BARTable This Weekend: Jan. 12-14

The holidays are over and BARTable This Weekend is back. We know you missed us dearly. As always, there's a lot to do this weekend and we've highlighted our favorites below.
For those of you who made New Year's Resolutions to eat out more, now's the perfect time to start as Oakland Restaurant Week (ORW) kicks off today, Thursday, Jan. 11. Lasting until Sunday, Jan. 28, ORW highlights top culinary institutions with special prix fixe menus at affordable price points. Stay tuned for Berkeley Restaurant Week when it begins next week.
Also in the East Bay, Lillian Hellman's "Watch on the Rhine" has its final showings at Berkeley Rep. And to celebrate the great Dr. King, the MLK Tribute, "In the Name of Love" will bring our diverse community together for this extensive civic and cultural event.
In San Francisco, ice skating at Union Square wraps up, Couture Korea continues at the Asian Art Museum and the world's biggest-selling jazz instrumentalist, Chris Botti plays his final shows in town.
Wherever you may end up, don't forget to tag us in your weekend fun by using #sfbartable on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
First day of Oakland Restaurant Week

Oakland Restaurant Week runs over two weekends for foodies to take full advantage of dining deals.

Safeway Holiday Ice Rink in Union Square presented by Alaska Airlines

A winter tradition, ice skating in Union Square promises to bring a smile to everyone’s face and delight you and your skating partners.

Couture Korea | Asian Art Museum, SF

Discover the past, present and future of Korea in this first U.S. exhibition to consider Korean fashion as an expression of social and cultural values.

Trumpet Superstar – Chris Botti

A subtle trumpeter with a sumptuous sound, fluent phrasing and sense of space, Botti became a masterly musician equally at home in the realms of jazz and pop.


Last Day: Trumpet Superstar – Chris Botti

Civic Center/UN Plaza (SF)
Watch on the Rhine | Berkeley Rep

It’s 1940—and Fanny Farrelly, a wealthy matriarch living in Washington, DC, is about to learn it’s no longer the world she once knew.

MLK Tribute "In the Name of Love" | Oakland

“In the Name of Love" brings our diverse community together to honor, through music, the inspirational teachings of the great Dr. King.


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