Writing without Walls A new monthly reading series is happening at Cafe du Soleil, and you’re invited to take part.
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.