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Off the Grid Hits Emeryville; Rare Pilsner on Tap

EMERYVILLE—The soon-to-revamp Emeryville Public Market is getting a boost with the advent of a new outpost of Off the Grid. Set to debut this Saturday, it'll offer eight rotating food trucks every Saturday from 11 am-3 pm—a good memo to keep for your next Ikea run, if you're burnt out on Swedish meatballs. [EaterWire]

SOMA—No plans tonight? Consider hitting up Blueprint Tap Room, which is holding a summer BBQ with cheddar brats from 4505 Meats and a rare keg of unfiltered Pilsner Urquell flown in directly from the Czech brewery. It goes from 5-9 pm. Can't make the BBQ? Schroeder's and The Beer Hall will also have the unfiltered Urquell on tap tomorrow, from 5-7 pm and 7-9 pm, respectively. [EaterWire]

THE BAYTake a booze cruise this Saturday with local distillers Seven Stills, who'll be hosting a nautical bash appropriately entitled I'm On a Boat. $100 buys passage and unlimited booze and brew tastings on this three-hour tour, which is probably how the Gilligan's Island people ended up shipwrecked in the first place. [EaterWire]

EMBARCADERO—Looking to shake up your Marin Miyagi routine? Waterbar is now serving Tio Point oysters, sourced from New Zealand. They're one of only four restaurants in the entire U.S. that offer them. [EaterWire]

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