Not that we want to mess up the space-time continuum or anything, but there is so much to do out there this weekend — from great shows and great food to an amazing new park to explore — we might have to sneak in a few extra hours to get it all in.
If you’re going out to a show or a meal, be sure to check the venue or restaurant website for the latest COVID safety updates before you go.
1 PLAY: Explore an amazing new park
If you haven’t been to San Francisco’s Presidio Tunnel Tops park yet (it’s only been open a couple of weeks), take our word for it, it’s gorgeous and offers a lot of fun stuff to do. Now is a great time to go, and here’s a primer.
2 SEE & HEAR: Jazz royalty comes to Bay Area
The amazing Stanford Jazz Workshop turns 50 this year, and they are celebrating with Dianne Reeves, one of the best singers going. And you are invited.
3 EAT: Hot times for cold seafood
Summer is the best time to dine on chilled seafood, especially when there are cool views involved. So here are our five favorite Bay Area restaurants with raw bars and cold seafood dishes.
4: SEE & HEAR: Great live shows abound
From a weekend-long blues bonanza to a brand new jazz festival at a lovely Napa winery, there are a ton of great concerts and shows to see this weeeknd.
5 EAT: Grab lunch on the cheap
We have but two rules for lunch: 1. it’s got to taste great, and 2. it can’t cost a lot. So here are 10 spots where you can grab a tasty midday meal for $10 or less.
6 WATCH: Super-hero pets on parade
Superman’s loyal doggo has to come to the rescue in the charming new animated film “DC League of Super-Pets.” It tops our list of cool new movies and shows you should know about.
7: SEE & HEAR: The Lumineers are in town
If you have never seen this terrific folk-rock revival band, you have three chances to do so beginning this weekend. Here’s what you need to know, plus a chat with two of the Colorado band’s founding members.