The city's only rooftop drinking establishment is reborn.
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The glass screen is capable of withstanding 150-mile-per-hour winds.
It's part of a big revamp of the Renoir Hotel, by the Viceroy group, at 7th and Market.
And there will likely be tacos.
It's a little French cafe and bistro, with an upstairs deck.
It's got a radiant heat "umbrella" thing.
Check out our roundup of the Bay Area's best outdoor-dining and drinking spots.
Just in time for the heatwave!
It would be right outside the soft-serve window.
The patio has been taunting patrons at the Lower Haight Katz Bagels for years.
Chron architecture critic John King writes a cover story about it today.
Mission: Farina, at long last, has opened their roof terrace, over which they were in battles with the neighbors for well on three years now. The terrace seats 50 and will be open weekends only for dinner, and Sunday brunch....
Sounds like they're free.
There are 50 more seats, first-come, first-serve.
The new table seats eight to twelve.
Just in time for the final gasps of Oktoberfest in Hayes Valley!
Do you even need an excuse to leave work to drink by a pool on one of the only hot days of the year?