It looks like it’s kind of a quiet weekend for foodies, but there’s still a couple of things going on to keep you busy.
•The days are getting shorter, the weather’s cooling down and there’s a full moon this weekend. Sounds like the perfect backdrop for the 4th Annual Autumn Moon Festival in the Sunset District. The festival spreads out on Irving between 22nd and 25th Avenue from 10 a.m and 4 p.m. And here’s the blurb:
Celebrate San Francisco’s diversity and learn more about the rich cultural tradition of the Chinese Autumn Moon Festival. This year the festival is expanding to three city blocks and will have entertainment, arts & crafts, traditional performances, raffle, delicious foods, varied products, community exhibits and more. Monitored bicycle parking is located at Irving and 24th Avenue. Sponsored by the Sunset District Autumn Moon Festival Committee
•In case you missed it last time, Sunday Streets is back this Sunday from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. Here’s how we put it last time:
Over 4 miles of San Francisco from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. so that people can walk, bike, skate, and dance their way through the city without worrying about being hit by a car (or a MUNI bus). Streets will be car-free from Bayview to Chinatown and people will be out in mass, in the middle of the street, getting down with the get down.
We admit this isn’t the busiest weekend, but maybe that’s a good thing. We’re going to be doing a little off-the-beaten-path exploring this weekend for Sweetie’s birthday and we’re excited to see what kind of unplanned food adventures come our way.
[Photo: Via Sunday Streets]