Though it's been in business for four years, this is the first time the SF-based brewery will have a brick-and-mortar location.
The former Rub-A-Dub-Dub Laundromat is becoming a German-inspired cafe serving pastries and light bites.
This local company aims to sell the cosmetically imperfect, often discarded 20 percent of produce grown on U.S. farms.
Outside Lands may have come and gone, but festival season is still in full swing.
Hop Oast serves beer brewed on site as well as a few guest selections.
With the addition of its first onsite eatery, patrons can enjoy local bites with expansive Bay Area views.
Several area merchants are hosting live performances.
The ceramics and gift shop is owned by sisters Sarah Wright and Marjan Philhour.