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.
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
Facebook/Docsofthebay Here’s a quick update on a story we posted on Thursday about the “Docs of the Bay” food truck, which is hoping to set up shop on the 300 block of Divisadero. With some neighbors having created a petition … Continue reading
Flickr/bittermelon It’s a historic morning, folks — and not just because of that whole Egypt thing. No, the big news is that SF Beer Week is finally upon us! From today until February 20th, bars and breweries all over the … Continue reading
It seems like only yesterday we were celebrating a pork-related anniversary (because we were), but don’t put away your party hats just yet.
Flickr/mbonde The Divisadero Art Walk returns this Thursday night, with loads of special art receptions, discounts, live music, and more from Haight to McAllister.
Twitter/Josh Krist Let’s be honest. Sometimes it’s unbearable listening to Mission residents brag about their expansive stable of street food carts. Especially when you realize you’ve never seen such mythical vendors around the Lower Haight before. Well cower in shame … Continue reading
Flickr user brunoboris We’ve learned via Twitter that The Page Bar (on Page and Divisadero), which closed yesterday for repairs, won’t be reopening until Thursday. Don’t worry — sounds like they’re just doing something with the floors. In the meantime, … Continue reading
A few options for getting your green on tonight in the Lower Haight: Danny Coyle’s (668 Haight) will be celebrating with live music, tshirts, giveaways, draft specials, and more. Nickies (466 Haight) will be stocked with decorations, Jello shots, music, … Continue reading