Rincon Hill twisty tower is getting a wine bar, as at supervisors OK alcohol license for Mili Wine Bar
The geometric wonder at Folsom and Spear Street just added a wonderful addition, as the SF Board of Supervisors approved a beer and wine license for its forthcoming ground-floor Mili Wine Bar.
Bernal Heights’ St. Kevin Catholic Church celebrates 100th anniversary Saturday with International Food Fest
St. Kevin’s parish on Cortland Avenue turns 100 years old Saturday, and their Centennial Celebration will serve up the dishes of the Latin American, Filipino, and Pakistani heritages that make up the congregation.
Highly anticipated Presidio Tunnel Tops park opens this weekend with celebrations both Saturday and Sunday
The ribbon-cutting for the long-awaited Presidio Tunnel Tops park is Saturday, then Sunday’s Grand Opening features a food truck rally plus DJs, live music, and ranger walks.
Detroit-style delivery darling Square Pie Guys has a sweet new location opening this Saturday, with outdoor waterfront views at Fisherman’s Wharf at the base of Ghirardelli Square.
The Mission Street location of tapas bar Cha Cha Cha will close down Friday night after the last sangria and shrimp are swallowed, but the Haight and Shrader Street location is still sticking around.
Counterculture artist Stanley Mouse designed many of the best-known album covers for Journey, the Grateful Dead, and Jefferson Airplane, and has a new artist-in-residency exhibit at the Haight’s Doolan-Larson Building.
The SF school board didn't necessarily vote to keep the controversial “Life of Washington” mural at Washington High School, but they did vote to give up on a legal appeal, so the mural will stay.