From Bellota’s Sherry Dinner To Cocktails With Kendra Scott, Here Are 7 July Events You Need To Know About

High on the Hog
High on the Hog

Photo Credit: Epic Steak

Wondering where we’ll be partying over the next month? Here is what’s on our July agenda.

This Sunday, July 1 is the 10th annual High on the Hog, Epic Steak’s Pinot Noir and pork tasting. It’s a smorgasbord of deliciousness for a good cause. A portion of proceeds from the event are donated to Guide Dogs for the Blind. Enjoy an afternoon at the restaurant’s bayside patio siping Pinots from Henzell, Donum, Ram’s Gate, and more while snacking on pork-centric treats from chef Parke Ulrich.

Every Tuesday in July M.Y. China is throwing an eight-course off-the-menu dinner party from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Each course will have a special beverage pairing and the meal on July 31 will be vegetarian. Proceeds from each event will benefit a different charity including Glaad, Girls in Tech, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, and Muttville.

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Sherry lovers should head to Bellota on July 9 for a dinner hosted by Alex Russian, an independent Sherry bottler. He will guide diners through an interactive meal explaining everything one needs to know about the Spanish spirit. Bellota’s culinary team is cooking up an Andalucian feast to pair with Russian’s wine offerings.

On July 10, chef David Kinch is throwing a collaborative Tiki Night at The Bywater. The inaugural event kicks off one of many and features tropical drinks and exclusive food items.

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The Hotel Zoe is partnering with jewelry designer Kendra Scott to host a pop-up party on July 19. Kocktails with Kendra will take place in the hotel’s lobby. Signature drinks will be served from 5 to 8 p.m. and party goers can customize jewelry on-site. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Hotel Zoe’s philanthropic partner, the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

24 international men’s teams and 16 international women’s teams will compete at AT&T Park during the Rugby World Cup Sevens. The tournament takes place Friday, July 20 through Sunday, July 22 with all games played in knock-out formats.

Atmosphere at Festival Napa Valley 2017 Arts for All Gala at Hall
Atmosphere at Festival Napa Valley 2017 Arts for All Gala at Hall

Photo Credit: Susana Bates for Drew Altizer Photography

Festival Napa Valley returns for the 13th year in a row with 10-days of music, food, and wine July 20-29. Kristin Chenoweth will sing at Hall St. Helena, Joshua Bell is debuting The Red Violin in Concert, and Trefethen Family Vineyards is throwing its 50th-anniversary celebration with Grupo Compay Segundo—a Havana based band who last performed in the US 20 years ago.