2018 is looking like a great year for events, given the diverse venues in January. Here are a few must attend events to get on your social calendar this month:
Truck Your Resolution: New Year’s Day Brunch at SoMa StrEat Food Park has brunch specials from 11 local food trucks, bar specials, and DJ music on January 1 from 10am-5pm.
Satisfy your musical appetite at In The Groove Fridays at Wish Bar & Lounge on January 5.
Visit the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco on a First Free Sunday of the month to see its 18,000 objects that represent 6,000 years of Asian art and culture on January 7.
Enjoy a beautiful run through Golden Gate Park and along the ocean on the Hot Chocolate 15K/5K on January 7 which ends at an after party with hot chocolate.
Take in some of the best International standup comedians during the 17th Annual SF Sketchfest and enjoy 12 Days of Sketchfest from January 11-28.
The Encaustic Basics with Collage at ARCH Art on January 13 is a fun one-day workshop and a great introduction to encaustic painting and working with beeswax medium.
Lace up those skates this season and take a spin on the ice at the Union Square Ice Rink, through January 15.
Get a special deal on a fixed-price lunch or dinner meal at 120 restaurants during SF Restaurant Week, from January 17-28.
Join the 199 Winners from 34 states plus D.C. in celebrating the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsible at the 2018 Good Food Awards Ceremony & After Party on January 19.
Omochitsuki! Celebrate the Japanese New Year at the Asian Art Museum on January 20 with Kagami Kai and the colorful and exciting New Year tradition of mochi pounding to make delectably sweet rice cakes, with lively music, energetic dance and traditional costumes.
Head to the Cheese Festival as the most knowledgeable cheese vendors compete at Cheesemonger Invitational, and you get to enjoy fondue, raclette, grilled cheese sandwiches, and a cash bar at Public Works on January 21.
Meet this year’s Award-winning makers at the 2018 Good Food Awards Marketplace, held alongside the Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market on January 21.
Jazz it up with the ‘20’s style party during A Night at Gatsby’s on January 27. This party theme is a favorite among the San Francisco scene, a city known for prohibition-era speakeasies and free-spirits.
Discover the past, present and future of Korea in the Asian Art Museum’s Couture Korea exhibit, running through February 4.
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