Winery & Tasting Room
Alameda Winery & Tasting Room

1951 Monarch Street, Hangar 25
Alameda, CA 94501

Tel (510) 452-1800

SF City View Patio open by reservation 

Indoor Tasting Room open by reservation 


Kickoff the weekend at Dashe Cellars with a celebration of “Great American Songbook” classics. Enjoy the spectacular view of the San Francisco skyline and a glass of your favorite Dashe wine while listening to classics such as “I Left My Heart in San Francisco,” “Fly Me to the Moon,” “My Way,” “New York, New York” and many others.

The Bay Area’s Jonathan Francis will sing his heart out with special guest Tim O’Keefe, vibraphonist of the Rosin Coven band. Plus, we will have Charcuterie and Cheese Boards available from local restaurant C'era Una Volta!

Enjoy our recently expanded SF City View Patio, where you'll have an amazing view of the San Francisco Bay complete with passing sailboats as the sun sets behind the city skyline. Choose either a bottle to share, wines by the glass, or a flight of three Dashe wines. Your reserved table will be all yours for 90 minutes and we'll have specials on wines to take home and for delivery to your friends too. We're looking forward to seeing you!

DATE: Friday, May 27th

TIME: Limited seating starting at 5:00

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MUSIC: Jonathan Francis

Jonathan focuses his performances on the Sinatra Era and the “Great American Songbook” – popular songs of the 1920s through the 1970s. He has performed his show more than 300 times at senior care facilities and private events in the SF Bay Area and beyond. Cabaret has been his passion for more than 10 years. In 2012 he wrote and performed his own one man show,” Rodgers and Hart and Hart” at the Notre Dame College theater festival in Belmont, CA Jonathan began his singing career in college. He has also appeared with The San Francisco Lamplighters, and the Berkeley Opera Chorus.

COST: Reservation is Complimentary, wine & food available for purchase

Free admission - Kid Friendly - Dog Friendly

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