On June 2nd, the SF SPCA and 7x7 staged the second annual Whole Enchihuahua on a bright, blustery day in San Francisco's Dolores Park. The event brought together pet lovers, adoption agencies, and rescue groups to call attention to the mighty chihuahua—one of the breeds most in need of rescue.
You may not have three days to get away this weekend, but there are still plenty of ways to get out of town without going far. In addition to reliably good weather, the East Bay offers plenty of new experiences, even for long-time city dwellers. Following are three of our favorite reasons to head east today:
Whether you're recovering from a rough night out or looking to kickstart a day of revelry, a brunch-time dose of bottomless mimosas or bloody marys can sometimes be just the thing to get your weekend rolling in the right direction. Here are 15 of our favorite spots to indulge in a wide variety of cuisines, alongside a few morning drinks.
1300 on Fillmore (Fillmore)
The cuisine: Hearty Southern dishes like fried chicken with whipped potatoes, shrimp and grits, a catfish po'boy, and a ribeye burger. Live gospel music is part of the fun.
Join 7x7 and Bloomingdale's for a fantastic event kicking off Pride, with a private sale off all items throughout the store.
The special experience at the Men's Store on the fourth floor will feature the hottest beats from DJ Juanita More!, catered bites by Barbara Llewellyn Catering, complimentary libations from John Anthony Vineyards, Peroni Beer, Pink Pigeon Rum, Stoli Elit, and Stoli Hot & Sticki; and awesome prizes from "The Claw."
Thursday, June 14
The Men's Store on 4
There are some seriously radical happenings this June, so get ready to stretch out your nights and dance 'til morning. From the hyped return of Sunset Island to a night of Doo Wop and a farewell to one of SF's longest-running parties, we're all set to launch into an amazing summer. Come out and get down!
The most wonderful time of the year in SF is just around the corner: Pride.
The earthy color palette of historic buildings lining Van Ness is about to see a burst of bright colors. Acclaimed ceramic artist Jun Kaneko will unveil his two 6-foot heads on Wednesday, June 6 at 11 a.m. in front of the War Memorial Opera House. The sculpture installation coincides with the premiere of SF Opera's run of Mozart's The Magic Flute (June 13–July 8), for which Kaneko designed the set.
Welcome to our weekly 'Ask a Vet from the SF SPCA' feature on 7x7.com. Dr. Jeannine Berger, DVM, DACVB is a board certified veterinary behaviorist who counsels guardians whose pets’ issues are beyond the scope of training. Think of her as a pet shrink…at your service. Ask your own questions in the comments!
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