Are you familiar with the San Francisco Dungeon? It’s a tourist attraction in Fisherman’s Wharf that opened in 2014. It’s a place where actors and special effects help recreate scary San Francisco-centric historical events.
This July they are offering up something not so scary. It’s a Rat Cafe. The rodents are supposed to be there.
The pop-up experience will happen on July 1 and July 8 and will feature live, adoptable rats provided by Rattie Ratz, a local nonprofit rescue that puts up rehabilitated rats for domestic adoption.
The idea of a cafe featuring adoptable pets isn’t new to San Francisco as KitTea Cafe has been operating on Gough St. since 2015 with cats that you can potentially take home.
Tickets for the Dungeon on July 1 and July 8 did cost $49.99 & have sold out. You can register to find out exactly when SF’s Rat Cafe will have more dates available at Sanfrancisco.thedungeon.com.