This perhaps is overdoing it. I don’t really think it is a big deal to feed animals but this lady is clearly obsessed with it. And because of folks like her, maybe making it illegal to feed wild animals of any kind is justified. This is in happening in Glen Park. I feel bad for […]
What a pity. Mikkeller has such great variety and was always a fun place to be. I don’t know what has become of it during the pandemic unfortunately. MIKKELLER BAR SAN FRANCISCO CLOSES OCTOBER 2022 The gastropub in the heart of the Tenderloin, hosted many events and guests through the years with constant rotating draft […]
If you’re free between October 16th and 23rd, 2022, do check out AllOutSF. Key highlights: Outdoors Day on Monday: Walk a portion or the entirety of the new SF Crosstown Trail on your own or with some of our special guests throughout the day. Small Business Day (Tuesday): Heading to these shops in Mission: The […]
Really enjoyed boba tea at Mission District. This is the Ube Taro Latte with Oat Milk and Sea Salt Cream Top. Brew Cha is on 18th x San Carlos.
San Francisco’s planned Downtown Rail Extension, an expensive and controversial project that transit advocates view as a lynchpin for the region’s long-term needs, is set to be renamed “The Portal” when transit bosses meet next month. The proposed rail tunnel will connect Caltrain—and future high-speed trains—at 4th and King Street Station to the massive new […]
Pancakes and huevo rancheros. So sunny today and we are here for late brunch at 1 PM. St. Francis Fountain is located at 2801 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110. Right at the corner of 24th and the beautiful York Street.
This is the new park in the city. It connects the rest of Presidio to Crissy Fields.
So beautiful during a summer. We are here for a City Guides tour. We also took the opportunity to visit the original Mission that gave this part of town it’s name: It costs $7 to visit the location and I was too tired to enjoy it so we took some pictures from the outside. 320 […]
We went to KQED today to hear more about Chesa Boudin: Love the space they have and it’s cool to see the DA in person and listening to the interview. Of course there’s a demonstration outside:
It’s Cherry Blossom festival in Japantown and it’s been a while! Not surprisingly there are a lot of people. Much more than Cesar Chavez Day we went to yesterday. What’s cool is the food stalls that are available. Oh and Benkyodo closed eventually. It was fun when they were around. It’s sad they decided to […]