The annual Chevy Chase Street Fair will be 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday in the 800 block of Euclid Avenue. Neighborhood stores and restaurants will have sales and specials, including Bourbon 'n' Toulouse grilling Nick's Andouille & Brats, Cubana sandwiches from Sage Rabbit, barbecue from Billy's BBQ, iced tea from Montea and an ice cream cart from Graeter's, plus food from Rincon, Puccini's, Athenian Grill, Kroger and more. West Sixth Brewery will host a beer stein-holding contest to feature their new DankeChain Octoberfest.
■ The Warehouse Block Party, 5 to 9 p.m. Friday on North Ashland Avenue between National and Aurora avenues, will feature Blue Stallion Brewery, Crank & Boom, Pasta Garage and more. Locals, a new neighborhood hangout featuring craft beer and American fusion food on National and Walton, just off Winchester Road, is nearly ready to open; co-owner Seth Boyd said they hope to open by mid-September.
■ Looking for food trucks? Rolling Oven, The Cheezy Mac, Lyle's BBQ, The Snack Shack and Spotz Gelato will be at Cheapside Pavilion from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday.
Proceeds will benefit Arbor Youth Services. And J. Renders BBQ food truck will be at Chase Bank plaza on Main Street, too.
■ Chef Jonathan Sanning is serving his Farmers Market Salad during brunch this weekend at Smithtown Seafood, 501 West Sixth Street. Sanning creates a plate of three or four special salads from his purchases at the Lexington Farmers' Market. The plate is $10. Other entrees on the brunch menu include huevos rancheros with Agnes' Picadillo, Boudin Hash and crab cake benedict. Call (859) 303-4100.
■ Distilled at Gratz Park's Bar and Dock has started Aw Shucks Mondays, featuring a raw oyster bar, beer-steamed mussels, $4 champagne and more. Call (859) 255-0002.
■ Make your reservations now: Coba Cocina, 2041 Richmond Road, will have a Maker's Mark Bourbon Dinner with Bill Samuels Jr. at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 2. Chef Jonathan Lundy will prepare a menu featuring Latin fusion concepts with bourbon ingredients. Dinner is $65 a person, including tax and tip; for reservations, call (859) 523-8484.
■ Lexington Fest of Ales returns to Cheapside Park from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 4. You can get tickets to this event, which is limited to 1,500 people, at Liquor Barns, Pazzo's, The Beer Trappe and Thursday Night Live. For $30, you can sample 20 beers from about 60 of the best craft breweries in the country, including local ones.
■ Jessamine Growers Farmers Market, behind City Hall at Main and Rice Streets in Wilmore, is 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. It will have locally grown tomatoes, edamame, green beans, spaghetti squash and other seasonal vegetables, honey, fresh herbs, eggs, cut flowers and perennials.
■ Chevy Chase Farmers Market, open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday Euclid Avenue and High Street, will have beef, pork, sausages, lamb, mutton, chicken, eggs, duck, heirloom and cherry tomatoes, beans, sweet corn, squash, homemade breads, okra, peaches, watermelon, peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, potatoes, beets and herbs.
■ Bluegrass Farmers Market, open 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Hamburg Liquor Barn, 1837 Plaudit Place, and Azur, 3070 Lakecrest Circle, will have seasonal fruits and vegetables including corn and tomatoes, breads, cheeses and much more.
■ Lexington Farmers Market at Cheapside Park, 241 West Main Street, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, and at 348 Southland Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, will have seasonal fruits, including peaches and melons, and vegetables including tomatoes, sweet corn, beans and peppers, locally sourced meats and eggs, and artisan breads and cheeses.