The concept for Tutu Tuesday originated with its creator’s new year’s resolution to wear a tutu every Tuesday for the entire year of 2008. Carla Tutu set her stake in the Burning Man tradition of Tutu Tuesday while by chance donning a tutu at a New Years Day party (Stompy/Sunset), which happened to fall on a Tuesday that year. Having so much fun gallavanting about the city in her tutu every week, she decided that others should join the party and began planning the ﬁrst Tutu Tuesday. Paige Smith, print designer for the San Francisco Ballet Company, designed the Tutu Tuesday logo and Dirtybird Justin Martin posed in the Japanese Tea Garden for the party’s ﬁrst ﬂyer.
After relocating briefly to Santo’s Party House in NYC, Tutu Tuesday enjoying 2 luscious years at SF’s legendary 222 Club. When the intimate gem sadly closed its doors, resident Atish and Carla Tutu decided to continue the tradition nonetheless. Stay tutu-tuned for latest developments…
$10 or $2 in a tutu before 11pm
Handmade tutus for sale
Happy Hour prices ($5 well drinks, Jameson and Patron shots, $3 draught beers) from open to 11:00pm
21 & over
Harlot: Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA district and in a former 1907 printing press brick building, elements of the original structure have been revealed and are likewise celebrated. The original riveted steel columns run down the center of the grand lofted space. Artwork is featured–one of the major pieces titled Matthew’s Heroine, a hauntingly beautiful creation by world renowned Bay Area artist Tiffany Bozic. Other artwork includes an original lithograph by Camille Rose Garcia and large paintings by Manny Fabregas!