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A Guide to Sexy Date Bars in SF: The Downtown Edition

A Guide to Sexy Date Bars in SF: The Downtown Edition

Some say San Francisco has lost its romance to swiping right, tech bros in love with themselves and towering prices threatening the good old-timey dating dynamics. The local bar scene, however, couldn’t be more steamy this fall. With underground speakeasies, stylish seductive hotel bars and recent…

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Locally-Made Swoon Worthy Holiday Pastries

Locally-Made Swoon Worthy Holiday Pastries

The holiday season is an official excuse to go big on carbs and sweets. Starting with luscious Thanksgiving pies and well into Christmastime cookies. Spoiler alert: next month is going to be abundant with delicious pastries! Chances are, you’ll be buying them as a hostess…

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5 Local Experts Weigh In On Friendsgiving: Favorite Dishes, Planning Ahead, Photo Ops & New Guests

5 Local Experts Weigh In On Friendsgiving: Favorite Dishes, Planning Ahead, Photo Ops & New Guests

More and more, the somewhat cute and offbeat concept of Friendsgiving is leaving the television screens and social media campaigns and becoming a real thing. If your family members live far away, or the notion of an elaborate gathering is just too stressful–then a low-key…

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Local Chefs Reveal Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

Local Chefs Reveal Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

The holiday season already has us all soft on the inside and family-friendly on the outside. Gatherings, Friendsgiving parties, even premature Christmas lights, all are fair game in the creation of  proper holiday spirit. Right before Thanksgiving turkey festivities kick off the holiday season, we…

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Local Chef Spotlight: Nightbird’s Kim Alter

Local Chef Spotlight: Nightbird’s Kim Alter

It’s about time we featured a female chef extraordinaire in our Local Chef Spotlight series. Kim Alter,  formerly of the omnipresent Daniel Patterson Group, and currently the force behind two new solo projects, Nightbird and Linden Room Bar, fits the bill perfectly. Ambitious beyond belief and…

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Local Food Blogger Spotlight: Jeremy Chung

Local Food Blogger Spotlight: Jeremy Chung

On his Facebook, Jeremy Chung has an aptly named photo album, “How I became fat and broke in SF and beyond.” Documenting the local food scene since 2014, Chung jets between restaurants, photographs for a variety of businesses and mostly, gets his followers drooling over all…

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East Bay Gems: Alameda Spots to Enjoy After the Flea Market

East Bay Gems: Alameda Spots to Enjoy After the Flea Market

Alameda feels like a time capsule of an island–not necessarily a place where you might frequently go to hang out, instead, a cozy quiet place to bike, view the water, and relax. It’s also home to the Alameda Point flea market, a massive, buzzing, exciting affair,…

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East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

East Bay Gems: What’s Up in Emeryville?

Located between Oakland’s flourishing culinary scene and the eclectic city of Berkely there is Emeryville. Once an industrial hub and now the land of Ikea, Bay Steet Shopping Plaza and rows of brand new condos, Emeryville is sometimes misconstrued as a non-place, an artificial suburb created…

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5 Surprisingly Trendy Italian Spots to Try

5 Surprisingly Trendy Italian Spots to Try

With all the respect to Tosca, The Stinking Rose and other North Beach classics, the Italian scene in the city is definitely looking less gingham tablecloths and more marble counters these days. A cluster of hip, modern and unorthodox Italian spots have taken over San…

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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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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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