Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer – the last holiday weekend to prance around the Bay and enjoy the summer fun. If you haven’t already made plans for the coming holiday weekend, then look no further. Summer might be over, but a Haute Labor Day awaits.
Sunday Suppers at RN74 are a truly unique experience not to be missed. And what perfect time to have a fabulous dinner than the Sunday before Labor Day.
This is a unique way to experience the restaurant’s acclaimed California-influenced modern French cuisine for an affordable price – the three-course prix fixe meal is just $39, with the option to add a bottle of wine (Sommelier’s choice) for $30. The suppers showcase the restaurant’s young and rising talent of chefs and somms, with a menu that changes weekly based on Chef Jason Berthold’s preferences and “just in” seasonal ingredients. Check out this Sunday’s delicious delight.
Just a hop, skip, and a jump outside of San Francisco lies Livermore, the other wine country. Celebrate the harvest season with over 40 Livermore Valley wineries. Enjoy wine tasting, music, beautiful scenery and much more. Leave the driving to them and let one of their many complimentary shuttle buses take you to and from each winery on Sunday. Guests can also enjoy unique activities, wine discounts and other special features at participating wineries on Monday. For more details and to purchase tickets visit LVwine.org
Every Labor Day Weekend, Sausalito is host to one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious events in the country.
270 artists throughout the United States exhibit and sell works ranging from painting, sculpture, drawing, ceramic, glass, fiber arts and fashion, wood, photography, mixed media, and more. Top-flight musical entertainment on three stages, food, beer, wine and more all add up to America’s not-to-be-missed art festival.
Why not head to Healdsburg this weekend? This Sunday, Copain Wines is hosting it’s ‘Supper Club’ series with Benu Restaurant Chef/Owner Corey Lee and Sommelier Yoon Ha.
The intimate, one-of-a-kind dinner will feature a multi-course seasonal tasting menu prepared by the James Beard Award-winning toque and owner of the Michelin two-starred San Francisco restaurant.
Enjoy stunning views overlooking the Russian River Valley as you enjoy a collection of highly personal, wine-inspired culinary experiences. Seating is limited, so jump on board early!