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FREE Chowder and Tunes at Frankenart Mart

Updated: Mar 12, 2012 11:32
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This time last week, I went to Frankenart Mart for the first time and (just as importantly) my first free hot dog in our fair city. Sausages abound in San Francisco, if you know where to look, but the good old-fashioned flaccid, terracotta-hued wieners? A little harder to come across.

Moving away from that terrible sequence of puns, Frankenart Mart gave me a mean free hot dog last weekend, a trip into their bread cave for a lil cookie or two, a free tarot reading, and the pleasure of sitting in a bizarrely, wholeheartedly decked-out neighborhood art space.

This Saturday, Frankenart Mart brings a live music performance to their ongoing Hobbit Hole exhibit with Eurostache’s vibrantly experimental sets. To top it off, chowder will be served – and in chalices to boot.


Eurostache and Chowder at the Hobbit Hole
Saturday, March 10
2:30 p.m.

Frankenart Mart
515 Balboa
[Inner Richmond]
Photo: Frankenart Mart

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Lucy's been able to live lots of places but holds her cornfed/pie-fueled Midwestern roots most dear, maintaining too loudly and too often that the Outer Richmond is the Midwest of SF: driven through to get elsewhere and knocked around for no reason (but what other neighborhood has bison?!). You can find Lucy letting things languish in her fridge, purposefully (limoncello!) or not (yogurt...), mouthbreathing, scouring Golden Gate Park for apartment-worthy items, sleepily serving up double nonfat half-caf-half-non-caf lattes at a certain cafe, skulking in various other ones, and yelling under cover of night and costume at SF Bike Party.