Bottomless anything is good, especially if it involves champagne. At weekend brunch at Ma'ono or Agrodolce, your mimosa ($12 and $14, respectively) never ends. And at Golden Beetle $15 mimosas are bottomless at weekday lunch AND weekend brunch—and they're made with fresh juices and house-made syrups and shrubs. (GB says, "Please note: Your glass will actually have a bottom, for ease of drinking and mess-related reasons, however, we will keep refilling it for you.") $12-$15.
Civilized but not-too-schmancy wine shop Portalis offers free tastings on Saturday and Sunday. A lot of regulars show up, particularly Ballard-farmers-market shoppers on Sundays. Those people sound smart. Free.
Tiny, inviting Cure invites you to “celebrate or lament” the end of your weekend with a $12 bottle of Spanish sparkling wine and a view of Cal Anderson Park on the Lord’s day. $12.
This sounds SO GOOD: dinner for two in the form of a two-pound Dungeness crab—wok-seared with tamarind sauce, Singaporean yellow curry, scallions and ginger, or Saigon salt-and-pepper style—served with papaya salad for $35, every Sunday and Monday night at Monsoon. Bonus: bottles of wine (all of them!) 30 percent off! $35.
Wallingford's Moon Temple is one of the highest-quality dive bars this city is privileged to still contain, and now the Moon Temple is going to be razed for so-called progress sometime in the not-too-distant future. Sunday trivia night here is fueled by strong-ass drinks. Go before it's too late! $2 (registration fee per player).