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"Most Beautiful Taco Bell" Grand Reopening“Most Beautiful Taco Bell” Grand Reopening
By - posted 7/9/2019
City Discoveries

The World’s Most Beautiful Taco Bell, located directly on the beach in Pacifica, just got a major remodel. It’ll be reopening as Taco Bell Cantina. We hope the ultra cool walk-up ordering window for surfers remains. Taco Bell Cantina Ribbon Cutting & Reopening Saturday, July 13, 2019 | Noon to 3pm 5200 Coast Highway, more...

Free Chick-fil-A DayFree Chick-fil-A Day
By - posted 7/8/2019
Freebies

For one day only, black and white spots, cow bells and furry ears will be appropriate attire at Chick-fil-A restaurants all across the nation for Free Chick-fil-A Day. Free Chick-fil-A Day: Cow Appreciation Day Tuesday, July 9, 2019 | Store opening until 7 pm Participating Chick-fil-A locations Free entree if in a cow costume more...

de Young Free Night & New Ed Hardy Exhibitionde Young Free Night & New Ed Hardy Exhibition
By - posted 7/7/2019
Artsy Fartsy

Celebrate “Ed Hardy: Deeper than Skin,” the first museum retrospective of the renowned tattoo artist, and local legend, Ed Hardy. The opening night celebration in collaboration with Juxtapoz Magazine features a DJ set by Chances with Wolves, and a specialty cocktail featuring Sailor Jerry Rum concocted by San Francisco’s own Trick more...

The Fillmore Jazz FestivalThe Fillmore Jazz Festival
By - posted 7/6/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Blending art and soul in one of the country’s most unique neighborhoods, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is the largest free jazz festival on the West Coast, drawing over 100,000 visitors over the Independence Day weekend on Fillmore Street in San Francisco between Jackson and Eddy streets. 2019 Fillmore Jazz Festival July 6-7, 2019 more...

SF's Huge Women's World Cup Watch PartySF’s Huge Women’s World Cup Watch Party
By - posted 7/6/2019
Get Out: Events

The U.S. Women’s National Team is just one win away from winning the World Cup. The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is hosting free, live FIFA Women’s World Cup viewing parties so you can watch on the big screen and cheer with soccer fans from all over the Bay. Held more...

SF's "Festival of the Chariots"SF’s “Festival of the Chariots”
By - posted 7/6/2019
Celebrations

You are invited with family and friends to participate in this 53rd “Ratha Yatra” in San Francisco. The “Festival of the Chariots,” known throughout India as the “Ratha Yatra” festival, has been performed for thousands of years in Puri, India, and today it is celebrated in all major cities throughout the more...

4th of July Fireworks Guide4th of July Fireworks Guide
By - posted 7/3/2019
Celebrations

Get ready to celebrate Fourth of July 2019 in the Bay Area! Here’s a list of over 100 different Fourth of July events (including 52 different fireworks shows within a few hours drive) with listings for the major fireworks shows in San Francisco, Berkeley, Mountain View and San Jose, plus tons more...

The Biggest Fireworks Shows in the Bay AreaThe Biggest Fireworks Shows in the Bay Area
By - posted 7/3/2019
Celebrations

San Francisco As long as the fog stays away, this is an awesome synchronized fireworks show that’s typically set off from two barges north of Pier 39 and Aquatic Park. Watch from Coit Tower, Tank Hill, Bernal Heights or the piers at the end of Fort Mason. July 4, 2019 – Free more...

Getting Home from 4th of JulyGetting Home from 4th of July
By - posted 7/3/2019
City Insight

Getting To and From the Fireworks Caltrain | 2019 Extra Late Night Southbound Trains Caltrain will operate on a Sunday schedule on the Fourth of July and will provide extra capacity after the fireworks ceremony. Special post-fireworks trains will operate from San Francisco to San Jose making all weekend local stops. The last more...

Free Uber/Lyft Rides Home on 4th of JulyFree Uber/Lyft Rides Home on 4th of July
By - posted 7/3/2019
Deals

GJEL Accident attorneys are hooking you up with a free cab ride home on 4th of July to help save you from a DUI and needing their services in the Bay Area, as well as the Tri-Valley area (Pleasanton, Livermore, Dublin, San Ramon, and Danville), and Sacramento. The program is simple. All more...

Oracle Park's Brand New Free Waterfront Concert SeriesOracle Park’s Brand New Free Waterfront Concert Series
By - posted 7/2/2019
Get Out: Events

The Giants are proud to present the first ever Levi’s Concert Series. Enjoy a free pre-game concert before each Friday night home game. The concerts will feature local bands and artists, such as Barry Zito, Tim Flannery and more. Plus there will have Anchor Brewery Happy Hour and seasonal food options more...

Where to Buy Fireworks in San Francisco Bay Area | 2019Where to Buy Fireworks in San Francisco Bay Area | 2019
By - posted 7/2/2019
City Insight

Don’t let the rocket’s red glare get you this Fourth of July weekend by not doing your homework on state and local regulations concerning legal and illegal fireworks. Though the state of California allows for the sale of so-called “safe and sane” fireworks (like cone fountains, hand-held sparklers and smoke items more...

Free Swimming Fridays: Beaches, Lagoons & PoolsFree Swimming Fridays: Beaches, Lagoons & Pools
By - posted 7/2/2019
Fun & Games

Celebrate the East Bay Regional Park District’s 85th Anniversary. The Park District has planned a number of special events and programs including free swimming at all of their regional parks. Park entry and other fees will be waived every Friday in 2019 from April to December to celebrate the Park District’s 85th Anniversary. Park entrance more...

SF's Brand New Gondola Opens July 1stSF’s Brand New Gondola Opens July 1st
By - posted 6/30/2019
Brand New

One of the most fun ways to get to the Salesforce Rooftop Park isn’t via a boring old escalator or elevator, but by a brand new downtown gondola system with a 20-passenger glass cabin which will connect the Mission Square (the new plaza of the Salesforce Tower at Mission and Fremont) to more...

Salesforce Park's New Free Rooftop Concert SeriesSalesforce Park’s New Free Rooftop Concert Series
By - posted 6/28/2019
Fairs & Festivals

Salesforce Park, SF’s newly-reopened 5.4 acre park on top of the Transit Center hosts a ton of free events every week highlighted by free weekly after-work outdoor rooftop concerts curated by People in Plazas. So close your laptop and open your soul with after work jams from seasoned Bay Area musicians.  Live@5 more...