Well, it was nice while it lasted. Yup, I’m talking about the weather. For a brief time, the Richmond District felt like South Beach. But now we’re all back in our August fleece, the memory erased.
But while the sun shined, we had a great Sunday Streets in Golden Gate Park and along the Great Highway. Thousands came out to bike, walk, run, scoot and move their way through the car-free streets. Check out the video below for a wrapup of the day’s festivities.
This weekend is your last chance to see the Birth of Impressionism exhibition at the de Young Museum. They’ve extended their hours for this final week so don’t miss your chance to see over 100 paintings by Impressionist masters including Degas, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, and Courbet – up close and personal!
In business news this week, we got word that Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets is still interested in moving into a space at 32nd and Clement – they just don’t know when.
Zaab Northeastern Thai opened up on Clement Street, so if you’re looking for a new Thai spot, give them a try.
And tonight, the new clothing shop Seedstore is hosting a grand opening party from 5-9pm, offering 20% off to all shoppers.
Have a great weekend everyone!