacos. Celebrate the return of this creative Mexican restaurant/nightclub with a marching band and live music from HowellDevine Band, unlimited drinks, passed tacos and tostadas, a salsa bar, and more; 6:30pm to 10pm, Tuesday, August 22nd. // Taco Rouge, 1500 Broadway St (Russian Hill); tickets ($25) at eventbrite.com

Thank you to our partners at Taco Rouge.

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