Flickr/cbowns With all the students and work-from-home types living in the Lower Haight, grabbing a cup of joe and securing a table at a coffee shop can be tough in our part of town. That’s why we’ve surveyed which cafes … Continue reading
Flickr/jeroen020 Yesterday, croissants around San Francisco were visibly shaken by the news that Starbucks is purchasing Bay Bread LLC, owner of the La Boulange family of cafes, for $100 million. Which made us wonder: what does this mean for another … Continue reading
Although Lower Haighters may not need more reasons to imbibe, we thought we’d celebrate the ‘hood with a little game to get the juices flowing. (Note: please play responsibly). Continue reading
Flickr/troyholden It’s Friday, which means it’s time for some leftovers! Here’s a round-up of a few news stories that didn’t quite make the front page this week.
Flickr/bjaglin Here’s a strange one! Apparently La Boulange, operator of various bakeries around San Francisco including a namesake in Hayes Valley as well as our very own Cafe du Soleil, filed for a liquor license at 292 Divisadero this week. … Continue reading
We knew a few bars in the neighborhood would be open for today’s USA/England World Cup match, but we had no idea it would be this crazy.
Yesterday’s hearing at City Hall had it all — neighborly love, uncomfortable exchanges, laughter, an over-the-top villain, sporadic outbursts of applause, and ultimately, a victory for Cafe du Soleil. Here’s how it all went down.
Flickr/soupstance Last week we told you about Cafe du Soleil’s intentions to host live jazz music and poetry readings. Well neighbors, today’s your chance to weigh in on the issue.
Flickr user tellumo Ooh la la! Make room for a side of culture with your next croissant, folks. Cafe du Soleil has applied for permission to host live music and poetry readings. There’s just one catch — the city wants … Continue reading