Steven Restivo Event Services | San Francisco Travel Blog
So far this year we’ve highlighted several beer-centric festivals. While these are fun, and while these are exciting, they are also very filling. For many of us, it is hard to muster up enthusiasm for an event that will result in us consuming several loaves of bread in liquid form. This is why the gods invented wine.
Is there such a thing as too many wine walks? Well, is there such a thing as too much wine? Of course not! Which is why we will keep on telling you about all the various wine walks that happen throughout the year — especially in the spring and summer — in our beautiful City by the Bay.
Longtime residents of the Bay Area might recall two end-of-summer festivals that have long been favorites for fans of street fairs and live music. We are referring to The Downtown Martinez Italian Street Painting Festival and the Polk Street Blues Festival (the latter of which was held in San Francisco, along (surprise!) Polk Street). Operating independently of one another, these two events brought in thousands of visitors to the Bay Area, giving an audience to scores of painters as well as musicians during the weekends of their operation.