Sweetie's Bartender Makes the Very Local Press

If you're a Sweetie's regular, you know bartender Randy Harris. And if not, drop in and meet him soon on either Sunday afternoon or Monday during hours. The Marina Times saw fit to mention that he is serving drinks at Sweetie's now and good drinks he serves. Randy worked at the still-missed Gold Spike, the New Pisa and Capp's Corner.

And he's also a published author (We don't hire just any body for our bar!). After traveling to Asia, Randy was inspired to write the story of 'Tua and the Elephant', which was published by Chronicle Books AND reviewed in the New York Times.

Buy his book, buy a drink...from Randy of course.

Randy Harris

Muttville Receives Donation from Sweetie's Art Bar

A big thanks to all those who purchased the 2016 Sweetie's Dog Calendar. We donated $190 to Muttville Senior Dog Rescue, a donation made up of $5 from every calendar sold.

Make plans now to purchase your 2017 calendar later in the year, and now that we have our benchmark, let's raise more money for senior dogs.

Here are a few pictures from our visit to Muttville earlier this spring.

Installing Art at Sweetie's

Sweetie's Art Bar isn't a full-time gallery; it doubles as a bar too and that makes Sweetie's Sweetie's.

Perhaps in a gallery-only gallery, the artist supervises her/his installation, but in our Black & White gallery, the artist is both the supervisor and the installer.

Here a few scenes of Sharon Leong, February's featured artist, installing her show. Sharon planned ahead and asker her friend Jane to help.

Through the Eyes of Innocents opening reception is Friday, February 5, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.