The Hall SF | 1028 Market Street

Harnessing the power of food to build community

The Hall is a temporary food+drink venue in the Mid Market neighborhood of San Francisco featuring 6 independent local food vendors, centralized seating, and a great bar scene!  

We are harnessing the power of food to build culture and community in the heart of of this eclectic city.  We offer a wide variety of delicious, approachable food including morning coffee and pastries, hearty savory items from $5-15 and a great selection of local beer and wine for happy hour or a gathering of friends. 

We look forward to meeting you!

UPCOMING EVENTS

past events

The Hall hosted its 4th Jobs Fair, this one focused on Job Readiness and training. We partnered with the Tenderloin Police Department, Hospitality House, and Larkin Street Youth to offer a suite of services for job seekers.

The Hall hosted its 4th Jobs Fair, this one focused on Job Readiness and training. We partnered with the Tenderloin Police Department, Hospitality House, and Larkin Street Youth to offer a suite of services for job seekers.

CivicMakers and 270 Strategies are partnering to host this Civic Mixer to allow for their clients, friends and partners to mix and mingle around all things civic tech/civic innovation. RSVP HERE.

CivicMakers and 270 Strategies are partnering to host this Civic Mixer to allow for their clients, friends and partners to mix and mingle around all things civic tech/civic innovation. RSVP HERE.

Community Housing Partnership held their 3rd annual beer tasting benefit to support the great work they do. 

Community Housing Partnership held their 3rd annual beer tasting benefit to support the great work they do. 

Give back in 2017 and you can't help but get something in return! Come talk with representatives from various local nonprofits – Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC), Healing Waters Wilderness Adventures, and more. Learn leadership skills, become a rafting or kayak guide, a supporting “professional paddler,” a camp cook or host, and connect with an active community, while helping underserved participants experience the benefits of being out in nature.

Give back in 2017 and you can't help but get something in return! Come talk with representatives from various local nonprofits – Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC), Healing Waters Wilderness Adventures, and more. Learn leadership skills, become a rafting or kayak guide, a supporting “professional paddler,” a camp cook or host, and connect with an active community, while helping underserved participants experience the benefits of being out in nature.

The Hall will be hosting ECS and the CHEFS program for it's 4th happy hour fundraiser to support the great work they do to provide training in food service for individuals experiencing homelessness. Their graduates go on to work in fine dining establishments throughout San Francisco. 

The Hall will be hosting ECS and the CHEFS program for it's 4th happy hour fundraiser to support the great work they do to provide training in food service for individuals experiencing homelessness. Their graduates go on to work in fine dining establishments throughout San Francisco. 

The Hall hosted Swords to Plowshares for a happy hour fundraiser to raise awareness about the incredible work they do to support veterans.

The Hall hosted Swords to Plowshares for a happy hour fundraiser to raise awareness about the incredible work they do to support veterans.

SF Housing Action Coalition brought its group of housing advocates to the Hall to discuss the state of SF's housing market, temporary activations, and more. 

SF Housing Action Coalition brought its group of housing advocates to the Hall to discuss the state of SF's housing market, temporary activations, and more. 

Tidewater hosted its monthly project update breakfast to inform the community about the 1028 Market Street development project that is planned to take the place of the Hall, which has always been planned as a temporary use of space. 

Tidewater hosted its monthly project update breakfast to inform the community about the 1028 Market Street development project that is planned to take the place of the Hall, which has always been planned as a temporary use of space. 

The Hall hosted HandUP and Mayor Ed Lee for a press conference announcing HandUP's innovative solution to helping our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness: Gift Cards that simultaneously give individuals access to resources while helping them get access to services. 

The Hall hosted HandUP and Mayor Ed Lee for a press conference announcing HandUP's innovative solution to helping our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness: Gift Cards that simultaneously give individuals access to resources while helping them get access to services. 

The Hall is hosting a holiday open house for Epicenter, a local website that serves to connect the community with events, opportunities, and each other. The founders of the Tender Souls photography and story project will present and will lead the group through an activity.

The Hall is hosting a holiday open house for Epicenter, a local website that serves to connect the community with events, opportunities, and each other. The founders of the Tender Souls photography and story project will present and will lead the group through an activity.

The Tenderloin Economic Development Project will host a retail pop-up fair for the holidays. Shop local!

The Tenderloin Economic Development Project will host a retail pop-up fair for the holidays. Shop local!

The Hall, in partnership with the SFPD, hosted a jobs fair for youth in the Tenderloin. Approximately 80 youth attended, and four were hired on the spot. 

The Hall, in partnership with the SFPD, hosted a jobs fair for youth in the Tenderloin. Approximately 80 youth attended, and four were hired on the spot. 

The Hall hosted a happy hour fundraiser for TNDC, donating a portion of bar sales to this great organization.

The Hall hosted a happy hour fundraiser for TNDC, donating a portion of bar sales to this great organization.

CHEFS sampled delicious desserts at our third fundraiser for this program, which teaches culinary skills to homeless and formerly homeless individuals. 

CHEFS sampled delicious desserts at our third fundraiser for this program, which teaches culinary skills to homeless and formerly homeless individuals. 

The Hall hosted a happy hour fundraiser for Hamilton Family Center, one of four family shelters in San Francisco. 

The Hall hosted a happy hour fundraiser for Hamilton Family Center, one of four family shelters in San Francisco. 

The Hall hosted staff and teachers from DeMarillac Academy for their back to school welcome. The Hall donated a percent of bar sales to the school.

The Hall hosted staff and teachers from DeMarillac Academy for their back to school welcome. The Hall donated a percent of bar sales to the school.

The Hall hosted a fundraiser happy hour for Healing Waters, a local nonprofit that provides outdoor adventure to people living with HIV and AIDS.

The Hall hosted a fundraiser happy hour for Healing Waters, a local nonprofit that provides outdoor adventure to people living with HIV and AIDS.

Hall hosted jobs fair in partnership with SFPD (Tenderloin Station) and OEWD. Over 150 people attended seeking jobs.

Hall hosted jobs fair in partnership with SFPD (Tenderloin Station) and OEWD. Over 150 people attended seeking jobs.

The developers of the Hall are commissioning new public art for the future of 1028 Market Street, and want your opinion! Come to the Hall on the 23rd for a preview of the pieces and to make your opinion heard. 

The developers of the Hall are commissioning new public art for the future of 1028 Market Street, and want your opinion! Come to the Hall on the 23rd for a preview of the pieces and to make your opinion heard. 

Concrn is a compassionate alternative to 911 in the Tenderloin preventing arrests, hospitalizations, and other tragic outcomes resulting from unnecessary law enforcement intervention. Concrn's crowdfunding launch party at the Hall was spiced by Latin music from Pasto Seco Band who volunteered their time and helped raise $1000.

Concrn is a compassionate alternative to 911 in the Tenderloin preventing arrests, hospitalizations, and other tragic outcomes resulting from unnecessary law enforcement intervention. Concrn's crowdfunding launch party at the Hall was spiced by Latin music from Pasto Seco Band who volunteered their time and helped raise $1000.

We hosted 6 local artists for a night of original art, music, and fun! Proceeds from art sales went directly to the artists, and a portion of sales from the bar went to support City Crossroads, an afterschool program for local youth. 

We hosted 6 local artists for a night of original art, music, and fun! Proceeds from art sales went directly to the artists, and a portion of sales from the bar went to support City Crossroads, an afterschool program for local youth. 

Code Tenderloin is placing Tenderloin residents in jobs faster than we can count. They have an indiegogo campaign running to help support their efforts and we hosted their launch party.

Code Tenderloin is placing Tenderloin residents in jobs faster than we can count. They have an indiegogo campaign running to help support their efforts and we hosted their launch party.

The CHEFS program teaches culinary skills to homeless and formerly homeless individuals, providing career and growth opportunities. We hosted them for a happy hour fundraiser complete with freshly baked goodies from the students.

The CHEFS program teaches culinary skills to homeless and formerly homeless individuals, providing career and growth opportunities. We hosted them for a happy hour fundraiser complete with freshly baked goodies from the students.

Vietnamese Youth Development Center hosted their spring fundraiser at the Hall, bringing together community for a celebration of the good work they do.

Vietnamese Youth Development Center hosted their spring fundraiser at the Hall, bringing together community for a celebration of the good work they do.

We host monthly project updates to keep people informed of the progress of the  1028 Market Street development. We also host a community conversation each month; this month's featured a forum on the state of planning and development in San Francisco. 

We host monthly project updates to keep people informed of the progress of the  1028 Market Street development. We also host a community conversation each month; this month's featured a forum on the state of planning and development in San Francisco. 

We welcomed Urban Solutions and the small businesses they support into the Hall for a Mother's Day gift market pop-up. We hosted four small businesses who were able to sell their goods to our customers. 

We welcomed Urban Solutions and the small businesses they support into the Hall for a Mother's Day gift market pop-up. We hosted four small businesses who were able to sell their goods to our customers. 

Larkin Street Youth Force is a program that employs homeless or formerly homeless youth to clean the neighborhood. These youth work incredibly hard at an often thankless task. We were happy to host them for lunch to thank them for their hard work. 

Larkin Street Youth Force is a program that employs homeless or formerly homeless youth to clean the neighborhood. These youth work incredibly hard at an often thankless task. We were happy to host them for lunch to thank them for their hard work. 

The Hall participated in this annual giving event, where participating restaurants donate sales to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

The Hall participated in this annual giving event, where participating restaurants donate sales to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

The Arc of San Francisco is non-profit service and advocacy organization for adults with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The Arc of San Francisco is non-profit service and advocacy organization for adults with autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities.

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides services for 3,600+ low-income residents in 6 San Francisco neighborhoods, building community and promoting equitable access to opportunity and resources. Join us in supporting their cause!

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides services for 3,600+ low-income residents in 6 San Francisco neighborhoods, building community and promoting equitable access to opportunity and resources. Join us in supporting their cause!

We're so excited that the Market Street Prototyping Festival is BACK! We'll be hosting them for a happy hour and open call for projects. If you're interested in applying, come check this out!

We're so excited that the Market Street Prototyping Festival is BACK! We'll be hosting them for a happy hour and open call for projects. If you're interested in applying, come check this out!

Youth Art Exchange is back for another fundraiser and fun night of creativity. Join the youth in exploring art, and drink for a good cause!

Youth Art Exchange is back for another fundraiser and fun night of creativity. Join the youth in exploring art, and drink for a good cause!

Community Housing Partnership works to house homeless individuals in San Francisco. Join us for a beer tasting with Fort Point Beer Company that will benefit Community Housing Partnership.

Community Housing Partnership works to house homeless individuals in San Francisco. Join us for a beer tasting with Fort Point Beer Company that will benefit Community Housing Partnership.

Join Urban Solutions and the small businesses they support in a pop up retail mart at the Hall! Find something sweet for your sweetie, or treat yo'self!

Join Urban Solutions and the small businesses they support in a pop up retail mart at the Hall! Find something sweet for your sweetie, or treat yo'self!

Join us for a fundraiser and membership drive for Habitat for Humanity of SF. This great organization's mission is to strengthen communities, restore homes, revitalize local neighborhoods and invest in our neighbor’s quest to become a homeowner.

Join us for a fundraiser and membership drive for Habitat for Humanity of SF. This great organization's mission is to strengthen communities, restore homes, revitalize local neighborhoods and invest in our neighbor’s quest to become a homeowner.

This month's project update and community breakfast focused on public art, and brought together community members to discuss what they'd like to see represented in a public art piece. 

This month's project update and community breakfast focused on public art, and brought together community members to discuss what they'd like to see represented in a public art piece. 

We welcomed in the Tenderloin community for a free holiday dinner, complete with Santa and Mrs. Clause and a gift giveaway courtesy of GLIDE Memorial Church.

We welcomed in the Tenderloin community for a free holiday dinner, complete with Santa and Mrs. Clause and a gift giveaway courtesy of GLIDE Memorial Church.

Tenderloin Economic Development Corporation's mission is equitable development for the Tenderloin community. They support small businesses in the neighborhood and brought in some of their businesses for this benefit.

Tenderloin Economic Development Corporation's mission is equitable development for the Tenderloin community. They support small businesses in the neighborhood and brought in some of their businesses for this benefit.

Best Buddies® is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

Best Buddies® is a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

Youth Art Exchange sparks a shared creative practice between professional artists and public high school students, furthering youth as leaders, thinkers, and artists in San Francisco. To accomplish this, Youth Art Exchange offers citywide arts, high quality education programming, field trips, events, and more.

Youth Art Exchange sparks a shared creative practice between professional artists and public high school students, furthering youth as leaders, thinkers, and artists in San Francisco. To accomplish this, Youth Art Exchange offers citywide arts, high quality education programming, field trips, events, and more.

Girls on the Run empowers young girls with physical strength and mentorship. We welcome their mentors and volunteer runners to the Hall for a fundraiser for their 5K fun run.

Girls on the Run empowers young girls with physical strength and mentorship. We welcome their mentors and volunteer runners to the Hall for a fundraiser for their 5K fun run.

San Francisco City Football Club is a non-profit, supporter owned club competing at the 4th tier of the US Soccer Federation pyramid. We welcomed them in for a night of raffles, soccer and fun!

San Francisco City Football Club is a non-profit, supporter owned club competing at the 4th tier of the US Soccer Federation pyramid. We welcomed them in for a night of raffles, soccer and fun!

Larkin St. works with homeless youth in San Francisco to provide necessary services and shelter. We hosted them for a happy hour fundraiser to support their cause!

Larkin St. works with homeless youth in San Francisco to provide necessary services and shelter. We hosted them for a happy hour fundraiser to support their cause!

CounterPULSE is one of the premier venues for contemporary performance, and they just renovated a new location around the corner from the Hall. We hosted a happy hour for them as they led tours of the new location. Get ready for its grand opening in Spring 2016!

CounterPULSE is one of the premier venues for contemporary performance, and they just renovated a new location around the corner from the Hall. We hosted a happy hour for them as they led tours of the new location. Get ready for its grand opening in Spring 2016!

Light Up Central Market is the city's 2nd Living Innovation Zone, brought to you by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, SF Planning, and the Luggage Store Gallery. Come explore this new art installation, and see how interactive art changes the block!

Light Up Central Market is the city's 2nd Living Innovation Zone, brought to you by the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, SF Planning, and the Luggage Store Gallery. Come explore this new art installation, and see how interactive art changes the block!

Join us for a benefit for the AIDS Lifecycle Team, which will support the SF AIDS Foundation. 15% of bar sales go to support this great organization. 

Join us for a benefit for the AIDS Lifecycle Team, which will support the SF AIDS Foundation. 15% of bar sales go to support this great organization. 

Young Urban Modern Chefs (Y.U.M. Chefs) is a cooking program in San Francisco dedicated to teaching children and adults how to prepare and choose healthy foods through hands on cooking classes. learn about their progRAM, AND SAMPLE TREATS MADE BY THEIR YOUNG CHEFS!

Young Urban Modern Chefs (Y.U.M. Chefs) is a cooking program in San Francisco dedicated to teaching children and adults how to prepare and choose healthy foods through hands on cooking classes. learn about their progRAM, AND SAMPLE TREATS MADE BY THEIR YOUNG CHEFS!

United playas and city crossroads work with local youth from the tenderloin and soma areas to provide safe afterschool programming and violence prevention programs. we're honored to have them here sharing their mission!

United playas and city crossroads work with local youth from the tenderloin and soma areas to provide safe afterschool programming and violence prevention programs. we're honored to have them here sharing their mission!

We're honored to be hosting two amazing organizations for a day of service, civic engagement, and building new connections. Handup is a platform to donate directly to neighbors in need. Civicmakers gathers creative, passionate citizens of all stripes to explore opportunities and solutions for the thoughtful infusion of democracy and technology in our communities, workplaces and institutions. Join handup for a day of outreach to the homeless community, then come for a happy hour.

We're honored to be hosting two amazing organizations for a day of service, civic engagement, and building new connections. Handup is a platform to donate directly to neighbors in need. Civicmakers gathers creative, passionate citizens of all stripes to explore opportunities and solutions for the thoughtful infusion of democracy and technology in our communities, workplaces and institutions. Join handup for a day of outreach to the homeless community, then come for a happy hour.

CHEFS is a 6-month program that includes classroom instruction; hands-on kitchen training in institutional and restaurant settings; job counseling; and placement with coaching and follow-up. We are hosting the CHEFS for a happy hour fundraiser as part of our Mid-Market Connection. Their chefs will be on hand to sell their delicious desserts!

CHEFS is a 6-month program that includes classroom instruction; hands-on kitchen training in institutional and restaurant settings; job counseling; and placement with coaching and follow-up. We are hosting the CHEFS for a happy hour fundraiser as part of our Mid-Market Connection. Their chefs will be on hand to sell their delicious desserts!

Join us for a "friends and family" screening of New Generation Queens, an award-winning documentary about women's soccer in Zanzibar, directed and produced by SF soccer player, Meg Shutzer. Donations from ticket sales will support Coaches Across Continents, an organization working in Zanzibar to improve gender rights through soccer.

Join us for a "friends and family" screening of New Generation Queens, an award-winning documentary about women's soccer in Zanzibar, directed and produced by SF soccer player, Meg Shutzer. Donations from ticket sales will support Coaches Across Continents, an organization working in Zanzibar to improve gender rights through soccer.

De Marillac Academy provides a life-changing, accessible Catholic educational experience for the underserved children, youth and families of the Tenderloin and surrounding communities. As part of our Mid-Market Connection, we hosted DeMarillac for an evening of community building and learning about their mission.

De Marillac Academy provides a life-changing, accessible Catholic educational experience for the underserved children, youth and families of the Tenderloin and surrounding communities. As part of our Mid-Market Connection, we hosted DeMarillac for an evening of community building and learning about their mission.

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services to low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco , to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources. As part of our Mid-Market Connection, we hosted TNDC for a fundraiser in July, where they were able to spread the word about the good work they are doing.

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) provides affordable housing and services to low-income people in the Tenderloin and throughout San Francisco , to promote equitable access to opportunity and resources. As part of our Mid-Market Connection, we hosted TNDC for a fundraiser in July, where they were able to spread the word about the good work they are doing.

For the past year, Hospitality House worked in collaboration with community partners DISH and CHP to bring fine art workshops to SRO residents living in the Tenderloin. "Single Room Occupancy" is an exhibit showcasing the work created by residents who participated in these mobile art workshops. The art will be on display until July 31.

For the past year, Hospitality House worked in collaboration with community partners DISH and CHP to bring fine art workshops to SRO residents living in the Tenderloin. "Single Room Occupancy" is an exhibit showcasing the work created by residents who participated in these mobile art workshops. The art will be on display until July 31.

We welcomed back CivicMakers to the Hall for a civic-minded happy hour with friends from the International Association for Public Participation and a professional association of local government professionals. CivicMakers supports the civic technology sector with resources, connections, advocacy and vision, while providing the space for technologists, elected officials, agency staff and citizens of all stripes to come together to co-create a living democracy on planet earth. 

We welcomed back CivicMakers to the Hall for a civic-minded happy hour with friends from the International Association for Public Participation and a professional association of local government professionals. CivicMakers supports the civic technology sector with resources, connections, advocacy and vision, while providing the space for technologists, elected officials, agency staff and citizens of all stripes to come together to co-create a living democracy on planet earth. 

We were honored to welcome back the Hamilton Family Center Youth Program, where kids of all ages enjoyed meals, played games, and got a chance to spend time with each other in a new environment. We support the mission of the Hamilton Family Center and wanted to offer our space as a fun outing location. 

We were honored to welcome back the Hamilton Family Center Youth Program, where kids of all ages enjoyed meals, played games, and got a chance to spend time with each other in a new environment. We support the mission of the Hamilton Family Center and wanted to offer our space as a fun outing location. 

The Hall proudly supports Pride, and we hosted a Pride party for parade-goers. 

The Hall proudly supports Pride, and we hosted a Pride party for parade-goers. 

City Crossroads provides creative, safe, fun afterschool progamming to youth in the Tenderloin. We welcomed them into the Hall for a fundraiser as part of our Mid-Market Connects fundraiser series.

City Crossroads provides creative, safe, fun afterschool progamming to youth in the Tenderloin. We welcomed them into the Hall for a fundraiser as part of our Mid-Market Connects fundraiser series.

We were proud to host the Hamilton Family Center - one of four family shelters in San Francisco - for a fundraiser and to hear about the life-changing work they are doing to stabilize families and support them through hard times.

We were proud to host the Hamilton Family Center - one of four family shelters in San Francisco - for a fundraiser and to hear about the life-changing work they are doing to stabilize families and support them through hard times.

DISH provides supportive housing and other services to our neighbors in need. We were happy to welcome them into the Hall for a fundraiser as part of our non-profit series, Mid-Market Connects.

DISH provides supportive housing and other services to our neighbors in need. We were happy to welcome them into the Hall for a fundraiser as part of our non-profit series, Mid-Market Connects.

The Hall participated in the AIDS Foundation's annual Dining Out For Life, donating a percentage of profits to the Foundation and its efforts to end AIDS. 

The Hall participated in the AIDS Foundation's annual Dining Out For Life, donating a percentage of profits to the Foundation and its efforts to end AIDS. 

We were proud to be a hub and supporter of the Market Street Prototyping Festival, a 3 day event that turned Market Street into a living museum. The projects on our block included performance, learning, and interaction. 

We were proud to be a hub and supporter of the Market Street Prototyping Festival, a 3 day event that turned Market Street into a living museum. The projects on our block included performance, learning, and interaction. 

Students from SF City Impact students completed a Venture: Entrepreneurship program through Everfi. The program features a simulated food truck business, so students came to the Hall to learn about vendors' stories and ask questions regarding starting up a food business over lunch.

Students from SF City Impact students completed a Venture: Entrepreneurship program through Everfi. The program features a simulated food truck business, so students came to the Hall to learn about vendors' stories and ask questions regarding starting up a food business over lunch.

At the Hall, we are proud to support our local community. And we've found one of the best ways to do that is to bring together and introduce people from different parts of the neighborhood!  We're proud to support Glide Memorial, Curry Senior Center,Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing (DISH), the Crossroads, andHamilton Family Center. If you are interested being part of our non-profit fundraiser series, please contact ilana@thehallsf.com.

At the Hall, we are proud to support our local community. And we've found one of the best ways to do that is to bring together and introduce people from different parts of the neighborhood! 

We're proud to support Glide Memorial, Curry Senior Center,Delivering Innovation in Supportive Housing (DISH), the Crossroads, andHamilton Family Center.

If you are interested being part of our non-profit fundraiser series, please contact ilana@thehallsf.com.

“Sustainable seafood,” and all the loaded term implies, is an important local and global issue, and whether you realize it or not, we all play an important role.  Maggie Ostdahl, Sustainable Initiatives Manager for Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco, leads the SF Bay Area Sustainable Seafood Alliance, a group working collaboratively to promote and enhance the sustainable seafood movement in the Bay Area while providing regional support for the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. She has over a decade of experience as a marine conservation professional, focusing on outreach and communication of ocean and fisheries science and policy to diverse audiences. Maggie is looking forward to nerding out with us about all things fishy (and shellfishy), including an abundance of sustainable seafood options you may not know about – yet. 

“Sustainable seafood,” and all the loaded term implies, is an important local and global issue, and whether you realize it or not, we all play an important role. 

Maggie Ostdahl, Sustainable Initiatives Manager for Aquarium of the Bay in San Francisco, leads the SF Bay Area Sustainable Seafood Alliance, a group working collaboratively to promote and enhance the sustainable seafood movement in the Bay Area while providing regional support for the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program. She has over a decade of experience as a marine conservation professional, focusing on outreach and communication of ocean and fisheries science and policy to diverse audiences.

Maggie is looking forward to nerding out with us about all things fishy (and shellfishy), including an abundance of sustainable seafood options you may not know about – yet. 

Free live music every Tuesday from 5:30-7:30pm. We are thrilled to host the incredible Jazz Mafia the first and third Tuesday of every month. We have other amazing local musicians rotate through, so check the calendar for an updated listing of upcoming shows.

Free live music every Tuesday from 5:30-7:30pm. We are thrilled to host the incredible Jazz Mafia the first and third Tuesday of every month. We have other amazing local musicians rotate through, so check the calendar for an updated listing of upcoming shows.

Theater Pub is coming back! Emerge from stasis to travel through the vast expanse, seeking music, violence, and romance in the outer limits of the cosmos in H/D: A Symphonic Romance in Space. This Theater Pub transmission explores instinct, evolution, and technology through a reading of original monologues and adapted text from 2001: A Space Odyssey, set to a live soundtrack. 

Theater Pub is coming back! Emerge from stasis to travel through the vast expanse, seeking music, violence, and romance in the outer limits of the cosmos in H/D: A Symphonic Romance in Space. This Theater Pub transmission explores instinct, evolution, and technology through a reading of original monologues and adapted text from 2001: A Space Odyssey, set to a live soundtrack. 

Join us at  for a night in support of Bay Leaf Kitchen. The Hall and WeWork Golden Gate will be partnering with Bay Leaf Kitchen on Thursday, February 5th, from 5-8 p.m. to bring people together for an evening of local food and drink in support of a good cause. The mission of Bay Leaf Kitchen is to teach children and families how to create, cook and share sustainable, healthy food and to foster a connection between our community and our farmers.  Stop by to chat with Amy, Elianna and Rachel, nosh on some amazing food from The Hall’s varied food vendors, and grab a drink! A percentage of the money from drinks purchased will go directly to Bay Leaf Kitchen, so the more you eat and drink the more programming we can provide for Bay Area kids who want to learn about cooking and agriculture!  This is the first in our new program, Mid-Market Connects, where we bring together local non-profits with local companies to drink for a cause, and foster cross-sector partnerships.

Join us at  for a night in support of Bay Leaf Kitchen. The Hall and WeWork Golden Gate will be partnering with Bay Leaf Kitchen on Thursday, February 5th, from 5-8 p.m. to bring people together for an evening of local food and drink in support of a good cause. The mission of Bay Leaf Kitchen is to teach children and families how to create, cook and share sustainable, healthy food and to foster a connection between our community and our farmers. 

Stop by to chat with Amy, Elianna and Rachel, nosh on some amazing food from The Hall’s varied food vendors, and grab a drink! A percentage of the money from drinks purchased will go directly to Bay Leaf Kitchen, so the more you eat and drink the more programming we can provide for Bay Area kids who want to learn about cooking and agriculture! 

This is the first in our new program, Mid-Market Connects, where we bring together local non-profits with local companies to drink for a cause, and foster cross-sector partnerships.

The San Francisco Theater Pub produces re-imagined classics and scripted original works, as well as creative and social events, in a casual bar environment or other non-traditional venue, emphasizing collaboration and connection between new and established theater artists and audiences. We were thrilled to welcome in SF Theater Pub for their first performance in over a year!    

The San Francisco Theater Pub produces re-imagined classics and scripted original works, as well as creative and social events, in a casual bar environment or other non-traditional venue, emphasizing collaboration and connection between new and established theater artists and audiences. We were thrilled to welcome in SF Theater Pub for their first performance in over a year!

 

 

Students from the Minerva Project volunteered serving breakfast at neighboring Glide Memorial Church with Hall staff, and then came to the Hall for an engaging conversation on development, homelessness, movements and revolution. The students learned about the history of the Tenderloin, and explored issues related to social change.

Students from the Minerva Project volunteered serving breakfast at neighboring Glide Memorial Church with Hall staff, and then came to the Hall for an engaging conversation on development, homelessness, movements and revolution. The students learned about the history of the Tenderloin, and explored issues related to social change.

We welcomed in 5 local artists and retailers to sell their goods at a holiday fair. We were excited to be joined by San Francycle, RS94109, the loin, Hospitality House Community Arts Program, Root Division, Suru Clothing, and Sugabus Media.Root Divisionision.org  (415)863-7668

We welcomed in 5 local artists and retailers to sell their goods at a holiday fair. We were excited to be joined by San Francycle, RS94109, the loin, Hospitality House Community Arts Program, Root Division, Suru Clothing, and Sugabus Media.Root Divisionision.org  (415)863-7668

We were honored to host the finale for a successful fundraising campaign for the Homeless GoPro project, a project of Nearshot. Nearshot helps homeless people redefine themselves and connect with their loved ones and local communities using smartphones and social media. At this finale fundraising event, attendees heard from homeless individuals who are the stars of short GoPro videos.        Photo courtesy of HomelessPOV

We were honored to host the finale for a successful fundraising campaign for the Homeless GoPro project, a project of Nearshot. Nearshot helps homeless people redefine themselves and connect with their loved ones and local communities using smartphones and social media. At this finale fundraising event, attendees heard from homeless individuals who are the stars of short GoPro videos. 

 

 

 

Photo courtesy of HomelessPOV

We welcomed Kevin Bayuk, founder of the Urban Permaculture Institute, for a morning of reawakening hope for the future of the environment. We discussed practical ways to use permaculture design in our lives to grow healthy food, harvest and clean our own water, build our own homes, reduce our carbon footprints while building lasting, quality, community relationships.   

We welcomed Kevin Bayuk, founder of the Urban Permaculture Institute, for a morning of reawakening hope for the future of the environment. We discussed practical ways to use permaculture design in our lives to grow healthy food, harvest and clean our own water, build our own homes, reduce our carbon footprints while building lasting, quality, community relationships. 

 

The Hall was proud to host an organization dedicated to the rescue, restoration and enablement of children caught in the crossfires of the rebel atrocities in Uganda and South Sudan. Angels of East Africa held a night of art and entertainment at the Hall, with all proceeds going directly to the organization. The featured speaker of the night was Sam Childers, Founder Angels of East Africa. Childers founded the non-profit aid organization in 1998 and has since devoted his life to providing a better life for the orphaned children of war. 

The Hall was proud to host an organization dedicated to the rescue, restoration and enablement of children caught in the crossfires of the rebel atrocities in Uganda and South Sudan. Angels of East Africa held a night of art and entertainment at the Hall, with all proceeds going directly to the organization.

The featured speaker of the night was Sam Childers, Founder Angels of East Africa. Childers founded the non-profit aid organization in 1998 and has since devoted his life to providing a better life for the orphaned children of war. 

During Fall 2014, the Hall offered donation-based yoga classes to the community, taught by Julie Beckerman. Julie's style is to help guide students to their authentic center of vitality by encouraging them to find their edge and see what is on the other side. Her playful non-stop vinyasa classes were a fun way to stay warm on chilly Monday nights. 

During Fall 2014, the Hall offered donation-based yoga classes to the community, taught by Julie Beckerman. Julie's style is to help guide students to their authentic center of vitality by encouraging them to find their edge and see what is on the other side. Her playful non-stop vinyasa classes were a fun way to stay warm on chilly Monday nights. 

Local artist Hunter Franks chose the Hall as a site for an installation of his renowned Neighborhood Postcard Project. He set up a mailbox and postcards (pictured below) and invited anyone to write a story. Franks then collected the postcards and will be mailing them to residents throughout the city. His goal is to change the conversation and perception of Central Market through personal positive stories. We were excited to be able to read the postcards and stories too!

Local artist Hunter Franks chose the Hall as a site for an installation of his renowned Neighborhood Postcard Project. He set up a mailbox and postcards (pictured below) and invited anyone to write a story. Franks then collected the postcards and will be mailing them to residents throughout the city. His goal is to change the conversation and perception of Central Market through personal positive stories. We were excited to be able to read the postcards and stories too!

The Hall, in partnership with Silicon Valley Bank and Zendesk, welcomed 15 lively youth from the afterschool program City Crossroads, located on 6th street, two blocks from the Hall. With generous sponsorship from Silicon Valley Bank, the youth were able to enjoy complimentary meals and meet our vendors, then enjoyed card and board games with volunteers from Zendesk and the Hall employees.

The Hall, in partnership with Silicon Valley Bank and Zendesk, welcomed 15 lively youth from the afterschool program City Crossroads, located on 6th street, two blocks from the Hall. With generous sponsorship from Silicon Valley Bank, the youth were able to enjoy complimentary meals and meet our vendors, then enjoyed card and board games with volunteers from Zendesk and the Hall employees.

CivicMakers and Neighborland held a "public input party" at the Hall where residents were invited to learn about how city officials and developers are sponsoring a broad public dialogue to inform the future development of the mid-Market corridor. Over 60 attendees suggested ideas for improvement on the iconic Neighborland board.    

CivicMakers and Neighborland held a "public input party" at the Hall where residents were invited to learn about how city officials and developers are sponsoring a broad public dialogue to inform the future development of the mid-Market corridor. Over 60 attendees suggested ideas for improvement on the iconic Neighborland board.