Wondering what to do this month in the San Francisco Bay Area? From a spirited mezcal party in honor of Day of the Dead to a wine tour of Sonoma, here are 8 haute events to add to your calendar.
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It’s going to be a nice long weekend and the weather looks like it might hold off. October is a perfect month for checking out all that Boston has to offer. Whether you walk along the city’s historic streets or decide to check out a James Beard event, here’s a roundup of haute happenings this weekend.
Labor Day celebrates the end of summer and beginning of fall, one of our most favorite seasons here in Boston. If you are looking to get out and about this weekend, here’s a look at some of the hautest events happening here.
One of the biggest events in Massachusetts was held over the weekend at car mogul Ernie Boch, Jr.’s home where more than 1,000 supporters came to hear Donald Trump speak about illegal immigration, national security and supporting our veterans.
Giancarlo Stanton on his roller coaster year.
If you’re headed to downtown Napa from May 29-31 for BottleRock Napa Valley 2015, hopefully you used Memorial Day weekend to relax. This three-day festival, now in its third year, promises to be action-packed with music by top touring artists, including Imagine Dragons, Robert Plant, No Doubt and Snoop Dogg, on five different stages, master sommeliers, celebrity chefs, craft brewers and professional athletes.
Nevada’s largest craft beer event, Motley Brews’ Great Vegas Festival of Beer, celebrated its fifth anniversary with more than 6,000 festival-goers filling the streets of Downtown Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon.
The next time you’re headed to a Giants game, be sure to stop by one of these awesome restaurants near AT&T Park.
Spring is here and that means festivals and events galore in California’s celebrated wine country. Here are 10 haute wine country happenings taking place this spring in the Napa Valley and Sonoma County that you won’t want to miss.
With over 700 events, SF Beer Week, which goes through February 15th, is certain to be one of the month’s most talked about celebrations in San Francisco.