On Saturdays, many Upper Haight residents are content to abandon the neighborhood's commercial strip and let the tourists have their way, but we've found two happenings that will appeal to locals:
Aficionados of home-style Puerto Rican cuisine already know that Parada 22 (1805 Haight St.) has them covered, but did you know that the restaurant also offers equally authentic comida norteamericana?
From 9am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday, the restaurant hosts Boogaloos Breakfast, a pop-up that serves crowd-pleasers like the Temple O'Spuds (home fries with cheese, salsa and a fried egg), huevos rancheros, and vegetarian biscuits and gravy. Bottomless mimosas.
Jenn Woodall Art Opening + Party
Copies will be available for sale, along with risograph prints produced as part of a limited, numbered run. The book, which explores issues like domestic violence, gender conformity and street harassment, "doesn’t shy away from any of the most dangerous aspects of being a woman," wrote one reviewer.
Silver Sprocket founder Avi Ehrlich told Hoodline the gallery is lining up live music starting around 8pm. Woodall's show will be up through March 3rd.
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