New Hours for Farley’s East and Treat Your Moms!
Please note new hours for Farley’s East: Kitchen: 7 am – 4 pm and Coffeehouse: 7 am – 8 pm. If you’re looking for a hot panini or custom sandwich or salad, please join us before 4 pm, otherwise we have several items available in the cold case at all times. The coffeehouse will remain open until 8 pm daily for beer, wine, espresso, coffee, tea, and pastries.
Show your mother how much you love her by bringing her to Farley’s for a free cup of coffee! Free coffee for all mom’s on Mother’s Day.
Groups welcome… need a space to host your book club, sewing club, nonprofit organization or host a Meet-Up for whatever your interest? Farley’s welcomes you. Please contact us at email@example.com to discuss.
Coffee has been in the news a lot lately; don’t let that scare you in the slightest. Coffee is FULL of numerous health benefits. It is often said that coffee drinkers, actually have more health benefits than non coffee drinkers. Coffee is rich in antioxidants, which helps battle cancers. It is also loaded with anti-inflammatory compounds which helps reduce the symptoms of many chronic diseases. Move over apples, a cup of coffee a day, could really keep the doctor away.
Last month we talked about how exciting Oat Milk is… this week, here is how exciting Oat Milk got!
“For the last couple of months we’ve been in a pretty severe national shortage. Here’s a piece that’s been circulating about it:
https://www.wellandgood.com/good-food/oatly-barista-edition-oatmilk-shortage/. The demand growth we experienced over a short period of time was, quite frankly, to a degree we all thought was impossible. We’ve been doing this for a very long time and can (and are) scaling operations very quickly, so this is a short term issue. But we absolutely got caught and feel terrible about it. We have a new production facility opening this month that will alleviate all these issues.”
–A few words from our vendor friends at Oatly.Crazy right? Bear with us as we too go through some Oatly shortages, but don’t worry. It will be back in no time!
Oakland Featured Roaster:
Andytown! Available as a fresh pour over, or bring a bag home! http://www.andytownsf.com/
Farley’s East Nonprofit of the Month: Feral Change
Friend of the feline? Check out Feral Change! Feral Change is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping the Oakland community control and manage its feral and homeless cat population. Our success helps ensure the health of the community and consistent care of Oakland’s neighborhood cats. We focus on TNR (Trap Neuter Return) to spay and neuter free roaming and feral cats in Oakland. http://www.feralchange.org/
Farley’s East Artist of the Month: Michole’ Micholiano’ Forks
Michole’ Micholiano’ Forks is a San Francisco based photographer specializing in creating timeless portraits and documenting the human condition. My objective is to create a repertoire of photographs to give the prominent generations to come an empowering historical photographic documentation. Michole also has a passion for empowering youth and creating a safe place for today’s youth from multicultural communities where they can be surrounded by a network of support helping them to reach their goals, realize their potential and become future leaders. https://micholiano.myportfolio.com/
Farley’s SF Artist of the Month: Lucia Lamm
Lucia Lamm is an architect and artist from Argentina currently living in San Francisco.
During the day Lucia works at one of the primary landscaping architect firms of San Francisco, where she designs and builds vibrant living walls and plant installations.
Lucia’s passion for plants — especially for succulents, cactus and ferns — and art extends to all aspects of her life. This exhibition represents the confluence of her passions, and displays a delightful combination of color, art and plants.
Friday, May 4: Art opening from 7:00-9:00 pm
Farley’s SF Window Boxes: James Gu
The series is loosely a coming-of-age story. It’s about mundane everyday life and that looming uncertainty of not knowing what lies in the future. It’s about making a friend and having to say goodbye. It’s about sometimes eating alone and that hilariously frustrating family dinner with relatives you can’t even understand. It’s also about how at the end of the day, it’ll be okay.
With these pieces I wanted to blur the line between childish and mature. The series is somewhat autobiographical and serves as a journal of sorts. I’ve always been attracted to slice-of-life type stories. I remember reading The Catcher in the Rye as a teenager, and the protagonist, Holden Caulfield, would always mention any time he’d smoke a few cigarettes. I’m still not sure why, but this trivial detail made the story for me.
James is a local artist living and working in the Bay Area.
Friday, May 4: Art Opening for local artist Michole’ Micholiano’
Thursday, May 10: Nonprofit Happy Hour benefiting Feral Change from 5-9 pm
Farley’s East is looking for nonprofits to display in the window boxes in 2018. If you’re interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, May 3: 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
Friday, May 4: Art opening for local artist Lucia Lamm, 7:00-9:00 pm
Wednesday, May 9: 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, May 10: Live music by James Everett, an R&B, Jazz and pop singer and performer, 7:30-9:00 pm
Wednesday, May 16: Live Music by the ever-popular Soul Delights. Join us for a lively performance, 7:30-9:00 pm
Wednesday, May 30: Potrero Hill Book Club reading Manhattan Beach by Jennifer Egan, 7:00-9:00 pm