SPUR Urban Center Gallery
Cities are what you make of them, and urban planning nonprofit SPUR invites you to reimagine San Francisco (and your own hometown) with...
A true San Francisco survivor, the Palace opened in 1875, but was gutted during the 1906 earthquake. Opera star Enrico Caruso was jolted...
House of Shields
Flash back 100 years at this gloriously restored mahogany bar with original 1907 chandeliers and old-fashioned cocktails without the...
Rebel SF chef Dennis Leary is out to revolutionize lunchtime take-out with top-notch seasonal ingredients. Tuna salad gets radical with...
86 2nd St · interesting places nearby
Happy-hour flavored martinis for $5 to $7 until 9pm and rotating local art shows take the commercial edge off downtown and restore the art-freak factor to SoMa. The high ceilings can make the scene loud when the DJ hits a groove, but that doesn't stop impassioned art-school debates about the future of photography.