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.
Hoodline has curated a sampling of local Bay Area wine sellers to try out, from large retailers with multiple locations to small specialty companies, each offering its own unique experience.
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.
The Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin took to Californios before taking the Outside Lands stage last weekend, and staff at the two-Michelin starred California Mexican restaurant described him as “a polite and nice person.”
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.
False claim of Target closing Metreon store spreads on right-wing media before truth can put pants on
An erroneous claim that Target is closing its downtown San Francisco Metreon location was picked up by conservative media, but shot down by a simple email from a Chronicle reporter who asked the company.
This is going to make some Zeitgeist regulars and people who live near Safeway Heights and the edge of the Mission very sad, but Hoodline regrets to inform you that the KFC/Taco Bell at 200 Duboce Avenue (at Guerrero) has transitioned to being just a KFC, so no more tacos.
The Eagle Tavern, or as it's most recently been known the SF Eagle (398 12th St.), was given landmark status by the SF Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, becoming the third LGBTQ bar site in San Francisco to get the historic landmark distinction.
After a 19-month hiatus, the non-profit venture UNDSCVRD SF will host its first in-person event on October 16, which will feature a culture crawl through the SoMa Pilipinas Culture District.
Most of the Bay Area is masking back up, at least in some situations, and tensions are high as COVID cases and hospitalizations tick up. But things continue to reopen, and events are still happening.