1599 Tennessee Street

Dogpatch District, San Francisco

Dogpatch is a vibrant, growing neighborhood nestled between Potrero Hill and the Bay. Formerly a shipbuilding hub dating back to the 1800s, this dockside area retains an industrial vibe with large warehouses, many of which have been updated into residential lofts, art galleries and trendy shops. Third Street offers a mix of restaurants, brunch cafes, brew pubs and wine bars, plus the Museum of Craft and Design.


FAIR HOURS & Activities

All Weekend

Graffiti Installation by Jocelyn Superstar, Bay Area mixed media artist and co-author of Bay Area Graffiti 80’s & 90’s: Early Bombing. She was also featured in the 2005 classic film, Piece by Piece: The History of San Francisco Graffiti, Documented.

In addition to our fabulous artists, there will be Hawaiian/Asian fusion food truck fare by Aunty Vicky's and made-to-order craft cocktails by The Bartender Truck for purchase.


Happy Hour Preview

Friday, September 28 6–9pm

Includes music, complimentary wines by Von Holt Wines and hand-crafted, small batch rum, gin and absinthe by Raff Distillerie


Saturday, September 29 11am–6pm

2-3pm Outdoor Lounge - Book Signing by Paul Madonna, award winning artist and author

Sunday, September 30 11am–5pm



Parking and Transportation

Street parking is readily available all throughout the neighborhood, especially at night and during the weekends. 1599 Tennessee Street is accessible from the Muni N line which stops at 3rd and 23rd Streets.



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