Sorry New York, but the country's best bagels are officially on the West Coast!
Plus, San Francisco Mayor London Breed gets down with some roller disco in Golden Gate Park; Kamala Harris' childhood home in Berkeley could become an official landmark; Noe Valley gets a new block-long mural; and more local news to keep you looking on the bright side.
The Best Bagels Are in California (Sorry, New York), The New York Times
According to The New York Times, the bagels at West Coast institutions—including Berkeley's Boichik Bagels and San Francisco's Daily Driver—are even better than Manhattan's. Read more.
An interview with SF comic Alexis Gay, who made the viral video about park hangouts, SFGate
Aperitifs, Souvla, Allbirds, and Hinge were all mentioned in the techie-turned comedian's video. Read more.
Block-Long Mural By Local Artist Amos Goldbaum Completed on Noe Valley Street, SFist
Located on a Noe Valley Slow Street block of Sanchez Street, Goldbaum's new artwork highlighting Sutro Tower is best seen from above. Read more.
SF's Mayor Joined Golden Gate Park's Roller Disco Party, Funcheap SF
Mayor London Breed spent her Sunday rolling around GGP's Skatin' Place. Read more.
Kamala Harris' Berkeley childhood home may gain historic landmark status, SF Chronicle
The veep's childhood home, located on Bandcroft Way in Berkeley, just might be awarded landmark status if city officials opt to include significant sites tied to important community members. Read more.