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December 31-March 31, 2015
San Mateo County’s Half Moon Bay Brewing Company offers “When it Rains, We Pour” specials from December 31, 2014, through March 31, 2015. If there is an 80% or more chance of rain in the Half Moon Bay area, drinks will be offered at happy hour pricing. Simply show them the forecast on your smartphone. Half Moon Bay Brewing Company, 390 Capistrano Rd., Princeton by the Sea, CA 94019, 650-728-2739.
 
March 29
Burritt Room + Tavern will host Flights + Bites: American Whiskey Edition from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. across the entire restaurant and bar. Try 10 brands of domestic whiskey neat or in cocktails crafted by Burritt Room and guest bartenders from AQ Restaurant & Bar, Urchin Bistrot and others. Paired bites from Burritt Room chef Luke Knox will complete the event. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased AT www.eventbrite.com. Burritt Room + Tavern, Mystic Hotel , 417 Stockton St., San Francisco, CA 94108, 415-400-0561.
 
April 9-21
The Pebble Beach Food and Wine event brings together 250 of the most prestigious wineries and 75 distinguished celebrity chefs for four days of continuous enjoyment. Each year, the celebration boasts the cream of the crop hosting culinary demonstrations, gala dinners and wine tastings. Chefs such as Tyler Florence, Guy Fieri and Hubert Keller have astounded guests with cooking demos. Master sommeliers from around the world conduct wine tastings, such as blind tastings where world-renowned wine connoisseurs are blindfolded and must name what they taste. Witness the amazing accuracy of these sommeliers as they name not only the type of wine, but also where it originates. For more information, visit www.pbfw.com or call 866-907-3663.
 

Ongoing
Il Cane Rosso in the Ferry Building offers hearty, three-course suppers every night from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. for $30 per person ($12.50 per child age 10 or under). Rustic, seasonal starters, mains and desserts made predominantly from pedigreed local ingredients are served family-style at communal tables. Affordable carafes of wine, bottled beers, naturally fermented sodas and other specialty beverages are also featured. Il Cane Rosso, San Francisco Ferry Building, One Ferry Building #41, San Francisco, CA 94111, 415-391-7599.
 
Monday-Friday
RN74 from Michael Mina and Rajat Parr has introduced a very happy, happy hour special. Glasses of featured red and white wine (rotating selections), select well drinks and bar snacks will all cost only $5 each. RN74's happy hour runs Mon.-Fri. from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., and again from 10 p.m. until close. RN74, Millennium Tower, 301 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94105, 415-543-7474.
 
Mondays
Urban Tavern is offering no corkage fees all day every Monday. There is no limit to the number of bottles that guests may bring to the restaurant. (Five hours of free parking are available for diners.) Urban Tavern, Hilton San Francisco, 333 O'Farrell St., San Francisco, CA 94102, 415-923-4400.
 
Sundays
Waterfront restaurant Chaya Brasserie offers half-price bottles of wine on Sundays evenings. Wines are local and international and the half-price discount applies across the list, representing significant value. Chaya Brasserie, 132 Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94105, 415-777-8688.
 

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For additional information on wine events, please contact:

Plumpjack Wines
3201 Fillmore St.
San Francisco, CA 94123
415-346-9870



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