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Binge on Bivalves for Charity at OysterFest; Talk Sustainability at Farm to Fork SF

Plus, attend an "erotic underground" dinner, and then class things up with a wine dinner at Luce.

Waterbar is hosting its seventh annual OysterFest.
Waterbar is hosting its seventh annual OysterFest.

EMBARCADERO — Sunday, August 30 brings Waterbar's seventh annual OysterFest, a day of bivalve bingeing with food from Waterbar, EPIC Steak, Farallon, Fish, Dobbs Ferry Restaurant, Woodhouse Fish Co. and A16, plus Napa Valley wines, Anchor Steam, Trumer Pils and Speakeasy microbrews to wash it all down. If all goes according to plan, the ticketed affair, which benefits the San Francisco Surfrider Foundation, will shuck more than 5,000 oysters for guests taking in the Bay's most iconic view. [EaterWire]

UNION SQUARE — Food sustainability is the focus at the upcoming Farm to Fork SF, an afternoon of events showcasing a whole slew of local artisan food producers with speakers, panels, exhibitors and more at The Village on Saturday, August 29 from 2 p.m.- 6 p.m. The exhibitor section is open to the public, or you can grab tickets here for the conference and after-party. [EaterWire]

BERNAL HEIGHTSRavishSF's erotic underground dinner series is back with a New Orleans-themed (specifically the Red Light District) tribute meal on Saturday, August 29 in honor of Hurricane Katrina's 10th anniversary. All the Mardi Gras standards will be present such as burlesque, boudin, bourbon and beignets, with a side of "sensual provocateurs," and a portion of proceeds from the ticketed meal will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans. [EaterWire]

SOMA Luce and Paul Hobbs Winery are teaming up on Saturday, August 29 for a five-course menu with wine pairings that includes all the luxe ingredients you'd expect, like foie gras, blue prawns, hen and more. Call for reservations. [EaterWire]