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Beretta Shakes Up Cocktail Class Series

Beretta Shakes Up Cocktail Class Series

Have you ever wanted to learn just what it takes to create some of your favorite cocktails at home? Now you can – as Beretta opens its Cocktail Class Series to the public.

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Farm:Table Brings Breakfast for Dinner to SF FoodLab

Farm:Table Brings Breakfast for Dinner to SF FoodLab

Normally open only for breakfast and lunch, the Tenderloin’s farm:table will be taking over the SF FoodLab space on Thursday, October 25 for a four-course brinner: or breakfast for dinner.

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Weekend Food Events

Weekend Food Events

There’s plenty to do this weekend for fans of gourmet food and tasty dining options.

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Craftsman and Wolves to Serve Afternoon Tea

Craftsman and Wolves to Serve Afternoon Tea

Starting Monday, October 15th, Craftsman and Wolves will be offering “Afternoon Tea” from 1-5pm.

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Challenge: Ice Cream and Hot Sauce Competition

Challenge: Ice Cream and Hot Sauce Competition

From the same creator who brought, “The Bacon Takedown,” to the Bay Area comes an all-new challenge. Matt Timms travels the country looking for home cooks who dare to flex their culinary muscles and compete in themed battles. This time around, he has paired two…

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Plate by Plate Offers Unique Variety at Gala

Plate by Plate Offers Unique Variety at Gala

Food galas are a dime a dozen in the city, though most will cost you more than mere pocket change. However, Project by Project, a nonprofit with the mission of helping raise awareness, volunteerism and capital for Asian American nonprofits, offers a fresh take on…

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Jardiniere Celebrates 15 Years in Hayes Valley

Jardiniere Celebrates 15 Years in Hayes Valley

In such uncertain times, from the fluctuating economy to food fads that seem to come and go at the chirp of a tweet, it  is always refreshing to see restaurants that hold steadfast to their mission. Co-owners Traci Des Jardins and Pat Kuleto had the…

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Josey Baker to Give 100 Free Loaves of Bread

Josey Baker to Give 100 Free Loaves of Bread

Josey Baker, who is set to open a highly anticipated toast and coffee bar called The Mill on Divisadero Street is planning to give away 100 free loaves of his signature breads on August 28 at Four Barrel on Valencia St.

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Wild Food Dinners: A Seafood Adventure at Americano Restaurant

Wild Food Dinners: A Seafood Adventure at Americano Restaurant

For the third installment of Wild Food Dinners at Hotel Vitale’s Americano Restaurant, Chef Kory Stewart tested his sea legs with hosted a sea-to-table Oceanic Dinner week—at least that was the plan. The concept was simple enough: the entire menu would be based on fresh,…

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Argentinian-Inspired Lolinda Opens in the Mission

Argentinian-Inspired Lolinda Opens in the Mission

From the same team that brought Starbelly and Beretta to San Francisco, Lolinda officially opens its doors to the public today on Mission Street.

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‘Pie Fridays’ Draws a Crowd in the Mission

‘Pie Fridays’ Draws a Crowd in the Mission

Every Friday and Saturday around 4:45pm, you’ll start to see a small gathering on the corner of 19th and Valencia. By 5:00pm, a line has wrapped around the block leading up to a tiny, wooden, red cart simply labeled, “Pie.”

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Starbelly Hosts Farm Dinner with Free Spirit Farms

Starbelly Hosts Farm Dinner with Free Spirit Farms

California comfort food purveyor Starbelly will host a farm dinner with Free Spirit Farms from Winters, CA this Tuesday, August 7.

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