Join us on Monday nights from 7 – 9pm for live performances from local musicians.
As always, our full menu is available until 10pm offering a selection of sweet and savory pies and pastries as well as delicious stews, soups and salads at uncommonly accessible prices. Happy Hour is on ’til 8 featuring $4 beers from Fort Point, Pine Street and Anchor Brewing and $20 bottles of Starry Night Zinfandel, Odisea Albarino and David Gerard Rose.
Here is the FABULOUS JULY LINE-UP:
July 2 – Dalia and the Big Violin Band – A musical analogy for tigers befriending orangutans, Dalia Marina (voice) and Parker Ousley (big violin) are an unusual but perfectly paired duo. With styles ranging from folk to funk, and a splash of comic relief, they promise to guide you through the full range of human emotion.
July 9 – Caitlin Gowdey is one of the heads of the North Bay trio, Rainbow Girls. She will be slinging bangin’ covers and solo tunes from her nonexistent record “Big Kid Fun” with fuzzy electricity and a great mouth feel.
July 16 – Chelsea Coleman, singing-songwriting machine, was raised in a house that had a piano room by parents who painted pictures and played folk songs. She was never not surrounded by good art, and she never had dreams that weren’t extraordinary. Her heart, mind, and hands work hard, waking and sleeping, to bring you pleasing, intriguing, honest music.
July 23 – Scott Griffin Padden Born and raised in the suburban midwest, Scott Padden has been making music in San Francisco since 2011. His songs have been described by his peers as “real, raw, and fantastically heartfelt.” When not performing his own music, he regularly tours as a bassist with Goodnight Texas, as well as Scott Law & Ross James’ Cosmic Twang.
July 30 – Kendra McKinley’s voice is prismatic: hold it up to the light one way and you get honeyed seduction; another, raw power; still another, a freshwater stream. If it sounds like the San Francisco singer-songwriter inhabits multiple musical identities, that’s because she does. She wouldn’t have it any other way.