Jubilant participants and spectators took over Market Street during yesterday’s 52nd annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration and Parade. According to the San Francisco police, an estimated 500,000 people gathered for the festivities.
A historic pillar-lined bank building at the corner of Sutter and Sansome streets, near BART’s Montgomery Station in the Financial District, is about to start a new chapter in its long 112-year history.
The latest class of local small businesses to join the SF Legacy Business Registry includes Buddha Lounge, Far East Cafe, Helmand Place, Sai's Vietnamese, and Stanley's Steamers.
A beloved, inexpensive restaurant in San Francisco’s Financial District that was facing a sudden rise in rent along with back rent payments appears to have been saved by loyal patrons, a news story aired by KPIX, and a change of heart from its landlord.
The popular Washington Street pho and noodles lunch spot Sai’s Vietnamese Restaurant is being booted from their location at the end of February, a sudden notice that leaves them little time to relocate.
After a Halloween hiatus last year due to the ongoing pandemic, San Francisco is hosting spooky, fun-filled events throughout the city this weekend. We’ve rounded up several free-to-attend events to celebrate spooky season each day this weekend.
Sad news arrived late last week that Cowgirl Creamery is closing its Ferry Building store after 18 years of cheesemongering in the beloved food hall. Both the store and its next-door Sidekick Cafe will close on April 10, ending an era for cheese lovers across the region.
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The 55th Super Bowl kicks off this Sunday with the Kansas City Chiefs aiming to defend their title against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Looking for some food and libation options to enjoy while watching the game at home? From hearty brisket slider kits to Spanish-influenced snack packages, we’ve got you covered.
The $31,000 a month is a godsend to keep California’s oldest continuously run restaurant open, but the source is a sports site with a lengthy rap sheet of sexual harassment and male toxicity.
The landmark Hallidie Building (130 Sutter St.) is getting a new ground-floor tenant next year, and it's the professional organization for architects that has long occupied some offices on an upper floor of the building.
They’re basically building a 200-room glass hotel on top of the current Cort Furniture brick facade at Battery and Merchant Streets, but nary a Planning Department permit has been granted for the new plan.