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Amy Schumer Was Drinking Wine at Scribe Winery This Weekend

Plus, Off the Grid returns and more a.m. intel

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Scribe Winery in Sonoma
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Amy Schumer pouring wine at Scribe

She’s just like us! Amy Schumer hangs at Scribe Winery

The comedienne recently joined the hospitality industry by proxy after her recent marriage to James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Fischer (Beetlebung Farm). Over the weekend, Fischer joined SF chef Chris Kronner (Kronnerburger) for a dinner series at Sonoma’s hipster oasis, Scribe Winery. Schumer was spotted joking around and pouring wine for friends on the patio. Keep a lookout, fans: Schumer will return to the Bay Area for comedy festival Clusterfest in June, also primetime for Scribe rosé consumption and patio hangs.

Off the Grid Fort Mason set to open March 2

Food truck season is almost upon us, with the impending relaunch of Off the Grid’s Fort Mason food event. Every Friday from March 2 to October 26, a sea of generators will rumble to life as vendors serve food and beer from 5 p.m.- 10 p.m. Highlights include momos from Bini’s Kitchen, Filipino food from Jeepney Guy, and a new VIP Tasting Ticket option, which allows purchasers to skip the line at some trucks, and eat special snacks.

Last call for a specially foraged dinner at Lord Stanley

A special dinner is going down at Lord Stanley, featuring ingredients foraged from Tomales Bay, like Dungeness Crab. Keven Kelley of Blue Ocean Goods is behind the gathering, and chefs from Mister Jiu’s, Commonwealth and Lord Stanley will transform it into a six-course dinner for $85; tickets are available on Reserve for the dinner, which is tonight (2/19).

Mixiote, a La Cocina business, is popping up at Son’s Addition

Head over to 24th Street for a dinner of Mexican cuisine from Alma Rodriguez, the chef behind Mixiote. The Mexico City native has been cooking mixiotes — slow-cooked meats wrapped and cooked in avocado and banana leaves — for years, and is now preparing to open her own restaurant. Rodriguez’s dishes will be available alongside the regular food and drink menu on Thursday, February 22 at Son’s Addition ( 2990 24th St.)

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