San Francisco

Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring of Northern California offers free bi-weekly Beginners Yiddish classes at the Main San Francisco Public Library (Civic Center), taught by Andrew Kuznetsov Beginners Yiddish I meets every other Friday 1-2:45pm Beginners Yiddish II, meets every other Friday, 3-5pm both beginning again January 10, 2020.

 Yiddish Classes in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

20th Century Cafe... ... was conceived by owner and chef Michelle Polzine out of years of hard work in front of the oven, thoughts about food, old movies, and drunken discussions about the future (and the past). Searching through vintage cookbooks and traveling through the cites of Vienna, Budapest, and Prague brought...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Since 1990, Amoeba Music has welcomed independent music lovers of all kinds to our unique, vibrant stores in Berkeley, San Francisco and Hollywood.  We stock every kind of music and movies -- from the top 40 to the best in underground rock and hip-hop, soul, electronica, new and classic jazz,...

 Retail Stores in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

  SPECIALIZING IN SAVORY PASTRIES BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN & FAMILY RECIPES FROM OVER 100 YEARS OLD A San Francisco bakery specializing in freshly baked pastries. Our journey began with great Grandfather Mosheh who traveled from Iraq to Israel carrying with him a wealth of delicious recipes. We wish to offer our...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Part of a New York-style deli chain with mile-high sandwiches, old-school feel & upbeat atmosphere.

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

We are a locally owned small business dedicated to all things Jewish. We opened in 2004 as the only Judaica shop in San Francisco, and continue to be blessed by the support of our community. We believe in the quality of our items and the utmost care for our customers....

 Retail Stores in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

  Fridays 4-5:30pm. Openhouse LGBT Senior Housing, Community & Services Focuses on LGBT seniors in SF, but classes are open to all. Class usually filled.

 Yiddish Classes in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

California inspired mediterranean cooking with drinks to match from San Francisco natives and industry professionals.

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

  … AT MARLA BAKERY, EVERYTHING WE DO STARTS IN THE KITCHEN. MARLA is an Acronym composed of the first letters of the names of our family members who taught us to cook and bake. Food does not spring forth from the ether, it is informed and shaped by the...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Museum dedicated to celebrating Jewish culture, history, art, and ideas. Some exhibits present Yiddish culture. Occasional performances. Shop for exhibition-related catalogs, selected Judaica, engaging books, and thoughtful gifts. All sales support The Museum's educational mission. Lunch at Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen

 Ashkenazi Food, Jewish Arts Presenters, Other Resources, Retail Stores in the Bay Area /  San Francisco

House of Bagels was opened in 1962 at the original location at 2nd and Geary Blvd., our famous bagel recipe having been brought here from Brooklyn, New York. In 1964, we relocated to its present location at 5030 Geary Boulevard in San Francisco. Traditional NY-style bagels have been made from...

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Fosters Jewish – especially Yiddish – culture, education, and the pursuit of social and economic justice.

 Other Resources /  San Francisco

Organic…Hand-rolled…Boiled…Wood-fired…Cultured butter…Cream cheese…Made in-house from local, sustainably-raised Bay Area agriculture. Second location: Takeout bagel shop in S.F.'s Ferry Building opening December 2019.

 Ashkenazi Food /  San Francisco

Klezmer jazz world music dance band led by Ben Brussell for over 20 years. Numerous recordings. Performed at numerous festivals, clubs, concerts, radio and television, for colleges, Jewish organizations, private events, and simkhehs. Provided music at 2008 opening of the Contemporary Jewish Museum. Performs for Jewish life cycle events, simkhehs,...

 Performers /  San Francisco

Rachel B. Gross is the John and Marcia Goldman Professor of American Jewish Studies in the department of Jewish studies at San Francisco State University. She is a scholar of religious studies whose work focuses on the lives, spaces, and objects of twentieth-century and contemporary American Jews. She is currently...

 Ashkenazi Food, Lecturers /  San Francisco

Promotes interest in Jewish genealogy and sharing of genealogical resources. Fifteen meetings per year in San Francisco, Los Altos Hills, Oakland. Speakers, programs, workshops, quarterly journal ZichronNote.

 Other Resources /  San Francisco

Professional children’s entertainer and edu-tainer since 1997.

 Performers, Storytellers / Maggidim /  San Francisco

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