Where To Party & Play In The Bay This Week — We've Got 5 Ideas!



ain While our week might not be panning out to look like Spring Breakers’-style fun, we’ve got a host of local happenings that put shame to piña coladas and hangovers everywhere. Whether you’re itching for your next DIY project or simply want to catch the Warby Parker school bus in town this weekend, one thing is for sure: S.F. — not Cabo — is the place to be!

Rachel Corry Sandal-Making Workshop
Remember this local sandal-making maven? Of course you do! Snag a seat at her very own shoe-making tutorial at Gravel & Gold this weekend. Whether you opt for stacked-leather heels or vegetable- or oil-tanned leather flats, Corry will teach you all you need to know about shaping the soles with water, adapting the design to your foot, and much more! Don’t miss out on this sure-to-be amazing footwear fete.
When: Sunday, March 31, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Gravel & Gold, 3266 21st Street (at Lexington Street); 415-552-0112.
RSVP: Here!

The Warby Parker Class Trip
Leave it to the smart and style-savvy folks at eyewear extraordinaire Warby Parker to plan a cross-country road trip, wait for it, in a yellow school bus! The tricked-out wheels will be rolling into S.F. this weekend, fully stocked with a selection of glasses, capsule collections, and a team of stylists — and an optician, to bring you the coolest peeper experience possibly ever! We can’t wait to see this magic (Warby Parker) scholastic vehicle in action come Friday!
When: Wednesday, April 10 to Friday, April 12, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Where:768 Sansome Avenue (at Pacific Avenue); No phone.

The Future Perfect Grand Opening
We've been eyeing this Brooklyn-based design shop for quite some time now, and when news hit that it would be opening an S.F. outpost, well, you know the drill. David Alhadeff, The Future Perfect’s owner has had his sights on S.F. for a while. And now we're excited to finally be able to ogle gorgeous furniture pieces from the collection by Charles de Lisle, Jason Miller, and Russell Pinch. Stop by the Pacific Heights shop this Thursday to see some of these beauties yourself!
When: Thursday, March 28, 4 to 8 p.m.
Where: The Future Perfect, 3085 Sacramento Street (at Baker Street); 415-932-6508.

The Food and Farm Film Festival
S.F.’s first-ever Food and Farm Festival is coming to town, and you'd better bet we are excited! Featuring six screenings and a bevy of delicious snacks prepared by local restaurateurs, all of the proceeds will go to Three Squares, which is an S.F.-based non-profit that offers nutritional cooking classes in low-income neighborhoods. Short flicks paired with scrumptious locally sourced nibbles, and all in the name of promoting nutrition? Count us in!
When: Friday, March 29, 7 to 11 p.m.
Where: Roxie Theatre, 3117 16th Street (between Valencia and Guerrero streets); 415-863-1087.
Tickets: Buy Here!

Levi’s Vintage Clothing Presents The Miner
We can always count on the classic menswear outpost Unionmade to host an inspired event. And, it looks like it won’t disappoint us this Thursday with a special evening celebration of Levi’s Miner collection. Featuring the iconic brand’s seasonal lookbook, which focuses on late 19th century workwear, the event will be the perfect opportunity to check out some of the original pieces used as inspiration for the line! Oh, it also wouldn’t be a bad time to snag some Easter prezzies for the partner in your life, as well!
When: Thursday, March 28, 6 to 8 p.m.
Where: Unionmade, 493 Sanchez Street (between 18th and Ford streets); 415-861-3371.

Photo: Courtesy of Unionmade