Open Late on Larkin: May – the loin

Open Late on Larkin: May

By May 6, 2015 No Comments

Open Late on Larkin is a monthly party on Larkin Street in SF’s Tenderloin neighborhood. This Thursday from 6-10pm, come check out who’s staying open late and what we’re offering:

Gauntlet Gallery at 1040 Larkin St. is currently exhibiting two shows. Triumvirate is a curated group show of ten artists, each exhibiting three sets of work. Speculative is a solo show by Portland photographer Mako Miyamoto, whose work in this series focuses on Wookie-themed pop culture.

The Loin at 914 Larkin St. is exhibiting a series of work titled Serial Killer Ketamine Orgy, showcasing work by artists John Vochatzer and Galen Rivers, who created it while working the late-night shift in the box office of a strip club.

New ice cream joint ShakeDown at 835 Geary St. (just off Larkin) will be hosting an “ice cream party,” featuring their organic ice cream, sorbet, shakes and smoothies.

Fleet Wood at 839 Larkin St., the joint venture of Studio Nico and Motley Goods, will be offering 10 percent off store-wide, along with live screen printing.

Further down the street, Strand Barber & Beauty at 704 Larkin will be offering 15 percent off any appointments booked on Thursday. The salon will also be hosting Wax Wipes, who will be doing a demo and DJing.

Next door at 702 Larkin St. San Francycle will be hosting an electric bike demo with A2B electric bikes, and selling its trendy and bike-friendly tees.

Around the corner at 750 Ellis St. Rusty’s Southern, the Tenderloin’s latest hotspot for fried chicken and grits, will be offering a free PBR with appetizers if customers mention Open Late.

Vacation, Larkin’s resident vintage shop at 651 Larkin, will have a special $10 rack.

Soul Groove at 422 Larkin St. will be serving up micheladas and tacos, made using “tortaffles” (a tortilla waffle hybrid).

Finally, the after party for Open Late on Larkin will be held at Emperor Norton’s Boozeland at 510 Larkin St., with drink specials starting at 10pm.

More about Open Late on Larkin here from our friends at Hoodline: