Look for it soon!
Just in time for the final gasps of Oktoberfest in Hayes Valley!
Do you even need an excuse to leave work to drink by a pool on one of the only hot days of the year?
The beer garden project from Suppenkuche has faced quite a few delays.
The rooftop bar has been operating illegally since 2005.
Non-guests are finally invited upstairs for a drink.
The winning bids for those concession stands have been announced.
We think it's a private party that's also somehow open to the public?
Matthew Latkiewicz breaks down all the ways to drink in all the places where it might not exactly be legal.
The weekly cookouts remain the same, but they're moving to another night.
Lettuces are harvested at no more than four days old, to avoid that pesky exhaust-fume taste.
Along with 100 Berkshire pigs and some emus. Must feature level ground, laid-back neighbors.
The weekly cookouts will feature barbecue and other summery dishes served up family style.
The community board green-lit a 62-spot seating area for the upcoming location.
The herb garden will feature 20 Asian and German drafts every Friday evening through September.
Where to track down twelve of the best ready-to-eat baskets in the city.
The shipping-container-housed Brooklyn project opens July 23.
The restaurant has been open for more than a week.