7 awesome Bay Area things to do this weekend, Sept. 22-24

There’s a lot to see and do this weekend in the Bay Area, from a world-renowned jazz festival to a John Wick prequel to killer Korean barbecue, so let’s get started.

As with anything these days, double-check websites for any last-minute changes in health recommendations.

1 SEE & HEAR A legendary festival returns

The Monterey Jazz Festival, which returns Friday through Sunday, is one of Northern California’s best music events — the tunes are great, and the vibe is even better. So say hello to the man in charge and read some of his picks for this year’s star-studded lineup.

2 DINE: Delicious Korean BBQ

There’s a reason why tables and reservations at Santa Clara’s ultra-hip Korean barbecue joint Baekjeong are scarce. We finally got in, and here are our thoughts.

3 SEE & HEAR: There are great shows all over.

There are a lot of great shows to catch in the Bay Area, from a famous photographer’s new show about guns to an opera about Steve Jobs and the always-wonderful Smuin Ballet.

4 MAKE & DEVOUR: Delectable wedge salad

What exactly is it? Have you ever had a creamy, crispy, and savory wedge salad? You simply must change that.

5 WATCH: Before John Wick, there was…

Yes, Mel Gibson is in it, but the new three-part series “The Continental: From the World of John Wick” is getting rave reviews. It comes in first place in our list of what you should watch this weekend.

6 SIP: Delectable mocktails

Fancy non-alcoholic drinks have been popular for over a decade. However, they are now playing a more prominent role in the Bay Area dining scene. Here’s what you should know.

7 WATCH: Talking Heads majesty

If you were unable to attend a Talking Heads concert, the concert film “Stop Making Sense” comes very close to capturing the surreal magic. And the movie is now back in theaters.

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