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SF’s Final “Free Hot Dog Day” Ever

Our favorite quirky SF art gallery celebrates one last time on February 28th
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Sadly, the Frankenart Mart experiment is coming to a close, but they’ll be celebrating one final “free hot dog day” on Sunday, February 28th.

Come by for a free beef or veggie hot dog, and every piece of art will be on saleCome get dirt cheap art, art supplies, random crap, hot dog paraphernalia, frankenart memorabilia, total trash. We’ve got it all and it’s priced to move. We’ll be serving hot dogs often because we need to get rid of them too

The Frankenart Mart is a quirky “only in San Francisco” type of art gallery in the Inner Richmond. Not only do they have curious one-of-a-kind participatory art projects, but once a month there’s free hot dogsCat hair toppings are available.

Keep in mind, this is a teeny tiny (250 sq. feet) art gallery. So if you’re interested in strange and wonderful little art projects, this is a fun place to spend part of your Sunday and munch on a free dog.

The Final Unofficial Free Hot Dog Day
February 28, 2016 | 1-6 pm (check the schedule)
Frankenart Mart, 515 Balboa St, San Francisco
FREE (hot dogs while supplies last)

Every month, Frankenart Mart gives away free beef and veggie dogs to all visitors who want one. There’s a bit of a rivalry going on between the two – scorewise.

Though veggie has come very close, beef has historically won out.

Photos: Steve Rhodes