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Weekend roundup

March 18-21

Events

In-Person Easter Egg Decorating Workshops

March 19-April 3. Families are invited to decorate an adorable, edible egg to celebrate Easter with Kathy’s Creative Kakes. You will be guided through the process and shown unique ways to add festive features to your peek-a-boo, panoramic egg and includes all decorating materials and confections. Schedule an appointment online or walk-ins welcome, based on availability. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. $25/egg. Hillsdale Shopping Center, 60 31st Ave., San Mateo. kathyskakes.com

Lights N’ Punchlines: Live Outdoor Comedy

March 19. Have a laugh and grab a drink with friends this weekend with comedian Drea Meyers at Milk Bar. Meyers brings you a hot new batch of funny every week with a diverse lineup of comedians, ranging from comedy club regulars to funny up-and-comers! 6-7:30 p.m. $25, includes two drinks and a complimentary food item. Milk Bar, 1840 Haight St. Tickets

Sunset Skate Party

March 19. Skate the night away at the Sunset Mercantile. Bring your skates, scooters, skateboards or just your dancing feet for a fun-filled evening of moving to some good music by DJ ewock_ and mare.e.fresh. There will be there an array of crystals and vendors. Event is family-friendly, all ages welcome and encouraged. 3-8 p.m. Free. facebook.com

Chinatown Merchants Pop-Up Series

Through March 31. On Saturdays and Sundays through March, the Ferry Building will host a series of pop-ups featuring some of Chinatown’s most beloved small businesses, including The Chinatown Kite Shop, Golden Gate Fortune Cookie Factory, Dragon Papa Candy and China Live. A portion of proceeds from sales will go toward San Francisco Community Business Resources—a nonprofit organization providing business resources, information and collaboration to various small businesses and other nonprofits throughout the city. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. One Ferry Building. ferrybuildingmarketplace.com

Food + Drink

Berkeley Restaurant Week: March Munch Madness

March18-31. Dine out this weekend at Berkley Restaurant Week with over 55 participants bring you court-side inspired cuisine. Enjoy deals from restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries, bars, pop-ups and more with a new Tasty Tier structure that will fit all budgets (and appetites!). Whether you want to watch a game with some outdoor dining or host a watch party with your bubble, March Munch Madness will keep you and your crew well-fed. visitberkeley.com

El Lopo Second Anniversary

March 19-22. Did you hear? The neighborhood wine bar El Lopo is celebrating its two-year anniversary with a weekend special. Guests can enjoy its buy-one-gift-one happy hour all weekend. When you order your first drink, you can send a free glass of the same thing to a stranger! Open M-F 4-10 p.m., Sa-Su noon-midnight. 1327 Polk St., 415.237.3072. elloposf.com

Free Organic Ice Cream Pint Day

March 20. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a free pint of ice cream along with compostable bowls and spoons from Alec’s Ice Cream—a new super-premium organic ice cream company. It’s celebrating the recent launch with a free ice cream giveaway at their Petaluma headquarters. Grab a free pint and then enjoy it at one of the nearby parks like Walnut or Wickersham in Petaluma. One pint will be given out per car. All essential workers are eligible for two free pints of ice cream. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 419 1st St., Petaluma. alecsicecream.com

Manresa Bread

Preorder by March 28. Manresa Bread founder Avery Ruzicka readies for Spring with Easter, Passover and Mother’s Day specials. Easter menu features two babka flavors ($22)—coconut and chocolate; white chocolate strawberry panettone ($48); and a seasonal Manresa Bread cookie tin (pictured, 20 cookies for $55) with five varieties. For Passover, Ruzicka is offering a gluten-free chocolate almond cake ($30) and matzah brittle ($12), available for same-day pick-up starting March 27 through April 4. manresabread.com

Dine In at Belcampo

Open. Oakland’s Belcampo is now open for dine-in and is offering delicious, special Spring items for Easter pickup including ham (pictured), beef tenderloin roast, brisket, lamb chops and leg of lamb. Belcampo Restaurant & Butcher Shop is Oakland’s best farm-to-table dining destination with its 30,000-acre USDA Certified Organic farms at the base of Mt. Shasta as well as its partner farms using Certified Humane, Certified Organic and regenerative farming techniques. Open daily 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 55 Webster St., Oakland, 510.281.0998. belcampo.com

Arts + Culture

One Found Sound Virtual Watch Party

March 18. The musicians of One Found Sound—S.F.’s only democratic, conductorless, chamber orchestra—present an interactive virtual watch party bringing the One Found Sound experience to your favorite electronic device! They’re teaming up with videographer Max Savage of Noisy Savage to bring you creative music video productions featuring the music of Black and Latinx composers as well as choreography and performances by SF dancer Babatunji Johnson. 6-7 p.m. Free. Register

Photo credits: Kathy’s Creative Kakes, Hillsdale website. Lights N’ Punchlines, Eventbrite. Skates, Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels. El Lopo, Facebook. Alec’s Ice Cream, @elli.bites⁣ via Instagram. Manresa Bread, Alyssa Twelker. Berkeley Restaurant Week, @lamarchaberkeley via Instagram. One Found Sounds, Facebook. All other images are courtesy of the venues.

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