Photo credit: Scott Polizzi We have some sad news to share about one of our Hayes Valley neighbors.
Hayes Valley is getting some well-deserved attention on the small screen this week.
A wall of personal love stories has been posted at a construction site near Hayes and Octavia.
After being open for five years on Hayes Street, Cisco Home is gearing up to say goodbye to their Hayes Valley location.
A minor mystery hit Gough Street in recent days, as signs appeared indicating that a new outpost of Pizzeria Delfina would soon be arriving.
Saroyan Humphrey for Hayeswire From portraits from the mid-1800s to a hand-painted “Cold Beer” sign to a 1969 Astronaut Snoopy doll, the second San Francisco outpost of Mixed Nuts (227 Fell, between Gough and Franklin) is chock full of vintage … Continue reading
Facebook/Mattarello Local pasta makers Mattarello will be hosting a pop-up shop at Gourmet & More this afternoon.
After two years of dealing with construction and permit issues, Javalencia’s third location (1594 Market) is now open for business in Hayes Valley.
“Capote” / Sony Classics City Arts & Lectures will be screening nine Philip Seymour Hoffman films at the newly-restored Nourse Theatre at Hayes and Franklin next weekend.
Facebook/Scoot Networks While we await the arrival of Bay Area Bike Share in Hayes Valley, there’s another two-wheeled transit option in the neighborhood: scooter sharing.