You probably know the renowned piece Under the Wave off Kanagawa, aka The Great Wave. What you might not know is that it’s from a series called Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji and that we have... at least a couple of those views as canvas prints.
Things to do for November 16, 2016
In Case a Donut Disco Party Sounds Appealing...
Because We Already Know Michelin-Starred Omakase DoesBy Lauren Sloss
Omakase from a Michelin-Starred Chef. In the Mission. Right Now.
Sushi is guaranteed to make your day better. But sushi from a Michelin-starred chef at a sleek new omakase-only joint with a modest 12 seats, which you can now frequent in the Mission... same guarantee. Just heightened.
This New Oakland Sports Bar Takes Food Seriously
You’ve been known to support your local sports teams while eating and drinking on occasion. So you’ll likely want to visit Fort Green, a new sports bar in Old Oakland from the team behind Drexl and Miranda with a menu from a couple of the Bar Tartine folks. They’ve never steered you wrong before.
A Couple New Brunches and So Many Waffles
Two new brunches. Two days in a weekend. Convenient.
Act 1, Saturday: Steak and eggs and smoked trout at Mason Pacific. Throw in a sourdough waffle for good measure.
Act 2, Sunday: Duck fat fried rice and fried prawns and grits at Nomica. A beer waffle with fried chicken for good measure.
A Birthday Party with Japanese Barware
Seldom Seen, that Hayes Valley shop filled with everything you like, turns one this weekend. They’re celebrating with a few events, but don’t miss the Umami Mart pop-up on Sunday. Because that’s your chance to stock up on beautiful Japanese barware. This is much better than your average one-year-old’s birthday party.
A Daytime Dance Party with Donuts and Champagne. Intrigued?
Imagine a world where everyone eats donuts, drinks champagne and dances to disco all afternoon. Well, that world is real, and it’s happening at SoMa StrEat Food Park this Sunday. But to clarify, it’s only for people who enjoy donuts, champagne and fun.