San Francisco’s 901 Columbus Cafe, which has adopted the nickname, “White Shark Cafe”, is hosting another “Sharks and Beer” night on August 4th, 2023 and everyone is invited to attend.
Local filmmaker, Skyler Thomas, will speak briefly on the history of the actual White Shark Cafe in the Pacific Ocean as well as lead a discussion regarding the controversy over the disappearance of white sharks in South Africa, once considered the white shark capital of the world.
The evening will be capped by a special talk from local shark diving pioneer, James Moskito the owner & operator of OceanSafaris.com, who led trips to the Farallon Islands and Guadalupe Island to see white sharks dating back to the late 1990s.
James will share a few of his most notable stories and footage as well as offer an exclusive discount for his upcoming trips that will only be revealed at the event
We will proudly be featuring two beers from The Lost Coast Brewery, long-time supporters of Skyler’s white shark conservation efforts.
Funds generated that evening will go to the nonprofit, Independent Arts and Media, which assists in covering the expenses of local educational events, such as this one, and the production of conservation films.
With the theme of the White Shark Cafe taking center stage, the deal of the night will be the purchase of a new, custom-designed ‘White Shark Cafe San Francisco’ t-shirt. Any t-shirt purchase includes two free Lost Coast beers.
But arrive early, only 40 of these limited-edition shirts are available! Single pours of the beers (without the shirts) that evening will be $4.00.
The opening presentation will be at 7:00 PM. Shirt and beer sales start at 5 PM and will continue until closing or whenever supplies run out.
901 Columbus Cafe will still offer food service from its kitchen and a full menu of other drink options.
Find it on Google Maps here.
A short clip of James Moskito’s footage
What is the White Shark Cafe?