It’s a new day on the bay for the San Francisco 49ers, who look to put last season’s disappointing record behind them and clinch their first playoff berth since 2013 with first-year head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch leading the way. The Niners are set to battle the Denver Broncos and L.A. Chargers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, where you’ll be among the first to see live action from the Niners’ highly-touted first-round draft picks, defensive end Solomon Thomas from Stanford and linebacker Reuben Foster of Alabama.
$27 to $150 ($65.45 to $260.25 Value) for Tickets on Saturday, August 19 (vs. Denver Broncos)
$12 to $150 ($65.45 to $289.65 Value) for Tickets on Thursday, August 31 (vs. Los Angeles Chargers)
When it comes to brunch, Stock in Trade has got it all. The popular Marina Restaurant offers a wide variety of food, Bottomless Mimosas and even an indoor bocce court. Grab a group of your friends and get your day started (and take care of that hangover) with one of the best brunches in San Francisco.
To make things even better, save some money with this great deal from Gilt City.
- One brunch entree per person
- Bottomless mimosas, Bellinis and pomegranate Champagne for four
- Valid Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM – 3 PM
- Brunch at this Lombard Street favorite is a spirited occasion, complete with flowing mimosas, Bellinis and pomegranate-flavored Champagne.
- If your prefer the breakfast side of brunch, opt for a grilled steak and egg sandwich smothered with garlic aioli or brioche French toast topped with strawberries, toasted almonds, whipped cream and powdered sugar.
- The Tavern burger made Eater San Francisco’s 2013 list for Best New Burger: made from house-ground meat, the juicy patty is dressed with aged Grafton cheddar, pickles, caramelized onions and aioli.
- Stock In Trade is home to an indoor bocce court, a U-shaped bar and flat-screen TVs for sports fans.
To celebrate 7-Eleven Day and the Company’s 90th Birthday, 7-Eleven Stores across the nationwide be giving away FREE SLURPEES! The tradition has been been going on for 16 years and the company expects to give out over 9 million slurpees during the promotion. It is estimated that they have sold over 7.4 billion Slurpees since their introduction.
To claim your free small Slurpee, go to any 7-Eleven store on Tuesday, 7/11 between 11AM and 7PM.
CLICK HERE for a list of Locations.
With Independence day rapidly approaching, it is a good idea to figure out your fireworks plan as soon as possible. Start scoping out some secret hill or rooftop if you can because July 4th is on a Tuesday this year, so there will probably be even larger crowds in the city than normal. If you do plan on entering the massive crowds, make sure you have your escape plan set as well because traffic can be a nightmare.
Here are the best Fireworks Shows in the Bay:
Pier 39 Fourth Of July Waterfront Celebration:
Fireworks are set to begin at 9:30PM at Pier 39 (Beach Street at The Embarcadero).
If you are looking for something to do before the big show, check out the Fourth of July Pub Crawl & Hot Dog Eating Contest HERE.
Marin County Fair:
Fireworks will be the perfect end to the night after enjoying the Marin County Fair. Expect great food, drinks, music, rides and more! Fairgrounds are located on Civic Center Drive (off of Highway 101) in San Rafael.
Fireworks at California’s Great America
Experience California’s Great America during the daytime and then watch the fireworks show at dusk.
The Berkeley Marina is fun for the whole family with amazing food trucks, vendor booths, dragon boat racing, pony rides, giant slides and more. The fireworks are scheduled for 9:35PM.
Alameda County Fair:
This fair will provide plenty of entertainment and July 4th is the Annual Blues Festival as well so you will have plenty to do and see before the fireworks go off around 9:30PM. It is located at the Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Ave. in Pleasanton.
San Francisco Symphony Fourth of July Celebration:
Enjoy the beautiful Mountain View weather as the SF Symphony plays some patriotic songs, narrations and marches before the fireworks finale. Located at Shoreline Amphitheatre, 1 Amphitheatre Parkway in Mountainview.
Other viewing options:
4th of July Backyard BBQ at Jack London Square: http://www.jacklondonsquare.com/events/special-events
San Jose Red, White & Blue 4th of July Parade: https://rwbsj.org/
Napa County Fair & Fireworks: http://www.celebratenapavalley.org/fair
Red, White & Boom in Santa Rosa: http://srboom.com/
Foster City Fourth of July Celebration: http://www.fostercity.org
Redwood City Independence Day Festival: http://www.parade.org
USS Hornet Museum Independence Day Celebration:http://www.uss-hornet.org
Concord Fourth of July Jubilee and Parade:http://www.concordjuly4th.com
Get ready for some live music, fresh oysters, delicious food, beers, wines, live art, crafted cocktails, chef demos, shuck and suck contest, tastings & more!
Now entering it’s 18th year, The San Francisco Oysterfest Music Festival will feature a superb line up of live music, oysters from all over the US and Canada, fine food from local restaurants and food trucks and numerous art and oyster activations and exhibits.
This year’s music lineup will include Passion Pit, Kongos, Sir Sly, Panic is Perfect and The Soft White Sixties.
Need a ride to Oysterfest? Make things easy with the M Ride Party Bus!
Board a Round-Trip Party Bus to the show from 3 easy locations in San Francisco.
*Buses will be departing from the festival starting at 5PM
CLICK HERE FOR SAN FRANCISCO PARTY BUS TICKETS
Named after a famous British music venue, The Brixton serves American fare in a hip, rock ‘n’ roll–inspired setting. Try out lunch or dinner for up to 50% off!
• Break up the workweek with lunch at this popular Cow Hollow spot.
• Starters like avocado toast topped with shaved red onion and toasted almonds will begin your meal on a delicious note.
• Featuring a grass-fed patty, red onions, pickles, Roma tomato and the cheese of your choice, the Prather Ranch burger is sure to satisfy the heartiest appetite. You can also dig into a grilled carnitas sandwich with San Joaquin Gold cheese or classic pasta carbonara.
• If you have a sweet tooth, the dessert menu features an apple crostada with bourbon and whipped maple chèvre and rich butterscotch pot de crème.
• There’s also a selection of classic cocktails, like a dirty martini, cucumber-basil gimlet and Moscow Mule.
ABOUT THE BRIXTON:
At The Brixton, everything from the decor to the soundtrack is inspired by rock ‘n’ roll. Named after a famous London music venue, the Cow Hollow spot serves approachable American cuisine in a laid-back atmosphere. On Sundays, guests can look forward to slow-roasted prime rib, while Wednesday offers half-priced bottles of wine from open to close. Throughout the week, bites like blue crab–topped deviled eggs, housemade pretzel knots and a black bean burger satisfy almost any palate. Round out your meal with a classic Sazerac or a cucumber-basil gimlet, and you’ll soon be plotting a return visit.
One of the Bay Area’s favorite sandwich shops, Ike’s Place is opening up a new location on Polk Street. To celebrate the Grand Opening, stop by on Monday, June 12 between 10AM and 10PM and get a free sandwich (up to $13 in value). Even better, enter the raffle for you chance to win Ike’s for a year or a $100 Ike’s gift card.
The soft opening for the new shop will be on Tuesday, June 6 from 10AM to 3PM and normal hours will begin on Wednesday (10AM to 10PM)
ABOUT IKE’S PLACE
Ike’s Place first opened its door on Halloween of 2007. The man behind the sandwich, Ike Shehadeh, always puts his customers happiness first. That is what sets Ike’s Place aside from the rest. When you come to Ike’s Place it is our goal to make you feel like the unique individual that you are. If that isn’t enough to set us aside, did I mention that the bread is baked fresh to order? And our soon to be patented “Ike’s Dirty Secret Sauce” is spread on every sandwich and baked right in the bread, and another layer is spread on afterwards to give it that extra flavor. Mmmmm… are you hungry yet?
Live 105’s BFD is back with another amazing lineup with Phoenix, Franz Ferdinand and Cold War Kids at the top of the lineup.
San Francisco Party Shuttle
Need a ride to the show? Grab a round-trip party bus ride on the M Ride Shuttle!
If you haven’t gotten your tickets yet, CLICK HERE to grab ’em before they are gone.
BFD 2017 LINEUP AND SET TIMES
PHOENIX 10:15 PM
FRANZ FERDINAND 8:45 PM
COLD WAR KIDS 7:30 PM
MILKY CHANCE 6:30 PM
ANDREW MCMAHON 5:35 PM
Bud Light Festival Stage
TAKING BACK SUNDAY 4:35:00 PM
MARIAN HILL 3:55:00 PM
NEW POLITICS 3:20:00 PM
HIGHLY SUSPECT 2:45:00 PM
LP 2:10:00 PM
MONDO COZMO 1:35:00 PM
WATERS 1:00:00 PM
MISSIO 12:30:00 PM
SWMRS 12:00:00 PM
DREAMERS 11:30:00 AM
GETTER 9:50 PM
WHETHAN 8:35 PM
PHANTOMS 7:20 PM
DIMOND SAINTS 6:05 PM
PUSHER 5:10 PM
POWERS 4:15 PM
WINGTIP 3:00 PM
AARON AXELSEN 2:15 PM
OPIA 1:30 PM
SAINT JOHN 12:45 PM
HIGH SOCIETY 12:00 PM
QRION 11:00 AM
Soundcheck Local Stage
SILENT PILOT 4:45 PM
PICTURE ATLANTIC 4:10 PM
NINE POUND SHADOW 3:35 PM
CEMETERY SUN 3:00 PM
BIRTHDAY 2:25 PM
THE NEW UP 1:50 PM
HOT FLASH HEAT WAVE 1:15 PM
CITABRIA 12:40 PM
DEATH BY FIREWORKS 12:05 PM