May your weekend bring plenty of brunch and booze—but first, a solid workout.
Saturday, August 5th
Project Juice Heads East
San Francisco's Project Juice is opening its first East Bay location this Saturday, on Fourth Street in Berkeley. The new outpost will serve the brand's line of allergen-free cold-pressed juices, as well as superfood smoothies, bowls, gluten-free toasts, elixirs, cold-brew coffee, and kombucha on tap. Also look for grab-and-go treats from partners including Jane, Nana Joes, Sightglass Coffee, and Samovar Tea. There's a good chance they'll be serving the secret and delicious off-the-menu Unicorn Parfait, too. An opening party on August 12 will benefit the Berkeley Public School Fund. // 1911 Fourth St. (Berkeley), projectjuice.com
Bay Club's Turning 40
Happy 4-0, Bay Club! To celebrate its big birthday, the fitness club is hosting its first annual Fit Crawl, a series of three back-to-back outdoor workouts of 30 to 45 minutes each, with a guided run between each location (the event starts at The Gateway and ends with yoga at Pier 27). An after-party will reward your triple-header completion with a live DJ, beverages by Rebbl and House Matcha, and bites from Kind Bars and Aloe Gloe. // 9am to 1:30pm,Aug. 5 at Bay Club Gateway, 370 Drumm St. (Embarcadero). Admission is free but space is limited; register at eventbrite.com
Sunday, August 6th
Swap out your usual yoga and mimosas in the Mission for vino and Vinyasa on a vineyard. On August 6th, join advanced sommelier and yogi Aubrey Terrazas for an hour of all-levels flow at DeLoach Winery, followed by a mindful, multi-sensory tasting of the property's biodynamic wines. Yoga and wine is included with a ticket ($20-$45), and lunch options make an afternoon of it. // 9-11am, Aug. 6 at DeLoach Vineyards, 1791 Olivet Rd. (Santa Rosa); tickets at eventbrite.com.
Hike Beneath the Full Moon
Join 800 of your closest Bay Area friends for a moonlit hike through nearly two miles of Lands End's coastal bluffs. You can howl at the full moon in manageable groups of 50, led by Urban Diversion's knowledgeable hike hosts who will point out natural and cultural landmarks. BYO flashlight and layers. Not a member of Urban Diversion? You'll need to be. You can join for as little as $5/month to partake in activities ranging from beach bonfires and volleyball games to luaus on Lake Tahoe. // Aug. 6 at Land's End (Outer Sunset); sign up at urbandiversion.com
Dailey Method Gets a Refresh
The Bay Area barre studio's downtown location just received a nip/tuck thanks to new owners Brittany and Mike Yohay. The Dailey Method's upgraded experience includes more space in the locker room, expanded lounge digs, and extra gear for purchase. Classes remain just as ruthless on those glutes and abs, but now you can gather to kvetch with friends post-class more comfortably. // Dailey Method, 121 Spear St. # B10 (SoMa), thedaileymethod.com