Still sad that Prairie is closed for good? Enter chef Anthony Strong's revamped Whitestar Volkswagen for camp-inspired private dining.
Plus, an interactive Van Gogh exhibit is coming to San Francisco; a new floating fire station has docked in the Bay; and the Roxie Theater is bringing Sundance Film Festival to NorCal.
'Immersive Van Gogh' brings projected art experience to San Francisco in 2021, Datebook SF
Sundance Selects SF's Roxie Theater as Sole NorCal Venue for 2021 Festival, KQEDNever made it to Park City for the Sundance Film Festival? This year's fest is looking a little different, with screenings at 33 venues nationwide. Sundance's partnership with the Roxie Theater means you'll be able to watch premieres at the Fort Mason Center drive-in. Read more
San Francisco's Newest Fire Station Floats Into Place at Pier 22 1/2, SFist
On Thursday morning at 2am, the first-ever floating fire station made its way across the Bay from Treasure Island to its new permanent home. The solar-paneled station, replacing 105-year-old Fire Station 35, will help the city prepare for earthquakes and waterside emergencies, and can even operate during a citywide blackout. Read more.
This San Francisco Chef Is Serving a 'Glamping' Menu From a VW Van, Eater SF
If you're in need of some pandemic-safe fun and food, you may now nosh on eight to nine elevated camp-inspired dishes—think grilled lobster fondue, charcoal-grilled tomahawk steak, and campfire griddled waffle—both inside and outside Stella, Chef Anthony Strong's VW van. Read more.
San Francisco grandma flips table to defend business after customer hurls hand sanitizer jugs at staff, ABC7 News
After an an angry customer threw a five-pound jug of hand sanitizer at Panchita's Pupuseria owner Doris Campos' daughter and grandson over a few minute delay of her order, nearly 60-year-old Campos flipped a table to push her out of the store. Read more.