Things to do for December 04, 2008

The Weekender

Ferraris, Bubbly and Sumo Cocktails

The weekend is repealing the week.

Driv Luxury Car Club Double Points

Driv Luxury Car Club Double Points

The Driv guys (think of it like Zipcar, if Zipcar offered the Ferrari F430 Spider or Audi R8) are offering double miles for every new membership. Your "My Other Car is a Maserati" bumper sticker is no longer a lie...

Now through Dec 17, Driv, call 866-539-8680 or email Brad

Champagne Tasting at Arlequin Wine

Champagne Tasting at Arlequin Wine

It's not often you have more than thirty different Champagnes at your fingertips (we said often, not never), but that's what Champagne tastings are for. And just so the bubbles don't go right to your head, fill up on cheese, charcuterie, crab cakes and caviar blinis from Arlequin Cafe.

Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party

Hayes Valley Holiday Block Party

Proving that drinks make everything better, some Hayes Valley shops have teamed up to ply you with booze and discounts. Nomads is ladeling out rum punch and 30 percent off Operations and Oliver Spencer, and Timbuktu is donating gratis beers to the cause.

Free, 6-9pm, Dec 5, Hayes St (between Franklin and Laguna)

Ozumo Oakland Opens

Ozumo Oakland Opens

You're familiar with Ozumo on the Embarcadero, and starting Friday you'll have another spot to get your robata grilled Kobe beef and sushi fix, not to mention the 90 different sakes and potent cocktails like the Sumo-kaze (we hear it'll hit you like a ton of bricks).

Opens Dec 5, Ozumo Oakland, 2251 Broadway (at Grand Ave), 510-286-9866

Good Art Hlywd Trunk Show

Good Art Hlywd Trunk Show

You demand an element of edginess from your accessories, whether it's your cuff links or a keychain, which is why you'll want to stop by Barneys to check out the latest line by Josh Warner, designer to the stars—Jamie Foxx, John Galliano, Jessica Alba and you, of course.

No cost, noon-6pm, Dec 6, Barneys New York, 77 O'Farrell St (at Stockton), 415-268-3500

Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley Goes Public

Ma(i)sonry Napa Valley Goes Public

Most wine shops think a simple tasting is enough, but you're not one to stop at "enough," so swing by 
Ma(i)sonry, a new tasting room and living art gallery where you can browse museum-worthy art and furniture as you drink vineyard-exclusive wines.

Ma(i)sonry, 6711 Washington St (between Starkey and Pedroni), Yountville, 707-944-0889

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