California College of the Arts
A generous endowment and big-name curators allow the Wattis Institute to take on ambitious, sweeping shows, such as the recent...
Cheryl Burke Dance Center
Always wished you could swing or tango? This dancing-school-cum-ballroom has one of the largest floors in the city. Classes in all kinds...
Anchor Brewing Company
Beer-lovers, here's your best-ever excuse for day-drinking: Anchor Brewing Company offers free weekday public tours with free beer. The...
Bottom of the Hill
Top of the list for seeing fun local bands, like punk-polka Polkacide and goth-psychedelic Bellavista, Bottom of the Hill is out of the...
Goat Hill Pizza
Thin-crust sourdough pizza served with pitchers of Anchor Steam lures hungry crowds uphill from Bottom of the Hill and other downhill...
100 Connecticut St · interesting places nearby
Connecticut Yankee information
Odd choice of name, because the owner has a shrine devoted to the Red Sox inside his neighborhood watering hole. Pony up to the old wooden bar and you’ll know everyone by name before finishing your pint. Live music on weekends ($5 to $15 cover), TV sports, a sunny patio and decent pub grub attract mellow, hardworking ex-hippies.