Things To Do: Divisadero Art Walk Returns

Rare Device's Divisadero Store, Photo via TimeOut!Rare Device's Divisadero Store, Photo via TimeOut!

Rare Device’s Divisadero Store, Photo via TimeOut!

If you’re looking to do something on a Thursday, Divisadero is proud to commence their highly requested Divisadero Art Walk.

The celebration of art, community, and local businesses will take place Thursday, February 16th from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. A variety of local businesses from Page to McAllister will be participating and getting closer with the community. Here’s the rundown of what to do / see.

Bean Bag Cafe

Art up by local artist Pete Doolittle will be on display with one dollar off their beer wine and special appetizers. Great for friends to meet up and chill. // 601 Divisadero,

BiRite Market

The SF favorite will be hosting a Fort Point Beer tasting, customers alike can taste the brews first hand and take home a batch if they so wish. // 550 Divisadero St,

Fly Bar

Lining the Fly Bar’s walls ismMixed media art by Austin Zombres with original embroidery by Nora Schuchat. These once in a lifetime pieces can’t be missed. // 762 Divisadero St,

Madrone Art Bar

If you’re looking for a lively happy hour, the entertainment will start promptly at 6 with music by Macy Blackman, a graffiti mural by CAVE, and also a talk about “How to Begin a Revolution” by Hunter Franks. // 500 Divisadero St,

Mojo Cafe

Come and experience art by Tom Smith of Smoking Ziggurats, a serious legend in the art world. Sketches from SF and Divisadero, in particular Rice, Paper Scissors Pop Up! // 639-A Divisadero St,


Two of our favorite words put together, OBEY will be hosting their sample sale at ONYX with some serious low, low prices. // 289 Divisadero St

Rare Device

If you haven’t seen this installation, Rare Device will be hosting Ropetition by Cindy Hsu Zell and a live screenprinting with Katrina Herman of All Gold. Plus, you should definitely pick up a Bob Cut Mag while you’re there. // 600 Divisadero St,

Tanner Goods

A series of leather artisans, the menswear store will be hosting an art show and Oskar Blues Tasting for customers who stop by and shop. // 651 Divisadero St,

Wine Kitchen

And to top it all off, “The Sentiment Of Memory” by Mike Goldberg will be on display with original art by Alex Viletti + 5% of all food and beverage to local non profit. Time to get sampling. // 507 Divisadero St,

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Things To Do: Divisadero Art Walk Returns
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