January 7, 2018 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The Winery SF
30 Avenue G
San Francisco
CA 94130

New Monthly Event at The Winery SF!

Weekend Wine & Trivia on Treasure Island

Sunday, January 7

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm**

**We will be open before and after during our normal wine tasting hours: 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Looking for some fun, wine-filled competition on a Sunday afternoon? Look no further! Starting in January, The Winery SF will be hosting Trivia the first Sunday of each month.

Doors open at 12:00pm for pre-wine tasting and trivia game start at 1:00pm sharp! So bring your brainy friends, grab a table and a bottle of wine, and show off your smarts. Trivia topics will be varied – sports, pop culture, history, food, you name it! Prizes? Of course! The winning team takes home a delicious bottle of Winery SF wine!

Teams limited to 2, 3, or 4 people, please. Must reserve your spot online OR call us at (415) 735-8423. Exact seating subject to change, but you will always be seated with your teammates!

Please be on time so we can get the game started! Reserved seating will be saved until 1:10pm – your seat cannot be guaranteed if you arrive after this time and may be given away to the next trivia-hungry contestant…


FREE parking on-site, and Muni conveniently located one block away. Uber and Lyft-friendly location (typically under 8-minute wait). Yes, we are dog-friendly! No food available at The Winery SF at this time – feel free to bring snacks.


The Winery SF
30 Avenue G
San Francisco, CA 94130
Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/4obvBcvJzFU2

1. Take the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island exit (LEFT exit from San Francisco and RIGHT from the East Bay).
2. When you come down the hill toward the island, continue straight- past the security gate.
3. Make a right on California Avenue (the first street)
4. Make a Right into the Third driveway (Avenue G) and The Winery SF is the dark grey building about 300ft in front of you on the left hand side.

If you are using Google Maps, Waze or Apple Maps, please search for “The Winery SF” versus the actual address, as the address sometimes gets interpreted incorrectly and sends you to a different address.