OK beer aficionados, we’re down to the final few days of Beer Week, and we’ve got some very important updates to share!
Flickr/Visentico / Sento In continuing honor of Beer Week, we at Haighteration venture to various neighborhood bars, uncovering, experiencing, and divulging the extremities of their offerings.
Ten days. Eight bars. Think you can do it? The Lower Haight has no fewer than eight great bars, and there’s no greater time to visit them than during SF Beer Week. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the bars … Continue reading
1987 was a big year for the Lower Haight. In June, a music aficionado named Dick decided his collection of 45s had grown too large. He found a location in which to sell them — a junk shop belonging to … Continue reading
We’ve never been to Toronado’s relatively new San Diego location, which opened in 2008. But writer Brandon Hernández has. He’s a food critic for The San Diego Reader, and an avid fan of that city’s “Toronado 2.0″, as he calls … Continue reading
Less than a week after Martin Mack’s Pub at 1568 Haight Street closed its doors unexpectedly, the bar has re-opened under new management and is back in business.
Google Maps Note: Today’s post is a preview of content from the Upper Haight version of Haighteration, which will be launching in mid-March. ************* At the beginning of this week, Martin Mack’s pub, a 22-year staple of the Upper Haight, … Continue reading
The parklet craze that’s sweeping the city is finally reaching the Lower Haight — maybe.
Flickr/bittermelon SF Beer Week is back! And for the second year in a row, resident beer expert @McClure_SF treats us to a comprehensive list of all the beer-related events going on in (and near) the Lower Haight. Here’s what you … Continue reading
In part one of a series, new Haighteration writer Sarah Welsh meets some of the drinkslingers behind our local bars. Sure, you buy drinks from them on the weekends or maybe for the occasional (everyday?) happy hour. But what’s really … Continue reading