The full dining experience takes 2-3 hours at this old-fashioned Italian spot.
"This exhibition represents a necessary step toward documenting this vital and dynamic aspect of California thought and culture."
The longtime art school opened in the Lake Merced area in 1962.
Want to try out virtual reality games for yourself? A pair of pop-up virtual arcades are setting up shop in SF.
Hidden inside SF State's student center, The Depot offers live music, comedy, art, and more, much of it free and open to the public.
Adventurous diners can sample the cuisine of Nepal at this authentic Tenderloin newcomer.
The Castro's Art Saves Lives gallery is hosting a new show, "Vibrant Visions," featuring the work of 20 artists with developmental disabilities.
In an effort to extend goodwill to the wider community, The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen is giving 10 percent of food sales every Monday in August to The Arc of San Francisco.
The art glass store, which also offers stained glasses, moved from Noe Valley to Ingleside last year after a rent hike.
"Home Is a Hotel," now viewable on YouTube, tells the story of a mother and daughter who live in an 8x10" room in a Chinatown SRO.
Party with the Mission nonprofit tonight at a free event featuring youth hip-hop performers.
The month-old bar specializes in craft beer and pub grub, along with live music.
Your guide to enjoying Janelle Monáe and the other artists performing for free on Sundays this summer.