Galleries in North Beach


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  • San Francisco Art Institute
    Student and professional exhibits abound throughout this 1871 Spanish-style gallery, but its main attraction is a little hard to overlook. Diego Rivera's mural The Making of a Fresco Showing the Building of a City (1931)––one of four Rivera murals in the city––spans the entire main gallery wall.
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    800 Chestnut St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Chinese Culture Center
    The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco endeavors to elevate the arts and culture of one of America's first Chinatowns, which is also one of the largest Chinese communities outside of Asia. Since 1973, the CCC has hosted 100 exhibitions, and 33,000 visitors engaged in their programs in 2010 alone. A two-hour Chinatown Heritage Walking Tour guides visitors through the narrow, winding streets of the city's vibrant Chinatown, stopping at temples, herb and tea shops, architectural and historical sites, and the occasional red octagon. Titled "A Tale of Two Chinatowns," this tour provides history behind a variety of sites and discusses the evolution of Chinatown's culture. Most tours will visit the salient sites of Portsmouth Square, Tin How Temple, the Chinese produce markets, and the fortune cookie factory.
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    750 Kearny Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • California Masonic Foundation
    Offering intimate concert experiences with unparalleled acoustics, a show at this venue is a must-see for residents throughout the Bay Area. The theater has a clean, modern exterior, which comes complete with an amazing view of the San Francisco cityscape. The inside, which is full of masonic imagery and beautiful stained glass fixtures, features the theater with over 1,200 seats, and the view from each is exceptional. If you’re in the mood for a drink or a bite to eat, the bar offers a selection of refreshments and snacks to complete your experience. With a full schedule of great bands from which to choose, you’ll want to pay this beautiful concert hall a visit.
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    1111 California Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Moth and Dagger Tattoo Studio
    Burrowed among such historical downtown sights as Union Square and the Chinatown gates, Moth and Dagger Tattoo Studio leaves its own permanent mark on San Francisco by outfitting the city's residents with custom tattoos. Well-rounded inksmiths Mario Delgado, Justin Davis, and Joe Kelly run the shop, and all are trained in their own unique styles. Mario specializes in realism, sprawling familiar images across limbs and buzzing them to life in full color or black and gray. Justin represents a more familiar approach with traditional American and Japanese designs. Joe's specialty is pointillism or stippling?creating intricate images out of thousands of little dots. When they're not sketching new images, the trio is fixing or covering up old tattoos, allowing clients to finally have the confidence to leave the house naked.
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    610 Bush St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Cantina
    Try This: Cachaça Arrayed on Cantina’s six-tier back-bar display, 28 bottles of cachaça might all seem like strangers amid more familiar liquors like tequila and rum. Head mixologist Duggan McDonnell writes that the 500-year-old Brazilian spirit (pronounced kuh-shaw-suh) is worth getting to know. Cachaça’s “longer, closer-to-the-earth” distillation from sugarcane juice creates a more complex taste than that of rum, another cane-juice derivative. The best cachaça is made of hand-prepared Brazilian ingredients that generate “terroir-driven flavors” such as lemon verbena, olives, and cinnamon. McDonnell puts the aromatic liquor to good use in Cantina’s blackberry and cabernet caipirinha, a ruby-hued cocktail that Chow.com noted is one of the most popular drinks of Cantina’s 40-plus offerings. This sangria-esque caipirinha muddles Brazilian and Italian libations with limes grown on Cantina’s own local trees. A selection of McDonnell’s other cachaça concoctions feature on the menu, such as Brazilian caipirinhas that are something of the mixologist’s specialty. A variation of the recipe, called the California Caipirinha, made Food & Wine’s 20 Best Summer Drinks list.
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    580 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Secret Improv Society
    Every Friday and Saturday night, the performers of the Secret Improv Society initiate a new batch of devotees into their alliance of short-form improv, comedic games, and live music. An audience of no more than 60 contributes to the content of each show in ways that exclude lobbing tomatoes or volunteering to be sawn in half. From random, spontaneous audience suggestions, the cast launches into an impromptu sketch that may skewer romantic relationships, office politics, or current events. Since the cast rotates and the audience changes, every 75- to 90-minute show is as fresh and unique as a dry-cleaned abstract expressionist painting.
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    533 Sutter St.
    San Francisco, CA US
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