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How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

How To Navigate the Magical Food Maze That is ‘Eat Drink SF’

Slowly and steadily, Eat Drink SF became San Francisco’s hottest culinary ticket consisting of four packed and busy ‘Grand Tastings’ on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The yearly festival opened yesterday with long lines, lots of happy faces and an atmosphere of foodie cornucopia. Inside the…

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9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

9 Best Foodie Spots to Try While Everyone Is Away at Burning Man

As a nationally acclaimed food city (the best in the country, if you believe Bon Appetit), San Francisco has no shortage of lines, fully booked restaurants and wait lists. Your best bet to get past those? Why, Burning Man, of course. For a week in…

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3 Big Booze Events on the Horizon: California Rum Fest, Bay Area Summer Brew Festival & SF Craft Spirits Carnival

3 Big Booze Events on the Horizon: California Rum Fest, Bay Area Summer Brew Festival & SF Craft Spirits Carnival

Whether you are celebrating the end of traditional summer, the start of fall, or Indian Summer (summer’s bonus level!) then you have something to say cheers to. And, if you like cocktails or beer, one (or all) of the following upcoming drinking events might appeal…

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La Cocina Supports Culinary Entrepreneurs & Serves Up the Fun with Tacos & Luchadoras

La Cocina Supports Culinary Entrepreneurs & Serves Up the Fun with Tacos & Luchadoras

How often do you get to experience an event that pairs culinary spoils with wrestling? On August 13th, La Cocina, a Mission culinary incubator supporting low-income entrepreneurs, is teaming up with Pro Wrestling Revolution and the Mezcalistas to host La Lucha de La Cocina, a…

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PokeCon 2 Back by Popular Demand at SPARK Mission Bay Food Truck Park

PokeCon 2 Back by Popular Demand at SPARK Mission Bay Food Truck Park

PokeCon 2 is here! Not be confused with Pokemon. Which has nothing in common with this event—well, aside from its similar powers to allure the masses and draw them out and into the great urban outdoors…so maybe similar? In any case, you might recall that…

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Innovative Culinary Incubator is Coming to Oakland

Innovative Culinary Incubator is Coming to Oakland

Co-working spaces are hardly big news nowadays, but a culinary co-working ‘incubator’? That got us intrigued. Opening August 29, Forage Kitchen will offer a fully equipped cooking facility, as well as business assistance, office space, bookkeeping help and recipe workshops for foodie entrepreneurs, up-and-coming local chefs,…

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5 Seductive Oyster Dishes to Celebrate National Oyster Day

5 Seductive Oyster Dishes to Celebrate National Oyster Day

You really don’t need it to be National Oyster Day to enjoy a good helping of oysters, but as with Cucumber Day and Creative Ice Cream Day, it’s a fun, gimmicky excuse to get out there and explore the city’s riches. Here are five great…

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San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Bayview-Hunters Point

San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Bayview-Hunters Point

Industrial and full of surprises, Bayview is perfect for a sleepy, weekend or weekday brunch spot away from trends and inner city buzz. Through our ‘Best Brunch’ series, we’ve visited the East Bay, The Castro, and The Mission, and now we’re venturing over to Bayview-Hunters…

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Local Chef Spotlight: Brandon Jew of Mr. Jiu’s

Local Chef Spotlight: Brandon Jew of Mr. Jiu’s

It didn’t take very long for Mr. Jiu’s to become a standout Chinese restaurant in SF’s Chinatown. With every dish built with the  potential to be a fan favorite, critics are raving and Yelpers are going nuts for the five-course banquet-styled menu offerred here. Only Brandon Jew,…

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Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Jeff Whitmore (Public Works & Mighty) Discusses the Latest from Cutting-Edge Music & Arts Venue, The Midway

Thirty paces north of the Illinois-Marin St. crossing, I stood mesmerized by a slender-faced carnival barker with ghostly complexion. Deathly still in a red and black pinstripe suit, the pale figure stares down from beneath the brim of his topper—a hat twice the size of…

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Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Among the many Monday emails you are probably sifting through, and more depressing presidential coverage you might be reading, we thought you could use some good news! Shift any weekend obligations to Sunday, and make room in your belly—because The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off is…

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East Bay Gems: A Look at Oakland’s Grand Avenue

East Bay Gems: A Look at Oakland’s Grand Avenue

Stretching from Lake Merritt to Piedmont, Oakland’s Grand Avenue has it all. A mix of old (the stunning Grand Lake Theater with the iconic marquee) to the new (chic eateries and shops). It’s one of the city’s main arteries and a go-to place in Oakland…

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