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The Roll Up Gallery is housed inside the Public Works San Francisco in Mission District. A modern art space, up and coming artists display their creative works at this venue. An ideal creative outlet for artists, the gallery sees exhibits right from photography, paintings to sculpture and animations. Visits to the gallery can be made through prior appointments only.
An arcade gaming enthusiast and beer guzzler's paradise, Buzzworks offers the best of both worlds. Featuring over 40 tap beers and 100 bottled/can beersm this craft beer haven is perfect to catch a late evening or night game with friends and colleagues over some flavorsome beers and delcious finger food. This sports bar has multiple HDTVs mounted on walls all over the premises to give you the best game experience. This apart, there are 7 pin ball machines, 2 full-size pool tables and a foosball table to let you satiate your inner arcade game demon. This sports bar offers happy hours and free entry for everyone above the age of 21, which is also the age limit for entering.
LizLand is the artist Liz Mamorsky's labor of love. Built upon the foundations of Mamorsky's Victorian home after it was burnt to the ground in the year 2000, the studio and art gallery is home to Mamorsky's whimsical, contemporary artwork in a variety of media. Composed of Artbots born of reclaimed materials, unusual sculptures, drawings, miniatures and oil paintings, Mamorsky's vibrant and varied collection is the very definition of eclectic. Inspired by her penchant for the Organic Abstractionist style, LizLand itself seems to be a life-size recreation of her vividly colorful paintings. LizLand is open only during events and by appointment, so be sure to plan ahead and give Liz a call before stopping by.