Safe and Sane Fireworks Extravaganza!
Join us in San Francisco for Farley’s Annual Safe and Sane Fireworks Extravaganza! Wednesday, July 4 at sundown.
Coffee and Food News
Fresh food is always coming out of Farley’s! Did you know we make everything in our Oakland Kitchen, and we deliver it to our San Francisco store? Team work, really does make the Farley’s dream work! What is your favorite salad? We LOVE the Rainbow Soba Salad. It was a special salad of the month, that turned out to be so special, we have decided to keep it full time. It comes with cold soba noodles, fresh crunchy purple cabbage, carrots, edamame, cashews, and microgreens, with a delicious spicy peanut dressing! You can also keep an eye out for our fresh veggie cups. We pair it up with our house-made, lentil cashew hummus, and a tasty dip-style version of our goddess dressing!
Featured Roaster: Sunshine Organic Coffee Roasters https://www.sunshinecoffeeroasters.com/
Sunshine Coffee Roasters is a small-batch, organic coffee company consisting of a wholesale roasting division and two retail Roasters Espresso Bars in West Sonoma County, California.
The espresso bars are located in downtown Forestville and on Highway 116, North of Sebastopol at Andy’s Produce Market. Being a small-batch limited production roasting company enables us to have absolute control over the quality of our coffees as well as service to our customers.
We source and select the finest organic green coffee beans from the world’s most prestigious growing regions for our many custom blends. After blending, they are roasted to perfection using a traditional slow-roasting, “Old World” method that requires close attention to detail, discipline, and patience.
Farley’s East Nonprofit of the Month: TRY Studio
Coffee Happy Hour — July 2 from 8 am – 11 am
TRY Studio connects locals for one-on-one lessons in all things creative. You should do more of the fun stuff, e.g., the things that were electives in school, the hobbies that get dropped when life gets busy. Things like painting, photography, woodworking, and drawing. Whatever it is that sparks excitement in you.
When you’re ready to learn alongside a local expert who is interested in your goals, your project dreams, and can cater to your learning speed we’re here to connect you with a teacher. It’s your creative time; spend it well.
Come find your thing and get learning: trystudio.co
Farley’s East Artist of the Month: Beso Khidesheli
Beso Khidesheli is an illustrator and Multimedia Artist best known for his abstract, colorful, & unique style and universally themed subjects. Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, and later raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Beso’s graphic work is shaped by his upbringing in a home full of creatives—writers and actors alike—and his subsequent immersion within the California’s psychedelic arts scene. Beso’s life has been full of uncertainty, to the point where he has come to appreciate this usually anxiety-inducing feeling in many aspects of his life.
The main subjects in Beso’s work are spatial designs, earth textures, and science fiction-inspired characters. These subjects work together to create a sentiment of uncertainty, and usually each viewer will see something different within the pieces. Evoking new understandings and perceptions; this is truly the driving force behind Beso’s creativity.
Beso Khidesheli’s work can be found in several private collections throughout California, The Phillippines, and in his home country of Georgia. He hosts regular exhibitions in the Bay Area.
Farley’s SF Artist of the Month: Farley’s and Friends Art Show Extended for July!
Featuring a variety of visual and literary art styles from your favorite baristas and members of the greater Farley’s Community!
Farley’s SF Window Boxes: Ridder Alvarez
Ridder was born in Venezuela and his dad loved photography and cultivated into him. When he was six years old, he was traveling already looking at the encyclopedias at home. His biggest dream in life by twelve was to see the world heritage sites.
Photography was inculcated by his dad because he loves posing for him and seeing the end results.
He has traveled to 66 countries and has taken his son to 28 countries.
His hobbies are cooking, teaching, working, hiking, traveling overseas, interpreting, recruiting, scouting, investigating, writing inspirational speeches, writing comedy, writing poetry, giving health advices and taking pictures.
Photography was mastered by contemplating and understanding his mishaps while working on his learning curve and taking 300,000 pictures.
His world street photography was born to bring to people’s eyes and minds the world that crosses his eyes.
He will let his art speaks by itself.
World Street Photography was shaped by his different professions, Civil Engineer, Medical Interpreter, Beer Hauler, Spanish Teacher, Private Investigator, Driver, Recruiter, Inspirational Speaker, Database Designer, Structural Detailer, Contractor, Bus Driver and Comedian.
The decisive moment of his World Street Photography is the result of his lifetime experiences and abilities.
Thursday, July 2: Coffee Happy Hour for TRY Studio, 8 – 11 am
Thursday, July 9: Summer Nook, an on-demand parent care space with open-ended playspace for children, 9 am – Noon
Farley’s East is looking for nonprofits and artists to display in the window boxes and the walls. If you’re interested, please email email@example.com.
Wednesday, July 4 at 8:45/sundown: The Farley’s Safe and Sane Fireworks Show! This annual tradition is a Potrero Hill community event not to be missed!
Wednesday, July 11: Live Music by local Potrero Hill resident Daniel Berkman. Berkman is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and innovator of the kora (a 21-stringed harp/lute from West Africa), 7:30-9:00 pm
Thursday, July 12: Live music by James Everett, an R&B, Jazz and pop singer and performer, 7:30-9:00 pm
Thursday, July 19: Live music by singer-songwriter Kevin Patrick McGee whose poetic (and occasionally amusing) original tunes span genres including alt-country, bluegrass, folk, and rock, 7:30-9:00 pm!
Wednesday, July 25: Potrero Hill Book Club, 7:00-9:00 pm
Thursday, July 26: Live Music by Ben Barnes, fiddle players, singers and songwriters, 7:30-9:00 pm
Friday, July 27: Live Music by Marc Maynon and CD Onofrio, performing folk music, 7:30-9:00 pm