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Canela Bistro and Bacon Bacon Partner for Special Menu

Canela Bistro and Bacon Bacon Partner for Special Menu

Canela Bistro & Bar, a tapas restaurant in Duboce Triangle, will partner with San Francisco’s celebrated Bacon Bacon food truck for a one-night collaboration at the restaurant this week. Chef Jim Angelus of Bacon Bacon food truck and Canela’s Executive Chef Mat Schuster will offer…

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Culture Collide Festival Announces Tech, Music and Burrito Panels

Culture Collide Festival Announces Tech, Music and Burrito Panels

In addition to two days of music in the Mission District, San Francisco’s new Culture Collide festival announced panel discussions that will address a variety of topics during the festival. The Creative Summit component of Culture Collide, arriving Oct. 14-15th, will feature several local tastemakers…

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Bloody Mary Festival Arrives at Public Works This Weekend

Bloody Mary Festival Arrives at Public Works This Weekend

The battle for best bloody mary is on with the Bloody Mary Liberation Party’s first-ever Bloody Mary Festival in San Francisco this weekend at Public Works.

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Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rock’s in the Mission is offering a special late night pop-up menu with authentic South Korean food starting this week with Chef Robin Song.

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The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

The Five Best Places to Party Outside This Weekend

Partying inside is so over-rated, especially with the streak of beautiful weather the Bay Area is experiencing. It’s the perfect time to get outside and there are plenty of party options as the weekend approaches.

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Celebrated San Francisco restaurant Foreign Cinema, one of the first eateries of its kind to open in the Mission, celebrates its 15th year anniversary this week with the special event, Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera. The party on Thursday promises an evening filled with Latin food (a…

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La Taqueria Named America’s Best Burrito

La Taqueria Named America’s Best Burrito

La Taqueria, a San Francisco favorite was named America’s Best Burrito by ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight, a blog that uses statistical analysis to tell interesting stories about science, economics, politics and in this case, the best damn burrito out there. The carnita’s burrito won the final round…

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Inaugural 420 Games Planned for Golden Gate Park

Inaugural 420 Games Planned for Golden Gate Park

The inaugural 420 Games are planned for this weekend at Golden Gate Park with a 5k race, a talk with Harborside dispensary founder Steve DeAngelo, a live performance from all-female Led Zepplin tribute band Zepparella and a beer tastings from Lagunita’s Brewing Co. Jim McAlpine,…

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Shhh..Speakeasy Tap Room Extends Hours

Shhh..Speakeasy Tap Room Extends Hours

San Francisco’s Speakeasy brewery in Bayview announced new hours this week for its tap room with a new happy hour deal.

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New Belgium’s Tour de Fat Returns With Reggie Watts

New Belgium’s Tour de Fat Returns With Reggie Watts

New Belgium Brewing brings more bikes, beer and entertainment to Golden Gate Park on September 13 with its annual Tour de Fat party, headlined by comedian Reggie Watts. The events starts with a costumed bicycle parade from 11am to noon at Lindley Meadow before the…

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Method Man, Redman and B-Real Join Smoker’s Club Tour

Method Man, Redman and B-Real Join Smoker’s Club Tour

The Smoker’s Club tour will return to San Francisco for its fifth year with a full lineup of ganja-friendly rappers, including blunt brothers Method Man and Redman and B-Real of Cypress Hill. The national tour stops in San Francisco on Nov. 8 at the Regency…

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Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

The Mission District was filled with thousands of hungry San Franciscans, all gathering in the name of street food at Saturday’s San Francisco Street Food Festival. More than 80 local vendors were at the event, which could be the last Street Food Fest organized by…

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