Booze

20 Jun 2022

The Best Patios in San Francisco to Drink Beer

Well, you’re in luck because here’s a list of amazing patios in SF

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
blow up unicorn and man swinging
13 May 2022

We Found SF’s Hidden Ball Pit & Indoor Swing

During the height of the pandemic, we all had to hit pause on any amount of fun for a moment while we sat inside waiting for the world to reset. The toll that took on us was huge. Since then, I’ve been bopping around the Bay Area finding the places

Katy Atchison 1
15 Dec 2021

From Protest to Puke: The Debasement of SantaCon

For those who don’t participate, SantaCon is an annual spectacle, mildly disorienting and mostly foul. If you’ve ever seen a cluster of self-saboteurs in Santa costumes collectively heaving over a gutter or stumbling about in a daze, you’ve likely been privy to the awe-inspiring merriment of SantaCon.  As a writer

Lydia Sviatoslavsky 0
17 Aug 2021

Dance, Dance, Repeat: This Week’s Shows and Parties

Every Tuesday our subscribers get this awesome roundup in their inboxes. You should sign up right here to make sure you never miss a thing. It’s on like Donkey Kong this week, folks! We’ve got more concerts and parties than I’ve seen in more than a year – maybe even

Lizzie Locker - Events Editor 0
04 Mar 2021

Sadly, The Revolution Cafe is Over. We Really Loved It

The Revolution Cafe is officially shuttered, with a ‘for rent sign in the window’.  The owners are silent, but the neighborhood has known for months.  A group of about 9-10 regulars have been discussing the possibility of taking it over, but there is nothing concrete. Everybody liked Revolution, it had

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 2
04 Dec 2020

Top 50 Uniquely Covid-Safe in-the-flesh Things to Do in the Bay!

Businesses and artists have all had to get super creative in these trying times in order to stay afloat, so we at Broke-Ass Stuart have created this epic list : “Top 50 Uniquely Covid-Safe  In-the-flesh Things to Do In the Bay” so we can stay sane & safe amidst “

A. Rose 0
18 Aug 2020

Comic Whose Mom Just Died From COVID-19 ‘Returns’ To The Bay For Zoom Comedy Show

‘Conan’ writer Laurie Kilmartin may be best known for livetweeting her mother’s dying of coronavirus in June, but this Walnut Creek native is “returning” to the Bay Area for the Thursday night, August 20 Zoom revival of Marga Gomez’ “Who’s Your Mami Comedy” show at the Brava Theater. The show

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18 Aug 2020

Beautiful Murals Cover Fugly Barricades At Buena Vista Cafe’s Outdoor Dining

The SF outdoor dining rules come with some pretty ugly requirements in order for the restaurants to get city approval to serve outdoors. At the famed Buena Vista cafe, credited with bringing Irish Coffee to the United States, the city required they put giant, ugly orange barricades around the seating

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