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Where to Eat After Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Where to Eat After Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

Here’s a familiar scenario: it’s Hardly Strictly Bluegrass weekend again. You spill out of Golden Gate park after a phenomenal day of music and people watching. You’re hungry, but around you are residential streets and similarly hungry crowds. You could walk to Shanghai Dumpling King,…

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Pop Up Mag & Noise Pop Collab for a Unique Outdoor ‘Stories & Sounds of California’ Experience

Pop Up Mag & Noise Pop Collab for a Unique Outdoor ‘Stories & Sounds of California’ Experience

Pop Up Magazine needs no introduction. The San Francisco-based event series by California Sunday Magazine is the traveling, multidisciplinary, entertaining hot ticket in any town, and its creators are never using the same trick twice. This week, a unique twist on the storytelling and the…

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Discover 5 East Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive (Beyond Oakland & Berkeley)

Discover 5 East Bay Restaurants Worth the Drive (Beyond Oakland & Berkeley)

When San Franciscan say ‘East Bay’, they usually mean Oakland or Berkeley. But beyond the immediate choices, there’s more to the Easy Bay than Oakland’s hip eateries. Hayward, Livermore and the on-the-rise foodie destination Walnut Creek also have plenty to offer. Here are your best…

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5 Not to Be Missed Vendors at Oakland’s Eat Real Fest

5 Not to Be Missed Vendors at Oakland’s Eat Real Fest

Oakland’s Eat Real festival is the East Bay’s alternative to the mighty Eat Drink SF, and it’s back this year with more vendors than ever. Plus more bells and whistles, including a musical lineup which includes the Oakland Symphony and Amalgamation, cook-offs and workshops, it’s shaping up to…

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Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Local Business Spotlight: Dorset Finds in Berkeley

Justin Dorset, both a curator and collector, has lived in Vancouver, Calgary, Sydney, Melbourne, London and New York and has now chosen Berkeley’s Gilman-San Pablo neighborhood for his showroom’s location, which opened its doors earlier this summer. The new space, Dorset Finds, is full of…

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Local Chef Spotlight: Buffalo Theory’s Tim Luym

Local Chef Spotlight: Buffalo Theory’s Tim Luym

No one is surprised by a new craft beer spot these days, but the freshly opened Buffalo Theory on Polk Street is trying, successfully, to put a spin on the whole tap and bites format. Yes, this place offers over 30 craft beer varieties on…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Seldom Seen

Local Biz Spotlight: Seldom Seen

A San Francisco boutique doesn’t get cooler than Seldom Seen. This men’s and women’s emporium in Hayes Valley opened a year ago by college friends and fashion lovers Daniel Lee and Natasha Wong. The shop is bright, minimal, and full of labels embodying the local…

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How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

Slowly and steadily, Eat Drink SF became San Francisco’s hottest culinary ticket consisting of four packed and busy ‘Grand Tastings’ on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The yearly festival opened yesterday with long lines, lots of happy faces and an atmosphere of foodie cornucopia. Inside the…

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9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

As a nationally acclaimed food city (the best in the country, if you believe Bon Appetit), San Francisco has no shortage of lines, fully booked restaurants and wait lists. Your best bet to get past those? Why, Burning Man, of course. For a week in…

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Celebrating National Thrift Shop Day: 5 Awesome Stores for Big Coats, Bizarre Books & Vintage Boots

Celebrating National Thrift Shop Day: 5 Awesome Stores for Big Coats, Bizarre Books & Vintage Boots

National Thrift Shop Day is upon us (August 17th), and hopefully, you don’t need Macklemore’s classic tune to be reminded of how much fun thrifting is. Luckily for everyone, the Bay Area still (and despite real estate horrors) offers plenty of cheap, thrilling and colorful…

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La Cocina Supports Culinary Entrepreneurs & Serves Up the Fun with Tacos & Luchadoras

La Cocina Supports Culinary Entrepreneurs & Serves Up the Fun with Tacos & Luchadoras

How often do you get to experience an event that pairs culinary spoils with wrestling? On August 13th, La Cocina, a Mission culinary incubator supporting low-income entrepreneurs, is teaming up with Pro Wrestling Revolution and the Mezcalistas to host La Lucha de La Cocina, a…

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Innovative Culinary Incubator is Coming to Oakland

Innovative Culinary Incubator is Coming to Oakland

Co-working spaces are hardly big news nowadays, but a culinary co-working ‘incubator’? That got us intrigued. Opening August 29, Forage Kitchen will offer a fully equipped cooking facility, as well as business assistance, office space, bookkeeping help and recipe workshops for foodie entrepreneurs, up-and-coming local chefs,…

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