Get ready to feast your eyes on some public placemaking in the neighborhood! The San Francisco Arts Commission has announced that British Trinidadian artist Zak Ove’s ambitious sculpture installation Invisible Men will go on display in Civic Center Plaza from late July to October 2018.
A taste of the Caribbean is coming to Mid-Market, just a mere 2 minute walk from NEMA. In mid-January, Chef Nigel Jones, who was raised in Kingston, Jamaica, will open a new Caribbean restaurant in the City.
Homemade soups, intimidating sandwiches and in-your-face sauces are coming to the NEMA neighborhood! Adam Mesnick is a guy from Cleveland who happens to make the best sandwiches in the city. He serves them out of his SoMa eatery, Deli Board, located at 1058 Folsom Street.
When elevator doors open 120 feet above Market Street to unparalleled views of the City by the Bay, you’ve entered your new social playground. Charmaine’s is the rooftop bar and lounge San Francisco has been waiting for, where the energetic culture and chic of a European terrace meets the laid-back “California cool” lifestyle.
As we leave October behind, the City welcomes November and all of the events this month has to offer. From dance parties to Pinot Days, art festivals to giant gingerbread houses, we’ve rounded up a few must attend events to add to your social calendar.
It’s fall in the City and residents are taking advantage of our sunny weather to capture some great NEMA photography, especially from the rooftop. We welcome you to join in as photographers share their experiences at or around NEMA by using #LiveNEMA or tagging us on Instagram.