Hayes Valley Farm
This is our weekly guest-blog post from the moms behind Red Tricycle, a site that focuses on the "lighter side" of parenting. Every week, they'll be bringing us their picks of stuff to do around the Bay Area with kids. Read the full article here.
Looking for place to visit for a lovely afternoon with minimal planning involved? Hayes Valley may be the perfect destination. It’s a tiny yet welcoming neighborhood bursting with tempting restaurants and indie shops, but best of all, it has plenty of spots to satisfy your kid’s desires.
This past Sunday, in the minutes leading up to Hayes Valley Farm’s first dinner party, volunteers from Columbia University’s think tank C-Lab were still assembling a long dining table for 30 inside the farm’s new greenhouse—a clear, plastic structure built that day by nonprofit Architecture for Humanity.
Welcome to our weekly 'Stuff We Like' blog, where 7x7 editors talk about...stuff we like. (Check out past week's 'Stuff We Like' posts here).
Here's what we're into this week...
1. Orange Wines at SPQR
To celebrate San Francisco's Natural Wine Week which starts today (and a mighty beautiful day for it), SPQR is focusing their week's menu around orange wines.