Here's a few ideas for your weekend eating and drinking around town.
Pass the mustard. The wandering Oscar Mayer Wienermobile rolls into the Greenwood Fred Meyer at 100 NW 85th St. tomorrow. Wienermobile driver Beefelicious Ben (!) and crew will be giving tours of the 76-year old, 27-foot-long hot dog on wheels from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Try "Flip Sum." Travel-agent-turned-restaurateur Carlos Castrence thought up dim sum derivative "flip sum" as a smart way to serve food at his Filipino restaurant Isla Manila at 11740 15th Ave. NE. Offered at lunch and dinner, roving carts are stocked with ginataan (coconut-milk stew) and pork adobo in steam baskets for a set price that's easy on the pocketbook.
Wait for a table. Matt Dillon's wildly anticipated new Bar Sajor is officially open at 323 Occidental Ave. S. in Pioneer Square. With a menu featuring rotisserie chicken, pickled veg, draft kombucha and hearth-baked bread, expert the line to be worth it.
Arrive hungry. On Sunday, Seattle-area restaurants, including Serafina, Trellis and Macrina Bakery join dozens of area wineries, brewers and distillers for the Seattle Wine and Food Experience. The 21+ event at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall is scheduled for noon to 5 p.m. Tickets are available here.