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Dining Where the Sun Shines

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Sun deprivation was at its peak last week.

So when the weekend brought forth some rays, you took full advantage.

And while that was fine, you still have some catching up to do.

So let us direct you to a spot born to reap the rewards of the midday sun…

It’s called Skool, and it may just be your new refuge for vitamin D and seafood, open now in Potrero Hill.

Ideal for those days when you need a brief respite from the sun-choked skyscraper buzz of the Financial District, a table on Skool’s patio with unobstructed rays will be just the jolt you need.

The slick wood interior, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows, also makes it the sort of spot where your next merger can go down over a coffee-marinated Washugyu Beef Sandwich. Or, it can be an escape where you and some work buddies can lounge on the patio—in the name of brainstorming, of course.

And as with any good lunch—or happy hour—spot worth its salt, you’ll be glad to know a full bar is in the works. Expect to find a cocktail list dotted with seasonal specialties like the Summer Mary (made with yellow tomato juice) as well as classics like the golden, Manhattan-esque De Haro—all prepped by a Rye bartender as early as this week.

Whiskey and washugyu has a nice ring to it...


1725 Alameda St
(at De Haro)
San Francisco, CA, 94103


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