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Sound Bite: Farallon Executive Chef Ryan Simas on Cooking in San Francisco

Sound Bite: Farallon Executive Chef Ryan Simas on Cooking in San Francisco

As the executive chef of downtown seafood destination Farallon, Executive Chef Ryan Simas works closely with chef Mark Frantz and kitchen staff to deliver highly Instagrammable, tasty dishes. We caught up with him about cooking in San Francisco, food trends and Black Bass. What’s a…

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Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

2015′s James Beard Awards semi-finalists were announced today, with a hefty Bay Area representation in the list. Until the nominees are finalized on March 24th, there’s plenty of time to take pride in some of our favorite local eateries. San Francisco naturally tops the list…

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First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

Chris Cosentino’s new SoMa eatery, Cockscomb, is now officially alive and kicking. The name is hard to pronounce, the entrance is hidden, the location is hot – this is the baseline for Cosentino’s much anticipated restaurant. Almost simultaneously, Cosentino’s previous venture, Porcellino (a reincarnation of…

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Brewcade Brings Arcade Games and Booze to Market Street

Brewcade Brings Arcade Games and Booze to Market Street

2014 is the now officially the year of the revamped sports bar. Gone are days of simple darts and big flat screen TVs– instead, places like Oakland’s Plank offer alcohol and actual ways to engage with sports by playing bowling and other active games. Arcade…

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San Francisco Holiday Pop-Up Shops

San Francisco Holiday Pop-Up Shops

The concept of pop-up stores popped in our lives a few years ago, when retailers suddenly realized the exciting potential of temporary spaces and limited-edition offerings. The pop-up shopping experience becomes especially valuable during the holiday season, as everyone embarks on the impossible mission of…

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Blackbird launches Game of Thrones Cocktail Menu

Blackbird launches Game of Thrones Cocktail Menu

Winter is coming. After season upon season of Game of Thrones, this phrase acquired an ominous meaning and became a staple among the show’s fans. Following in step, Market Street cocktail bar Blackbird is welcoming the winter season with a special cocktail menu inspired by…

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Klyde Offers Tasty Union Square Oasis With Wine

Klyde Offers Tasty Union Square Oasis With Wine

Minimalistic and inviting with its monochromatic, French bistro-esque decor, Klyde at Hotel G near Union Square offers a new option for respite for those who make a holiday trudge to San Francisco’s clogged shopping artery this holiday season. A self-proclaimed café and wine bar, Klyde…

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Colin Kaepernick Wins $10k for Charity in Style Wars

Colin Kaepernick Wins $10k for Charity in Style Wars

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s style sensibilities, pink headphones and all, helped him earn a $10,000 check for charity after winning GQ’s Style Wars competition, according to an announcement today. In recent years, sports and style go decidedly hand in hand. Blame Tom Brady’s marriage to…

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SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

Anyone who watched the Tony awards just a few weeks ago, probably still remembers Neil Patrick Harris’ performance. Clad in sparkly hot pants and heels, the multi-faceted actor wowed the audience with a live rendition of “Sugar Daddy”, a number from the hit Broadway production…

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7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

Eat Drink San Francisco hosted a ramen workshop on Sunday, just one of many culinary adventures part of the multi-day celebration of fine cuisine and cocktails.

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Five Picks For Eat Drink SF (That are not Sold Out)

Five Picks For Eat Drink SF (That are not Sold Out)

Eat Drink SF (formerly known as SF Chefs) is occupying Fort Mason Center and Westin St. Francis with a variety of culinary classes, demos and tastings and drinks this week featuring big names in the restaurant and mixology scene. Ticket prices start at $30 and…

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Style: Amour Vert Arrives in Hayes Valley

Style: Amour Vert Arrives in Hayes Valley

Amour Vert, the San Francisco-based brand that recently opened its first boutique, specializes in sustainable, organic clothes in Hayes Valley. Upon visiting the boutique on a cold, foggy summer day, I was immediately submerged into the atmosphere of vacation and breezy indulgence. But of course:…

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