A new affordable housing complex at 16th and Shotwell Streets drew the likes of Nancy Pelosi on Thursday, as Casa Adelante will be home to more than 300 low-income people, plus provide on-site childcare and a rooftop farm.
After 11 years of dazzling the Mission with an out-of-this world mural, Asiento is going out with a big bang on Friday and Saturday nights. But stay tuned, because ownership is promising a “remodel and rebrand.”
There used to be two Giordano Bros. sports bars in SF serving the famed “All-in-One Sandwich,” but as of Sunday night there will be none, as 16th Street sports bar Giordano Bros. will close permanently.
A new law took effect January 1 allowing streets with dining and retail to lower their speed limits, and San Francisco wasted no time implementing this on seven retail-heavy streets.
Perhaps best known for its packaged chips and salsas, Casa Sanchez became San Francisco’s 100th legacy business back in 2017 — and its longtime location at 2778 24th Street might soon be recognized as a City landmark.
16th Street gastropub the Monk’s Kettle has eliminated indoor dining for the time being, as more restaurants go outdoor-ony or close down entirely as the Omicron surge upends the restaurant sector.
Over the holiday weekend, multiple Castro neighborhood bars and restaurants announced they would be temporarily closed due to the recent surge of Covid-19 infections brought on by the Omicron variant.
SF cult-hit drag queen horror movie sensation Midnight Mass has its first in-person show since shelter-in-place, with a little-known Brian De Palma rock musical and, of course, a lip-synch competition.
Last week the Planning Commission unanimously approved the demolition and redevelopment of 240-250 Church Street, which previously housed 24-hour diner Sparky's, and continues to house decade-old bakery Thorough Bread and Pastry.