The grocers at Kukje Market are of an older generation and they have a lot of respect for the presentation of their store in terms of presentability and service. They also stress the freshness and quality of their produce. The best part is that they aim to please their customers whom they treat as old friends. It's a lovely place.
The Asian American Theater hosts mainly plays. Granted, they certainly don't have the budget of a large broadway theater. But, it is still worth checking out at least once. Lots of these productions are thought provoking and include quite talented young artisans. Lately tickets have ranged from $10-$20.
It is almost impossible to get a parking space on the weekend and the lines are very very long when there is a big headliner in town having a rock or pop concert. Teens can run wild. It is fun to check it out once in a while. This theater attracts some really famous class acts once in a while, also.
The screens are huge and the sound system is excellent. This theatre is located inside of a large plaza with restaurants and a couple stores. It is also just a few minutes away from Logan High School. Obviously, that means it will be brimming with teenagers. For all these reasons plus the fact that it is a really nice theater, this place is a madhouse.
The Golden Gate Park is one of loveliest public parks within a metropolis that you will find in the nation. It is really just beautiful with myriads of different speciies of flowers, vegetation, and huge tall trees. I think they're redwoods. There's lots more to offer than just being a great place for a jog or stroll. I haven't seen all of it yet, but every picnic there has been a blast.
I remember about twenty years ago it was "anything goes" in this park. Now, there are all sorts of rules and restrictions. No fireworks, no feeding of the animals (especially the ducks that fattened up on bread and crackers), no swimming in the lagoon, no fireworks, etc. The biggest letdown has been the cancellation of the July 4th fireworks. That was a huge and happy gathering for families in the city.
This library is one of the smaller of the district libraries that I have had the chance to check out. Sadly, the increasingly shortened hours are due to gradual cuts in funding that have nearly rendered the library closed on some days. The staff is sparse and overworked, but they do their best to assist patrons with questions.