Booze

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

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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 “

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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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13 Aug 2020

Slim’s to be Replaced by ‘YOLO’ Nightclub Douchefest

For over 30 years Slim’s hosted live music from every genre in San Francisco.  Punk, rock, R&B, to blues, jazz, folk, and rap performers played this SOMA institution.  It shut forever in March.  And now, perhaps as a sign of the times, Slim’s was bought by San Jose club owners

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11 Aug 2020

The Glide Legacy Gala Is Rad But Totally Online (And Crazy Affordable) This Year

San Francisco’s best charity ball is still happening in 2020, though online of course, as the 11th annual Glide Legacy Gala is this Saturday, August 15, at 8 p.m. It’s a virtual celebration that still features a digital DJ Dance Party, the awards ceremony, and words from your activists —

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04 Aug 2020

DoorDash Paying SF Delivery Drivers A Mere 78 Cents In Hazard Pay During The Pandemic

Some companies are offering generous hazard pay for front-line essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The delivery service DoorDash is offering hazard pay too — but just a measly 78 cents per day, and only in San Francisco, and only because the government forced them to. As we see above

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21 Jul 2020

Meet All The Terrible Items Taco Bell Is About To Remove From Its Menu

Taco Bell is eliminating 11 bizarre and unpopular items from its menu on August 13, in their words, “to create a more efficient Taco Bell experience.” So we went and ordered all 11 of these strange menu items, many of which have names that sound like they came from a

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