Places to go in South Park

South Park Events

Open Mic

Open Mic

Communal Coffee South Park

Saturday, November 17, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Free Movie Night

Communal Coffee South Park

Saturday, November 24, 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Dino Archie

Dino Archie

Whistle Stop Bar

Wednesday, November 28, 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Kids Craft

Communal Coffee South Park

Thursday, November 29, 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

South Park News & Stories

Muffuletta in the hood

An early look at South Park's new neighborhood eatery

I’ll go ahead and say it. I never much cared for South Park Abbey. It had a solid beer list, and I would catch the occasional NFL game there, but between food and booze, and ...

Blimey, that's my local!

There's a different beer scene next door

For those of us in South Park, a visit to our friendly neighborhood brewery means a short walk to South Park Brewing Company. It’s not always a no-brainer. Owner Scot Blair opened the brewery right ...

Communal's granola takes place of Rebecca's scones

South Park coffee turnover

When the new year began, South Park found itself trending downward in the coffee department. The end of 2017 brought with it the closing of longtime community hub, Rebecca’s Coffeehouse. For a quarter century, Rebecca’s ...

South Park corner store morphs into Paris bistro

A cafe is born

We haven’t quite got things ready,” says Jordan. “We’re working on a small-plates menu and a wine-by-the-glass menu, but we’re not quite there.” Don’t rush it, I say. Because this is big. We’re here at ...

Mezcla comes in from the cold

Out of the taco truck, and into a rich bowl of pozole

I'm always glad to see a good food truck make the move into a regular restaurant. I'm doubly glad when it's one of my favorite taco trucks, triply happy when it moves into a fixed ...

South Park Photos

Signature South Park bicycle.

One of the most beautiful homes ...

Example of businesses getting loot paid ...

Shepard Fairey's mural on the back ...

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