We’re always game for a fine fete, but if the said soirée happens to be in honor of one of our fave S.F. shopping emporium’s one-year anniversary, well, then we’re really down to live it up. And it turns out we're in luck! The iconic Dogpatch outpost The Yellow Building, a horse-stable-turned-Victorian-turned-cool-co-op is celebrating its first year of existence (which is a pretty big deal, if you ask us).
So, what exactly will go down at the bash? Well, festivities include a jam-packed block party with everything from a fashion show courtesy of Yellow Building resident MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing) and tasty treats from resto Piccino to a chocolate-art demo from the Yellow Building's soon-to-open Chocolate Lab and a celebration of Recchiuti's Little Nib pop-up shop. Not enough? Well, it seems there will be some sweet surprises in store from neighboring Dogpatch businesses, too.
This is one event that is not to be missed. So, put on your party pants and hit up the Yellow Building for a not-so-mellow yellow affair.
When: Sunday, June 3, noon to 4 p.m.
Where: The Yellow Building, 1001 Minnesota Street (at 22nd Street); No phone.
Photographed by Klassy Goldberg