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Comstock's Having a Hootenanny; Firkin Fridays Are Now a Thing at The Yard

Plus: $7 negronis and a kebab dinner at Camino and a cocktail workshop at SHED.

The Yard
The Yard
Patricia Chang

OAKLAND— Not only is it Kebab Monday at Camino, but it's the restaurant's seventh anniversary. To celebrate, feast on their three-course menu ($47), featuring grilled lamb leg kebab, and lamb shoulder and herb kebab grilled in the fireplace, with cucumbers, chilies, red lentils and flatbread. They'll also be serving $7 negronis as part of the festivities. [EaterWire]

NORTH BEACH— Comstock Saloon has had an exciting five years of business (remember the time a car crashed into it?). Now they're ready to celebrate, with a full-fledged hootenanny. The party will have live entertainment, cold beer, favorites from Comstock's menu through the years and plenty of their signature cocktails. Celebrate Wednesday, May 20 from noon- 2 a.m. [EaterWire]

MISSION BAY— Firkin Friday is becoming a weekly event at The Yard's Anchor Beer Garden. This week they'll tap a cask of their citrus pilsner at 3 p.m. and serve it up til the unique beer is gone. If a one-of-a-kind beer opportunity isn't enough, they'll also be giving two club level seats to a future Giants game. [EaterWire]

HEALDSBURG— Lucky for the lushes out there, low-alcohol, "session" cocktails are making a comeback. Take trip up to SHED for a workshop, and learn to make a variety of shrubs (drinking vinegars with fresh fruit juice and aromatics) and shims (shrubs plus low-alcohol aperitifs). Light snacks will be provided, as SHED's fermentation crafter Gillian Helquist teaches how to create these creative beverages at home. The workshop takes place May 23 from 11:30-1 p.m.; tickets available here. [EaterWire]

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