Chinese art exhibit tops weekend events in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We've partnered with the team at Hoodline - the hyperlocal neighborhood website - to bring you what's new and happening this weekend in San Francisco.

Try $200 sea urchin at a new sushi restaurant

For this week's edition of Hoodline, a new dish you may want to try, that is if you have $200 laying around.

It's from a new hole-in-the-wall in the Financial District, open less than a month.

You cannot sit and you can't really see inside. Instead, two people come outside and take your order.

Despite the low-budget, hand-made sign, the sea urchin is a pretty penny.

"Are you impressed there's an item for $200 and it's sold out."

Don't walk by too fast, you'll miss it - located at 303 Sacramento, The Grubbies sushi bar has five options.

They open around 11 a.m.

Visit the Chinese Historical museum watercolor exhibit

And after a five month closure, the Chinese Historical Society of America museum reopens with a new $2.5 million history exhibit on Chinese Americans.

The interactive display once traveled, but will now make San Francisco its permanent home.

Don't miss a replica of the Angel Island Barracks and an incredible 12 piece watercolor collection commissioned for Johnny Kan's restaurant in Chinatown in the 1950's, went missing in the 70's and were found again in 2010.

The museum owns some pieces, a private collector others, but all of them will be on display for the grand opening Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Also, don't miss Discovery Day at AT&T Park with 150 hands-on science exhibits for kids. Head to the field Saturday at 10 a.m.

The family event is part of the Bay Area Science Festival.

But for other weekend ideas check out Hoodline.

Keep checking back here for more upcoming events! Click here to visit Hoodline and to find out about what's happening this weekend in San Francisco.
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