It’s 7 a.m., 58° and headed to a toasty 64°. Details for the next 10 days are here.
There’s a new hot dog store in town — Los Shucos on 22nd Street near Bartlett. As they describe their story on the website:
It all started in 1970 with a home made hot dog cart stationed near El Liceo Guatemala school for boys. There a humble culinary genius decided to spice up a simple American hot dog with the flavors and ingredients of Guatemalan cuisine.
This creation soon became an irresistible staple for the hungry students, who coined the term “Los Shucos”, meaning “Dirty Dogs” and thus, a legend was born.
In more food news, SF Eater says that Chez Spencer, which burned to the ground last year, will not be returning to that spot. In its place, will be the Japanese-inspired Rintaro. Read more here.
Who has money to eat? The San Francisco Business Times reports,
The median price for a condo or tenancy-in-common unit in San Francisco hit $950,000 in January, a 24.6 percent year-over-year jump, and surpassed the $928,000 median price for single family homes, according to the San Francisco Association of Realtors. READ MORE.
8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Odd Ball Cinema, What Got What.
Enjoy the day!