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Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

Bartenders Face Off at the 3rd Annual Scala’s Bloody Mary Battle This Weekend

For those who prefer Bloody Mary’s over Mimosa/Champagne drinks for Sunday bunch, Sunday at Scala’s Bistro is all for you.

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Burma Superstar Believed to be Source of E. Coli Outbreak

Burma Superstar Believed to be Source of E. Coli Outbreak

Burma Superstar is voluntarily closing this weekend as officials with the San Francisco Department of Public Health believe it may have caused people to come down with E. coli recently.

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A Family Affair for Kathy Fang of Fang Restaurant

A Family Affair for Kathy Fang of Fang Restaurant

With the inaugural Lucky Rice Festival taking place in San Francisco on September 6, we’re taking a look at some of the participating chefs, to see the role Asian cooking has played in their lives.

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Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Bay Area Launches Bike Share Program

Commuters can now find another way to get around with the launch of the Bay Area Bike Share program.

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Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Anchor Brewing to Offer Unique 12-Pack

Starting in September, San Francisco’s famed Anchor Brewing will be offering a new 12-pack called Craft Originals, featuring four different beers.

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Transit Options During Bay Bridge Closure

Transit Options During Bay Bridge Closure

When the Bay Bridge closes on Wednesday night at 8:00pm, thousands of people who travel daily to and from San Francisco will need to find another way to get across the Bay.

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Best Dishes at San Francisco’s Bacon and Beer Festival

Best Dishes at San Francisco’s Bacon and Beer Festival

The irrepressible smell of pork wafted through the Grand Ballroom at the Fairmont in San Francisco on Sunday as more than a dozen chefs prepared dishes for the first-ever Bacon and Beer Festival in San Francisco.

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Open Canvas Offers Free Interactive Exhibit for Local Artists

Open Canvas Offers Free Interactive Exhibit for Local Artists

Local and emerging artists will turn a blank white canvas into art on Divisadero Street.

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Block Party Brings Together Food and Music in SF

Block Party Brings Together Food and Music in SF

Over the last few years, the 20th Street corridor in San Francisco’s Mission District has become a food destination. And the area is doing so well, they are throwing a block party to celebrate.

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Five Favorites From San Francisco Street Food Festival

Five Favorites From San Francisco Street Food Festival

Organized by La Cocina, the San Francisco Street Food Festival and Night Market over the weekend was great showcase for the city’s many food entrepreneurs that might not be quite on the map yet. Sure, there are the established restaurants and food vendors that had long lines on Saturday, but it’s also fun to talk to those just starting out, hear their stories and what got them into the food business. Here’s some of our favorite bites from the street food festival on Saturday.

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Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and Beer Festival to Debut in San Francisco

Bacon and beer, a match made in heaven for many, hogs the spotlight Sunday, August 25 as San Francisco plays host to its first-ever Bacon and Beer Festival.

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SF Street Food Festival Guide

SF Street Food Festival Guide

The San Francisco Street Food Festival can be a bit of a daunting experience. There are large crowds and tons of food options—it can all be a bit overwhelming. We’re here to help with a guide with some unique items we’re excited to try on Saturday.

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