Experience the rich taste of the Philippines in San Francisco! New York City restaurant veterans Aris Tuazon, chef/owner of Ugly Kitchen and Claw Daddy’s in New York City and Jim Harvey Sy introduce Manila Bowl to our Mid-Market neighbor, The Market.
Celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year with a trip to Civic Center to take in the six large-scale illuminated bamboo lantern sculptures outside City Hall that will lighten up the area from now until March 10. The glowing art exhibit, entitled Sui Sui Ping An – Peace All Year Round, is part of a temporary art installation created by Hong Kong-based artist Freeman Lau, sited in the center of Civic Center Plaza.
2017 opened with some amazing storm systems coming through the region, giving us much-needed rainfall but limiting some outdoor activities. But our residents and guests weren’t deterred and continued to post some great photography showcasing life at NEMA. We welcome you to join the fun by following along as Instagramers share their NEMA experiences by using #LiveNEMA or tagging us on Instagram.
The Chinese New Year celebration in San Francisco is one of the largest in the world. The main draw of this celebration, the Grand Parade, will be held on Saturday, February 11. In addition, you will find a variety of fun events for the lunar new year in both January and February, just minutes from NEMA. Here are a few featured events happening as the Year of the Rooster approaches:
As fall settles upon San Francisco, residents and guests alike haven’t missed the opportunity to take some great photography showcasing life at NEMA. We welcome you to join the fun by following along as Instagramers share their NEMA experiences by using #LiveNEMA or tagging us on Instagram. We love to see the NEMA experiences through your eyes.