Lower Haight Art Exhibition Pays Tribute To AAPI Food, Family, And Belonging
BY MARY KATE TANKARD “It all started when I was getting tacos in the Mission,” artist and designer Ace tells me in reference to her joining the art collective Family Style. The collective is composed of 10 AAPI artists, artists and friends who collaborate to celebrate Asian American identity through
Ursula X. Young is Uplifting Other Women Artists in the Bay Area and Beyond
Historically, the art industry has valued the work of women artists less than that of male artists, despite being the subject matter of most work. Today, women artists are working to lift each other up. In an effort to inspire younger aspiring artists during Women’s History Month, I wanted to
The 2023 SF Wine Passport is Here!
Step into a world of adventure with the 2023 SF Wine Passport! There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. You get 2-for-1 glasses of wine at 23 of SF’s finest locally owned bars and restaurants for only $39.95! It honestly doesn’t get much better than that. And after the
If you Love The Center of SF, It Could Use Your Help
A message from The Center in the Lower Haight, SF Via – The Center SF Family: Dearest Community Members, I hope this message finds you well and safe in this very strange time. First of all, from the bottom of our hearts — Thank you for being part of our
Mad Dog in the Fog is Closing
On Thursday news broke that Lower Haight stalwart Mad Dog in the Fog will be closing. They shared the news via their Facebook page explaining that they would ultimately be opening up in a new location, but didn’t give any specification as to where or when. Here’s the post: For
Rosamunde in Lower Haight Closed, But You Can Still Find Them Down the Street!
The place that makes the best sausages in SF has closed their Lower Haight location today. They’ve been selling delicious sausages there for some 21 years. Many an afternoon I grabbed a preservative-free, garlic and paprika stuffed pork sausage there, in between drinking pints and smelling farts at Toronado, sometimes
Noc Noc is Full of Really Good Kissers
This originally appeared in The Weeknighter column I did for the SF Bay Guardian for a little while before it’s unfortunate demise. I used to hang out at the Noc Noc for too many hours in a row just so I could make out with the bartender after she got
Tea Is the New Whiskey
There is a wave of tea houses in San Francisco with popularity surging. They aren’t exactly new—what with places like Samovar being household names for years—but they are growing in scope, scale and (metaphorical) buzz.
Local Legend Of The Week: Creator Of The Original Cosmopolitan Cocktail, Neal Murray
We here at BrokeAssStuart.com like to show love to the people who make cities like San Francisco and New York special. That’s why we’ve begun doing a new series called Local Legend of the Week.