Skydeck is located on the 40th floor of the Loew's Regency Hotel in San Francisco's Financial District. (5-4-2019)
Skydeck, Bay Area's Tallest Rooftop Bar, Opens In San FranciscoSkydeck is located on the 40th floor of the Loew's Regency Hotel in San Francisco's Financial District. (5-4-2019)
SF Startup's Molecular Whiskey Has Never Seen The Inside Of A BarrelA San Francisco startup is making whiskey that has never seen the inside of a barrel. Betty Yu introduces us to "Endless West," which is pushing the boundaries of whiskey making. (2-13-2019)
Stanford University Moves to Reduce Dangerous Student Drinking on CampusStanford University is taking action to curb what it considers dangerously high rates of alcohol consumption on campus. Andrea Nakano reports. (1-11-19)
Salt House Cocktails With Lead Bartender Gabe CothesLead bartender Gabe Cothes from the Salt House in San Francisco does his magic and mixes up his favorite world class cocktails for BAF host Michelle Griego.
Silver Oak Winery Goes GreenMost wineries are in pursuit of some kind of a superlative and Silver Oak is also in pursuit of a different kind of superlative: one that supports the environment. Emily Turner reports. (8-17-18)
In-N-Out Sends Bayview Brewery A Beer-Laden Cease And Desist LetterIn-N-Out sent Seven Stills Brewing and Distillery an order to cease and desist over the name, In-N-Stout. Andria Borba shows us what prose the burger chain chose.
Pacifica Man Launches Craft DistilleryWhat started out as a side hustle is quickly turning into big business for one Bay Area entrepreneur. Julie Watts reports on how Jason Tripp's love of craft spirits is paying off. (7-6-18)
Beer Here! A's Bring Back In-Seat Suds ServiceOn Thursday at the Oakland Coliseum, A's fans got a blast from the past when the stadium re-introduced in-seat beer service after a 3-decade-long dry spell. Christin Ayers reports. (6-7-18)
Delicious Samples From This Year's Annual Hall Cabernet CookoffThe Hall Cabernet Cookoff is getting underway in Napa soon, and company VP Emily Harris and executive chef at One Market, Mark Dommen stop by BAF to share samples and tell BAF host Michelle Griego all about it.
Moet Chandon Champagne Specialist Cameron GeorgeMoet Chandon Champagne specialist Cameron George shows us how to open, pour and enjoy a glass of bubbly, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Beer Facts From Brewmaster Scott Ungermann From Anchor Brewing CompanyBrewmaster Scott Ungermann from Anchor Brewing Company tells host Michelle Griego all about beer.
Last Call for Popular Pub in Menlo ParkDespite continuing brisk sales of burgers and beer, the Oasis Beer Garden is closing after six decades -- another victim of soaring real estate values in Silicon Valley. Andria Borba reports. (2-22-18)
Hops for Hipsters: 'Pliny the Younger' Pale Ale Goes on Sale for 2 Weeks in Santa RosaThe line of beer devotees stretched around the block in Santa Rosa as fans waited hours for this year's limited release of Pliny the Younger from the Russian River Brewing Company. Allen Martin reports. (2-2-18)
Oaktoberfest In Oakland's Dimond DistrictDaniel Swafford and Candi Martinez Carthen talk to Bay Sunday's Kenny Choi about Oaktoberfest, happening in Oakland's Dimond District on September 30th and October 1st at MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue.
San Francisco's Anchor Brewing Company Acquired By SapporoAnchor Brewing company, where modern craft beer brewing originated, has been acquired by Japanese brewer Sapporo Holdings Limited. Wilson Walker reports. (8-3-17)
Wine Expert Suggests Affordable Options For Holiday PartiesOn this National Wine Day, the owner and wine director of A-16 in San Francisco and Oakland shares some tips for buying wine for every occasion -- without breaking your budget. (5-25-17)
Mother, Daughter-Inspired Wine Parings For Mother's DayNot sure what to get Mom on Mother's Day? Kathryn Hall and her daughter Jennifer Brown of Hall Wines in Napa share some mother-daughter-inspired gift ideas with Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi.
Oakland Craft Brewers Battle Anheuser Busch Over Proposed Beer GardenA beer battle is shaping up in Oakland's Temescal neighborhood. Jessica Flores reports. (4-6-17)
St. Patrick's Day, March Madness Make For Happy Friday At S.F. BarsNo matter where you're from, you're Irish on St. Patrick's Day. That's the theory, anyway. And, at one classic Irish pub in San Francisco's Richmond District, KPIX 5's Cate Cauguiran couldn't find a stranger. (3-17-17)
Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In NapaBay Sunday host Kenny Choi welcomes Kathryn & Craig Hall From Hall & Walt Wines In Napa, authors of the New York Times bestseller, 'A Perfect Score.'
Soul to Souls - A Celebration Featuring Black Chefs & WinemakersWine sommelier Tonya Pitts and chef David Lawrence talk to host Kenny Choi about 'Soul to Souls' a celebration featuring black chefs and winemakers happening 2/22 at One Market Restaurant, in San Francisco.
SF Lawmaker Proposes Extending Bars' Last Call To 4 AMSan Francisco state senator Scott Wiener is sponsoring legislation that could extend "last call" from 2 a.m. to 4 in the morning. Betty Yu reports. (2-15-17)
Battle Heats Up Over Lefty O'Doul's Name, MemorabiliaA battle is heating up over Lefty O'Doul's, a well-known San Francisco restaurant in Union Square set to close next month. Veronica De La Cruz reports. (1-16-17)
Perfect Holiday Wine Pairings With Walt WinesWhen you make the perfect holiday meal you want the perfect wine to go with it. Jeff Zapelli, of Walt Wines in Sonoma and wine expert Chris Brock show Bay Sunday host Kenny Choi the perfect pairings.
Canned Wine Catching On With Vino LoversCanned wine catching on. -- no glasses or cork screws necessary. Danielle Nottingham shows us what's behind the trend.
Major Beer Brewers Agree To Show Calorie CountsThe Beer Institute says it’s pushing members to reveal more details about what ingredients go into the beer you drink. Betty Yu reports. (7-13-16)
Hangar 1 Releases New Vodka Made with San Francisco FogIt's a first -- vodka made from actual San Francisco fog. How is that even possible? Cate Cauguiran found out. (5-20-16)
New Law Would Make Bartenders Tell You When You've Had Enough To DrinkNew legislation on tap at California bars would make it mandatory for servers to intervene when a customer has had too much to drink.