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Mastering the Art of Chai

Mastering the Art of Chai

Chai, the sweet mixed spice tea beverage, has been growing in popularity throughout the Bay Area for years. It’s become so sought-after that Paawan Kothari quit her day job as a high tech marketing strategist and started The Chai Cart in 2009. On August 9,…

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The Big Eat at CJM

The Big Eat at CJM

The intersection of food and culture is a huge theme of Jewish celebrations: latkes at Chanukah, matzah at Passover, fish and cheese at Shavuot. On August 9, join the Contemporary Jewish Museum for The Big Eat: A CJM Mixtape—an event highlighting some of the Bay…

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Calling All Wannabe Winos

Calling All Wannabe Winos

A famous, anonymous quote says “life is too short to drink bad wine.” Unfortunately, that happens all too often. The wine culture is growing, especially in the Millenial population; estimates show that the under-35 crowd makes up 23% of total wine consumption in the U.S….

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Bonjour, Chez Maman West

Bonjour, Chez Maman West

This week, Hayes Valley welcomes a new restaurant with the opening of Chez Maman West, an extension of the original Portero Hill bistro.

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Momofuku Chef David Chang in SF Tomorrow

Momofuku Chef David Chang in SF Tomorrow

David Chang, the executive chef and owner of the Momofuku family of restaurants in New York City, is coming to the Herbst Theatre tomorrow night, July 17,  as part of the City Arts & Lectures series.

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Taste of Belgium

Taste of Belgium

Beer and waffles…talk about a good start to the weekend! This Friday, July 13, join Stella Artois in celebrating Belgian National Day with the free “Taste of Belgium” festival at the Fort Mason Herbst Pavilion.

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Shanghai Resurrected

Shanghai Resurrected

Next month, Duboce Triangle will be welcoming a new neighbor to its dog-friendly, tree-lined hood: Shanghai, headed by Chef Leo Gan of Shanghai 1930, will be opening its doors mid-August–some three years after 1930 closed.

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SRSLY, Delicious Gluten-Free Bread

SRSLY, Delicious Gluten-Free Bread

They say the way to a man’s heart is food–baked goods specifically. But what happens when you bake said man a delicious muffin, only to find out that he’s gluten-free? If you’re Sadie Scheffer, you turn that knowledge into a business and start Bread SRSLY,…

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Peach Bran Muffins

Peach Bran Muffins

Muffins are one of the underrated joys of breakfast, and combining sweet summer peaches with nutritious bran, whole wheat flour and plain yogurt is a great way to start off your day–all for under 100 calories.

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American Restaurant Chains: Born and Raised in the Bay

American Restaurant Chains: Born and Raised in the Bay

A new restaurant opens in San Francisco nearly every day, and it’s hardly ever part of a chain. While everyone’s on the lookout for the newest pop-up, food truck or Michelin star restaurant, chain restaurants are often over-looked or reserved for last-ditch efforts to find…

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A Look at FoodLab, Part of ATO

A Look at FoodLab, Part of ATO

Pop-up restaurants are a huge part of the the food scene in San Francisco today: they give diners the opportunity to try out new cuisine and allow chefs a more affordable way to demonstrate their skills than with a brick-and-mortar location.

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A Temporary Offering Arrives in Mid-Market

A Temporary Offering Arrives in Mid-Market

The buzzy mid-Market renovation just got a little more exciting with the opening of A Temporary Offering (ATO), a three-venue pop-up concept housing exciting new eating, drinking and shopping destinations.

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