In the past seven years, San Francisco has been staggering under the weight of an ugly and brutal struggle: whether to run from its past or hide from its future. You know this. We’ve all had too many friends forced to move, seen too many neighbors evicted and watched helplessly as rents reach “Ground Control to Major Tom” heights
The fight for Lefty O’doul’s is a fight between a community of working class San Franciscans and a wealthy landlord. It’s a fight between those who actively work to create what makes San Francisco special, against those who simply wish to profit from it. A familiar, and almost timeless story in the Bay Area.
Broke-Ass Stuart has been at the center of the events and arts scene in the Bay Area for over 15 years. And right now we are looking to bring on a new editor to focus on events as the world begins to open back up. This is a cool opportunity since events will be taking
Another piece of old school SF is shutting its doors. The owners of the Lefty O’Doul’s name, known for its meat carving, beer pouring, and baseball watching are officially vacating the iconic Union Square location, their last day is February 3rd. The Chronicle’s J.K. Dineen reported that the building’s owner will not offer the
This amazing drawing that sums up SF’s tourists perfectly comes from Townme.com Lets face it — you’ve wanted to go there. You’ve wanted to have your cake and eat it too. There was never a moment where you thought maybe, just maybe, it might be totally exciting to get it
With its colorful facade we’ve all driven by Tommy’s a million times and thought, “Man, I should really go there sometime.” Well good people I have gone to Tommy’s and return with outstanding news. The place is awesome, the food sticks to your ribs and the beers are cheap. With
When it comes to cheap grub, nothing beats the San Francisco tradition of the hofbrau. Whether the food is palatable or not is debatable. When it comes to the most famous Tommy’s and Lefty O’Doul’s are the crown regents of course. However they can be insanely crowded and a little