Divisadero Art Walk returns for a summertime edition that promises to be a fantastic way to spend a (hopefully) warm summer night eating, drinking and taking a gander at what local artists and designers have to offer.
In addition to a miniature version of the pop-up bazaar, Indie Mart, there will be an array of local food vendors, food trucks and pop-up shops. Newcomers to the neighborhood Rare Device and San Franpsycho will also be in attendance.
The Mill, a new Divisadero Street cafe being opened by Four Barrel founders Jeremy Tooker and Jodi Geren that will include a Toast Bar (a station for bread, butter, and jam) run by Josey Baker Bread under the same roof, will also be making an appearance.
Along with the much coveted Four Barrel coffee drinks, The Mill may offer a selection of the bread, scones, coffee cakes and cookies made from hand-milled flour that it plans to serve at the storefront starting in August.
With most venues staying open far past the crepuscular portion of the evening–some as late as two–the soiree offers an alternative to the usual Thursday night bar hopping with cultured entertainment running into the wee hours.
Divisadero Summer Art Walk starts at 6 pm on Thursday July 12, and includes the span between Haight Street and McAllister Street on Divisadero Street. Nan Lawson is the designer of the poster art included in this post. To see more of her work go to nanlawson.com.