Plant Nite: Glass Succulent Terrarium V
Plant Nite: Dig, drink and be merry
Gardens are no longer just for yards. Now you can build your own succulent garden at your favorite local bar, Rocco's Ristorante Pizzeria! Come on out for a Plant Nite party Saturday night - plant and dig in the dirt while you laugh with your friends over a glass of wine or two. In just two hours our master grower Stacy Humphrey will guide you through all you need to know to envision and build your own tiny terrarium showcasing your own design – no experience necessary – and then you'll go home with something that will remind you of a great night out. At Yaymaker, our events are always local, always unique, and always a great way to explore your creative side.
Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.
In 1922, Giovanni and Virginia Biale left the town of Savona in Genoa, Italy with their three young sons, Giacomo, Mario and Rudolfo to make a new life in America. With help from a cousin, they made their way to San Francisco and settled in the Italian section of Potrero Hill. Less than a year later, my grandfather, Giovanni, opened "Biale's Meat Market" on Connecticut Street. To this day "Biale" is still tiled in the entryway of the building. Giacomo "Jack", my uncle, stayed in the butcher business while Mario, my father, and Rudy went into the bar and restaurant business in San Francisco, Phoenix and Honolulu. Rudy owned and operated two "Rudy's Italian Restaurants" in Waikiki for 25 years. I worked at Rudy's for 3 years with my brother Anthony. It was there I learned the importance of being a hands-on owner. People came from all over the world to visit "Rudy's", enjoying the food, the wine, and the gracious host.