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Things to Do: September 15-21

The best events in San Diego this week



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Waypoint Public's Brewmaster Dinner

September 17:

Salute the Sculpin at Waypoint Public’s Brewmaster Dinner featuring Ballast Point.

September 18:

Chow down and cheer on local chefs as they compete at the Chef Showdown.

Get the last laugh at the Last Comic Standing live show at Balboa Theatre.

September 19:

Say three cheers for beers, as the San Diego Festival of Beer celebrates 20 years with its biggest fest yet on Broadway Pier.

September 20:

Cruise the red carpet on day three of the four-day La Costa Film Festival.

Bask in the bounty of summer’s harvest and welcome fall during the Autumnal Equinox Dinner at Suzie’s Farm, featuring a four-course meal prepared by Whisknladle’s chef, Ryan Johnston.

September 21:

Bring on the brats, brews, and oom-pah-pah bands at Encinitas Oktoberfest.

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