Welcome to the Neighborhood!
Recently named San Francisco's "Artsiest Neighborhood" by NY Magazine, the Dogpatch district is a mixed industrial and residential patch of city between Portrero Hill and the Bay where you'll also find our Small Works fair.
Nearby 22nd Street and the 3rd St corridor boasts a cluster of amazing artisan manufacturers, wine bars, brew pubs and fantastic restaurants. We put together a sampling of our favorite Dogpatch spots to complement your stARTup Small Works visit. Take a look, grab your Small Works tickets, and get ready for a San Francisco weekend you won't forget!
Opened by the fabulous duo of Patti Quill and Patti Davidson, Industrious Life is a craft & design based shop with a fantastic aesthetic. They feature new & vintage ceramics, glass, jewelry, letterpress prints & furniture from smaller west coast based makers & designers.
This brewery serves its own craft beers plus snacks & food truck fare in lofty, polished warehouse digs. Tacos and dumplings, good beer and good company in a beautiful space. What more can you want?
A cocktail and jerky bar tucked away on a quiet street in Dogpatch. This bar is the result of the collaboration between Chef Phil West and barkeep Jeff Lyon, two life-long restaurant guys who worked together at West’s restaurant, Range.
They’ve been making hand-crafted chocolate in San Francisco for the last 20 years. Each year, they partner with Creativity Explored, which offers studio space for artists with developmental disabilities to make art to put on their chocolates. There’s also a location in the Ferry building on the Embarcadero.
This is a teeny-tiny shop directly next door to Piccino’s feels like entering a private room in someone’s house. Hugomento sells a collection of both vintage and contemporary porcelain and ceramic pieces. You’ll find other wonderful hand-made collages, paintings, and home goods lining the shelves.
Just for You Cafe
Celebrating 28 years in business, it's still one of the best breakfast and brunch spots in the City, with Huevos Rancheros to die for and beignets that float off the plate!
Museum of Craft and Design
San Francisco’s only museum devoted exclusively to modern and contemporary craft and design. Located in a simple space, their ongoing exhibitions educate and inspire.
Started by long time Bay Area art supporter and visionary, Ann Hatch, the Workshop Residence engages the worlds of craft, art, and design. They collaborate with artists and designers, supporting materials exploration, design, and fabrication. Together, they partner with local manufacturers to create functional objects for everyday living. They work with emerging and established artists and designers from all over the world, inviting collaborators to share about their projects through workshops, talks, and events.