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2-for-1 Patxi's Pizza Days2-for-1 Patxi’s Pizza Days
By - posted 3/11/2018
Deals

Celebrate Pi Day a little early. From March 12 – 14, 2018 buy one pizza, get one free when you dine-in.. Patxi’s Pizza Pi Day Celebration Monday-Wednesday, March 12-14, 2018 Patxi’s Pizza Locations Fillmore: 3318 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA 94123, 415.345.3995 Hayes Valley: 511 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 , 415.558.9991 Irving: 822 Irving Street, more...

SF's 2018 "Sweet Week" is HereSF’s 2018 “Sweet Week” is Here
By - posted 3/10/2018
Freebies

Stop by the following First Republic Bank locations and enjoy a sweet treat on them during “Sweet Week.” Every day it’s a different location near FiDi or SoMa and a different treat Sweet Week with First Republic March 12-16, 2018 | 1-3pm Various First Republic Bank branches (see below) FREE while supplies last Monday, March more...

World Naked Bike RideWorld Naked Bike Ride
By - posted 3/7/2018
Only in San Francisco

It’s time to tune up those bikes and toss those riding duds in the wash; you won’t need them for the 9th Annual World Naked Bike Ride – San Francisco 2018. Each year, their turnout is getting larger and larger, riding bare through the streets of the city. 9th Annual World Naked more...

SF's Biggest Free Oscars PartySF’s Biggest Free Oscars Party
By - posted 3/4/2018
Get Out: Events

Join us at SoMa StrEat Food Park for Funcheap’s 2018 Oscars Party. Enjoy free popcorn, an Oscars betting pool, bottomless mimosas & bottomless champagne, and several of SF’s tastiest food trucks. We’ll have the TVs tuned to the pre-show red carpet walk, so you can make catty comments at all the fashion disasters, then more...

SF's "Most Valuable Poet" Freestyle Hip-Hop CompetitionSF’s “Most Valuable Poet” Freestyle Hip-Hop Competition
By - posted 3/3/2018
Get Out: Events

Return of the Cypher (ROTC) is free live Hip-Hop show every Sunday at the Boom Boom Room that features an ever-changing lineup of artists and improvised sessions (know as “cyphers”) where beatboxers, emcees, and musicians collaborate in a spontaneous combustion of soulful skill.

San Francisco 2018 History ExpoSan Francisco 2018 History Expo
By - posted 3/1/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Explore San Francisco’s amazing history at the annual San Francisco History Expo as the Old Mint becomes a series of pop-up museums of San Francisco history with more than 75 exhibitors. 2018 San Francisco History Days – Saturday, March 3 | 11 am to 5 pm – Sunday, March 4 | 11 am to more...

Goorin Bros. $15 Hat SaleGoorin Bros. $15 Hat Sale
By - posted 2/27/2018
Deals

Looking to compliment your new springtime look? Goorin Bros., the fourth-generation, family-owned San Francisco-based company of bold hatmakers, will host a three-day sample sale at the company’s Howard Street headquarters. Heads up to the Great hat folks of the Bay Area. Join the first Sample Sale of the year. We’ve already done more...

Applebee's $1 CocktailsApplebee’s $1 Cocktails
By - posted 2/27/2018
Deals

Take a break from winter with Applebee’s newest Neighborhood Drink, the Dollarmama. It’s a $1 Bahama Mama that combines the flavors of coconut, cherry, orange, pineapple with lime and white rum, which will have you feeling summer vacation vibes all February 2018. This special Bahama Mama cocktail offer is available from open more...

2018 Chinese New Year Street Fair2018 Chinese New Year Street Fair
By - posted 2/23/2018
Fairs & Festivals

Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of Chinatown. The Chinatown Community Street Fair takes place the weekend of the Chinese New Year Parade. At the fair, experience Chinese cultural arts such as Chinese folk dancing, opera, drumming and much more at the entertainment stage on Washington St. below Grant Ave. Make sure more...

Check Out SF's Brand New SwingsCheck Out SF’s Brand New Swings
By - posted 2/22/2018
City Discoveries

Thanks to Broke Ass Stuart who tipped us off, San Francisco is now a massive pop-up playground! A group called “SwingBombSF” has installed 50 brand new swings around the city for you to enjoy this weekend thanks to it being “Random Acts of Kindness Day.” They told Stuart that the swings are more...

Free Neighborhood Days at Academy of SciencesFree Neighborhood Days at Academy of Sciences
By - posted 2/21/2018
Freebies

Each San Francisco neighborhood (defined by zipcode) can visit the California Academy of Sciences for free over a three-day weekend (Friday, Saturday, or Sunday) in the spring and fall of each year. So that means as long as you have a driver’s license or other proof of residency, you can save yourself more...

SF's Most Slobbery Doggy MeetupsSF’s Most Slobbery Doggy Meetups
By - posted 2/21/2018
City Discoveries

From CorgiCon to Pug Sunday to Oodles of Doodles… it’s “Year of the Dog” according to the Chinese Zodiac calendar. So we thought it was a great excuse to wrassle up a list of some of SF’s biggest and most adorable dog meetup groups so we can wub our pups. (but more...

The Coldest Days of 2018: More SF Shelters OpenThe Coldest Days of 2018: More SF Shelters Open
By - posted 2/21/2018
City Insight

The National Weather Service is predicting very cold temperatures with blustery conditions in San Francisco to continue through the end of the week with nighttime temperatures dipping into the low 40s and high 30s. The public is urged to check on older adults or those with disabilities frequently to ensure their more...

SF's Arcade OlympicsSF’s Arcade Olympics
By - posted 2/17/2018
Fun & Games

Sign up for the Emporium Olympics, a 2-week game tournament that runs simultaneously with the actual Olympics (Feb 9-25) 2018 featuring arcade games, pool, pinball, air hockey, Donkey Kong and more… and with tons of prizes. We’re told that participating in the Emporium Olympics is free and you’ll be provided with free more...

Noise Pop 2018Noise Pop 2018
By - posted 2/17/2018
Fairs & Festivals

The Noise Pop Festival is San Francisco’s (and Funcheap’s) favorite indie music and art festival. Now in its 26th year, Noise Pop has brought early exposure to many emerging artists in the Bay Area and beyond, many of whom have gone on to widespread acclaim like the White Stripes, Modest Mouse, The Flaming more...