See and be seen at these select San Francisco shows, parties, and events. You know, because you can't read the Internet all the time.


FOOD FESTIVAL: Umami Mart is hosting their third annual Matsuri, which is Japanese for an incredible festival with lots of great food from Oakland vendors and food trucks. Hopscotch will serve their Yonsei oysters topped with sea urchin and salmon roe. No, there probably won't be leftovers. 815 Broadway, Oakland, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Free

LITERARY EVENT: Join The Aesthetic Union for a "curated evening of readings from BayArea writers" right in their letterpress print shop. They'll even print a Limited Edition Broadside to celebrate the event. 555 Alabama Street, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., Free


WALKING TOUR: Detour, a location aware audio tour app, has teamed up with Cool, Gray City Of Love author Gary Kamiya, and to test-drive his guided tour of North Beach they're offering a free trial. Stick around after to debrief with Anchor Steam and the author at Columbus Café. Intersection of Montgomery and Washington Streets, 5:30 p.m., Free


DRAG FARCE: On the heels (ha!) of D’Arcy Drollinger’s “Shit & Champagne” to which SFist gave a glowing review, comes the outrageous and irreverent sequel, “Champagne White and the Temple of Poon.” The show at Oasis stars D’Arcy Drollinger, Matthew Martin, Steven LeMay, James Arthur, Adam Roy & Nancy French with costumes by Tria. 298 11th Street, 6:30 p.m., $25

STANDUP: Currently in his fifth season at SNL, Jay Pharoah is bringing his mean impressions of President Barack Obama, Jay Z, and Kanye West to Cobb's Comedy Club. His standup I haven't seen, but I would be surprised if it weren't — excuse me — standout. 915 Columbus Avenue, 8 p.m., $30


HOUSE MUSIC: Innovative American House music label 'dirtybird' presents DIRTYBIRD QUARTERLY, a record release party at Mezzanine for Justin Martin. It also promises to be an all around good time for fans of their artists from Claude VonStroke to Julio Bashmore.444 Jessie Street, 9 p.m., $15 before 11 p.m. and $20 thereafter

BEBOP MUSIC: Well known to Bird & Beckett regulars as the featured drummer in their long-running Friday series of neighborhood jazz parties, Jimmy Ryan has passed away. But, on his scheduled August 14th performance date at the bookstore jazz club, his band will reconvene to pay tribute.653 Chenery Street 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., Free


MINI FILM FESTIVAL: Laugh, celebrate and remember the comic genius of Robin Williams, who died a year ago today, at the 2nd annual Mini Film Festival with 10 plus hours of some of his classic roles. It's at SoMa StrEat Food Park so the eats are as good as taken care of — free popcorn included. 428 11th Street, 12 p.m. to 12 a.m., Free with RSVP

FOOD FESTIVAL: From Saturday through Sunday La Cocina will join The Midway and Noise Pop in hosting their 7th Annual Street Food Festival. This year it's all at Forest City’s iconic Pier 70 location in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. Pier 70, 11 a.m., Free to enter


REGATTA: The Oakland Dragon Boat Festival is a fun and competitive day of racing on Lake Merritt, presented by the Oakland Renegades in association with Oakland Park & Rec and PDBA. Come if you enjoy a spectacle by the boathouse! 568 Bellevue Avenue, All-day, Free to watch

CONCERT: Stern Grove's last show of its 78th season is Talib Kweli, whose work spans 20 years and whose hip hop chops are beyond question. Kweli is joined by Zakiya Harris featuring Elephantine. Did I mention that it is the last Stern Grove show of the season? Sigmund Stern Grove, 2 p.m., Free