A&E: SF around the Internet

Esin Üstün/FlickrCat cafe KitTea will open in April.

Esin Üstün/FlickrCat cafe KitTea will open in April.

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

Upper Haight is relaunching First Thursdays this week! Merchants will have food, drinks and discounts for participants. (Hoodline)

The Hayes Valley cat cafe, KitTea, is expected to open in April. (99.7NOW)

The new session of Wine School at the San Francisco Wine Center started off with the intro class, “Tasting and Describing.” (2 Paragraphs)

A tech millionaire known as the Secret Somm has been gifting free bottles of wine to diners in San Francisco. She's gifted 50 bottles worth over $2,000 so far. (The Drinks Business)

Looking for something to do this week? Want to go to a “Big Lebowski” party at SF Indiefest? Check out this list of things going on around The City. (SFist)

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