A&E: SF around the Internet

Courtesy Muni Diaries

Courtesy Muni Diaries

San Francisco is a city famous for its arts, culture and food. Here's what's going around the Web on Friday.

The San Francisco Transit Riders Union will kick off the Valentine's PUBlic Transit Crawl on Friday evening, following the 14-Mission line to visit bars. (Muni Diaries)

A South African pop-up diner will be at Kate's Kitchen on Monday. (Hoodline)

An S.F. startup launched a test kitchen in SoMa for Bay Area chefs. (San Francisco Business Times)

Here are some hidden gems you should check out in the Presidio! (Fox News)

The City will celebrate Sylvester with “Mighty Real Day” at the Brava Theater, scheduled through March 1. (Broadway World)

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