Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll in SF This Weekend?
Or wine and antiques in the East Bay? You decide.
With the Transbay Tube closing for track work from end-of-service Friday night to Sunday night, traveling between the East Bay and City this weekend will be, well, slightly more complicated than getting from the Bronx to Coney Island in a 1978 Walter Hill film.
Ergo, we’ve come up with two itineraries: one on each side of the Bay.
The choice is yours.
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ROCK ‘N’ ROLL
Get another look at the life of the tragic chanteuse at “Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait,” which just opened at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
If you haven’t checked out the new summer menu at Flora in Uptown Oakland, this is the weekend — order the Calvados Julep, made with the French apple brandy that’s bar manager Matty McGee’s favorite spirit.
Forget Napa: Support winemakers working closer to home with the East Bay Vintners Alliance, producing grapes in Oakland, Berkeley and Alameda at their Urban Wine Experience in Jack London Square.
It’s the first Sunday of the month, which means we’ll be sifting for mid-century bar carts at Alameda Point.
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