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Outdoor Team Sports Leagues Return to SFOutdoor Team Sports Leagues Return to SF
By - posted 2/27/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, What's Closed / What's Open

The San Francisco Department of Public Health and Recreation and Park Department today announced the expansion of youth sports in San Francisco. The City’s anticipated reassignment to the red tier next week will allow outdoor contact sports, organized and supervised through youth sports leagues, all with safety protocols. In order more...

SF's Brand New State-of-the-Art Tennis Center Opens March 3SF’s Brand New State-of-the-Art Tennis Center Opens March 3
By - posted 2/27/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, Fun & Games, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Things to Do, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco’s brand new Lisa & Douglas Goldman Tennis Center in Golden Gate Park will open on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. The $27 million renovation has transformed the legendary Golden Gate Park facility into a state-of-the-art public tennis center accessible to first-time players and seasoned athletes alike. Online court reservations can more...

Camping Reservations in The Presidio Open March 1stCamping Reservations in The Presidio Open March 1st
By - posted 2/26/2021
Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, What's Closed / What's Open

Perched on four wooded acres above Baker Beach at the Presidio’s highest point, Rob Hill is one of just two campgrounds in San Francisco. It offers a national park camping experience just minutes from the city. Here, you can see the lights of Sutro Tower, smell the ocean, and hear the owls more...

GG Park's Gorgeous "Lighted Forest" Extended Until April 4thGG Park’s Gorgeous “Lighted Forest” Extended Until April 4th
By - posted 2/26/2021
Artsy Fartsy, Bay Area Updates, Only in San Francisco, Outdoorsy, Things to Do, What's Closed / What's Open, Wow

Golden Gate Park’s beautiful “lighted forest” that’s transformed Peacock Meadow into an enchanted forest of otherworldly shapes and ever-changing light, has been extended. You can now view the whimsical wonderland through April 4th. “Entwined,” by San Francisco artist Charles Gadeken, honors Golden Gate Park’s 150th Anniversary. The lighting takes place every night more...

SF Might Reopen Indoor Dining & Museums March 3SF Might Reopen Indoor Dining & Museums March 3
By - posted 2/26/2021
Bay Area Updates, COVID-19 Updates, Indoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco might be moving to the less restrictive “Red Tier” as early as next week on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. When The City enters the new tier, indoor dining, museums, and movie theaters all allowed at a maximum of 25% capacity. Plus, San Francisco’s 10 pm curfew will be lifted. Here’s what more...

El Rio's Back Patio Reopening "Soon"El Rio’s Back Patio Reopening “Soon”
By - posted 2/23/2021
Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to Broke-Ass Stuart for letting us know the great news that El Rio, one of our favorite LGBTQ+ patio dive bars has reopened for to-go food and drinks, and hopes to reopen their back patio soon. El Rio is currently open Fridays 4-8pm plus Saturdays & Sundays 2-6pm for to more...

SF Bar "Virgil's Sea Room" Closes PermanentlySF Bar “Virgil’s Sea Room” Closes Permanently
By - posted 2/23/2021
Goodbye, What's Closed / What's Open

Another great San Francisco bar closes its doors for good. The nautical-themed Virgil’s Sea Room and their fantastic back patio Mission Street in the flats of Bernal Heights announced its permanent closure on February 22nd after 8 years in business. We’ll be sad to see them go and hope that El Rio more...

SF Indoor Dining Won't Open Until At Least March 2SF Indoor Dining Won’t Open Until At Least March 2
By - posted 2/23/2021
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Indoor Dining, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Although the latest covid data released by the state of California on February 23, 2021 show San Francisco firmly in the less restrictive “red tier,” San Francisco is still in Purple and won’t be eligible for further reopenings until it is in the red tier for two consecutive weeks. San Francisco more...

San Mateo & Marin County Now in "Red Tier"San Mateo & Marin County Now in “Red Tier”
By - posted 2/23/2021
Curfew / Stay-at-Home, Indoor Dining, Museums / Cultural Institutions, What's Closed / What's Open

The state of California updated their tiers on February 23, 2021 and two Bay Area counties have been officially moved from the most restrictive “purple” tier into the less restrictive “red tier.” San Mateo and Marin counties saw significant case number drops and now the counties are freed by the state more...

San Francisco & Bay Area Museums: What's OpenSan Francisco & Bay Area Museums: What’s Open
By - posted 2/23/2021
Museums / Cultural Institutions, What's Closed / What's Open

Here’s a list of all of the Bay Area museums, historical sites, zoos and gardens we could find and their current status and when they may open. Every county is moving at its own pace. Who did we miss? Know of any museums, zoos or gardens we missed? – email us more...

Rainbow Grocery Launches Brand New Curbside Pick Up TodayRainbow Grocery Launches Brand New Curbside Pick Up Today
By - posted 2/22/2021
Brand New, Groceries / Supermarkets, Only in San Francisco, What's Closed / What's Open

Rainbow Grocery has just launched curbside pick up beginning February 22, 2021. Their curbside pickup will be available 4 days a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Rainbow Grocery’s Announcement: Here at Rainbow, we’ve been working hard to create better ways for our loyal customers to be able to shop at Rainbow while more...

Filipino Fast Food Chain Jollibee Returning to SFFilipino Fast Food Chain Jollibee Returning to SF
By - posted 2/22/2021
Bay Area Updates, Brand New, Eat & Drink, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco will once again have a Jollibee, the world famous fast food chain that hails from the Philippines. Its previous SF location, near Moscone Center, closed in 2011. With roughly 1,300 restaurants worldwide and over 40 in the US, the chain is famous for its unique comfort food favorites, like more...

SF Announces Drop-in Vaccines (No Appt. Needed)SF Announces Drop-in Vaccines (No Appt. Needed)
By - posted 2/18/2021
COVID-19 Updates, Vaccines, What's Closed / What's Open

Mayor London Breed announced today that San Francisco General Hospital is offering drop-in vaccinations daily for SF residents 65+ from 9am to 3pm through February 23rd with no appointment necessary. According to Mission Local, previously people eligible for walk-in vaccinations needed to live in certain zip codes. Now, all residents of more...

Feud Erupts Over SF's Ferris Wheel Extension to 2025Feud Erupts Over SF’s Ferris Wheel Extension to 2025
By - posted 2/18/2021
What's Closed / What's Open

A battle has erupted over whether or not “SkyStar,” San Francisco’s temporary 150-foot-tall observation wheel in Golden Gate Park should be granted a 4 year extension. Originally planned to last only a year in honor of the park’s 150th anniversary, the wheel sat unused for six months at the beginning of more...

SF's 27-Year-Old Muddy's Coffee House to Close PermanentlySF’s 27-Year-Old Muddy’s Coffee House to Close Permanently
By - posted 2/18/2021
Goodbye, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to Mission Local for sharing the sad news that Muddy’s Coffee House near 24th and Valencia in San Francisco has announced it is planning to close on February 25th after 27 years in business. The owners (who also run the similarly-named Muddy Waters Coffee House on Valencia and 16th which more...