123 BOLINAS is coming up on a year of serving locally sourced, sustainably produced wine, beer, and food in Fairfax, and co-founders Dominic Phillips, James Gregory, Jacquelyn Mahaney, and Jeff Mahaney are ready to celebrate with a series of events now through Sunday August 7th.
Tonight, August 2nd, 123 Bolinas will host a reception for photographer Wendy Yalom’s “year in a life of 123,” in which she shares a look behind the scenes with the 123 team. All wines will be served at an affordable $6 (look for small production and sustainable vintners like Broc Cellars, Tallulah, and Pey-Marin on the extensive wine list). On Wednesday August 3rd, the menu will feature Hog Island oysters and farmers’ market treats (chef Jeremy Goldfarb is a regular at the market). On August 4th, toast the good life with cake and bubbly: Champagne, crémant, cava, prosecco, and local sparking wine will be on hand. On the scene on August 5th and 6th will be music and the highly anticipated Farm to Barrel blackberry ale from SF’s Almanac Beer Company, in addition to beer from local, small-batch producers like Magnolia, Bear Republic, and Eel River. Then on Sunday August 7th, 123 Bolinas is hosting a fundraiser for Edible Schoolyard.
Cheers to their first year, and to many more to come for this eco-friendly and community-minded spot. Open Tue-Thurs 4pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 4pm-12am, Sun 4pm-9pm. 123 Bolinas Rd. at Sherman, Fairfax, 415-488-5123.
Photo from 123 Bolinas’ Facebook.