The three day weekend has finally arrived — happy Independence Day, y’all. We’ve compiled a list of local spots to pick up picnic items, from vino to burgers. Read on.

Ted’s Butcherblock will be open on Sat. from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. so make sure to get there tomorrow to pick up your supplies. Ted’s offers select meats like Painted Hills natural beef patties, Scottish salmon, and Berk’s 100 percent beef hotdogs. Swill some of the good stuff with your food — Ted’s has a useful list of warm weather wines, too. 

Save on wine this weekend at Whole Foods, where you can get 20 percent off on six or more bottles, July 1-4.

You can pick up specially priced meat, fish, produce, cheese and beer (yay!) at Earth Fare, through July 5.

Crave Kitchen & Cocktails will offer their award-winning Mac & Cheese trays, both deconstructed and fully prepared, to add some cheesy goodness to your Fourth of July barbecue. Prices range from $40-$100 and orders should be placed 24 hours ahead of time.

Everyday Gourmet’s
weekly supper special for Fourth of July will give you more time to relax this weekend. With gazpacho, succotash, pimento cheese, and tomato pies on the menu, you can plan a hassle free meal for the holiday weekend.

Total Wine & More
offers various sizes of kegs as well as festive decorations for Fourth of July parties. Their current featured brewery is Oskar Blues, which brews classics like Dale’s Pale Ale and Mama’s Little Yella Pils. 

Pick up some chimichurri marinated flank steak at Mercantile and Mash, $12.99/lb.

You can pick up a variety of picnic items at Caviar & Bananas, too, like summer sides — including a cucumber salad and caprese pasta salad — champagne splits, and made-to-order salads and sandwiches. Call ahead to have all the goods packaged in a tote bag.

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