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Asian Box Opens First San Francisco Location

Asian Box Opens First San Francisco Location

The popular fast-casual restaurant Asian Box has opened its first location in San Francisco, taking over the former Wolfgang Puck space in Macy’s Marketplace at Union Square.

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Taste of the Nation Embarks on the East Bay

Taste of the Nation Embarks on the East Bay

A handful of the great chefs in the East Bay are gathering in Berkeley on Sunday, October 20 for a special event showcasing their talents, but also working toward the fight to end childhood hunger.

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The Third Rail Bar Takes Shape in Dogpatch

The Third Rail Bar Takes Shape in Dogpatch

The Third Rail Bar, a project from the Range team, is slated to open next month.

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Fleet Week Scaled Back with no Air Show, Parade of Ships

Fleet Week Scaled Back with no Air Show, Parade of Ships

San Francisco’s annual Fleet Week celebration is underway, although because of budget cuts, it will not be quite the same this year.

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Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

Why the Oakland A’s are the Best Sports Story in the Bay Area

The A’s open the playoffs at home on Friday as they will host a familiar foe, the Detroit Tigers.

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Off the Grid Introduces Twilight at the Presidio

Off the Grid Introduces Twilight at the Presidio

Off the Grid continues its expansion with the introduction of a brand new dining experience, Twilight at the Presidio.

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Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema, which normally does dinner and a movie by creatively showing a foreign film in the outdoor courtyard during service, is taking it a step further on Tuesday night.

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Star Chefs Gather for Street Eats Event

Star Chefs Gather for Street Eats Event

Several of the best chefs in the Bay Area are gathering at the Ferry Building on Saturday, October 5 for a gala event to benefit the local non-profit OneVietnam.

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Steins Beer Garden Cooks Up First Oktoberfest Celebration

Steins Beer Garden Cooks Up First Oktoberfest Celebration

This weekend’s event will be the first Oktoberfest celebration in Mountain View.

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Giants Pitcher Sergio Romo Makes a Statement with Three Twins Ice Cream

Giants Pitcher Sergio Romo Makes a Statement with Three Twins Ice Cream

Three Twins Ice Cream and Romo have launched a new flavor, “Sergio Romo’s Mexican Chocolate: It Only Tastes Illegal.”

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Eat Real Fest Highlights Oakland’s Budding Food Scene

Eat Real Fest Highlights Oakland’s Budding Food Scene

Oakland’s food scene has grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years, a fact that is never more evident than at the Eat Real Festival, taking place at Jack London Square this weekend.

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Novela Brings ‘Brews on the Block’ to Annie Alley

Novela Brings ‘Brews on the Block’ to Annie Alley

Held in Annie Alley, which sits adjacent to Novela, the free event is open to the public and benefits the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District.

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