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The Best Coffee Shops for Laptop Warriors in San Francisco

The Best Coffee Shops for Laptop Warriors in San Francisco

A good coffee shop ‘office’ is hard to find. Lists of ‘San Francisco’s best coffee shops’ might be common and long, but rarely do they cater for the city’s laptop warriors and telecommuting heroes. A good workplace-type cafe, where you can spend hours to perfect…

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Photos: Off The Grid at the Presidio

Photos: Off The Grid at the Presidio

Sunday, July 5th 2015. Photos by Domini Dragoone.

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Three Twins Ice Cream Comes Out With Pride Flavors

Three Twins Ice Cream Comes Out With Pride Flavors

It is only fitting that a San Francisco-based ice cream brand is accompanied by the concept of Pride, one way or another. Three Twins, a Whole Foods favorite and a very local brand nevertheless, chooses to celebrate its city’s diverse heritage and founder Neal Gottlieb’s…

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May Food News: All You Need To Know

May Food News: All You Need To Know

New Restaurant: Belga The bar-restaurant with a Belgian-German cuisine opened in the Marina neighborhood, taking over Cafe Des Amis’ former spot. Helmed by chef Freedom Rains and offering a full bar, the dimly lit space is dinner only at this point, with plans to expand…

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Specs and Trick Dog Named Best Bars in America

Specs and Trick Dog Named Best Bars in America

Men’s magazine Esquire has named Specs in North Beach and Trick Dog in the Mission as two of the top 10 best bars in America. Esquire’s editors, led by David Wondrich, picked the best places to drink in the United States in the June/July issue,…

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400-Year-Old Menu Recreated by Food Historian Ken Albala

400-Year-Old Menu Recreated by Food Historian Ken Albala

For some, the term ‘foodie’ carries a negative connotation. Personally, I prefer to the term ‘food enthusiast’ — although it fails to describe what feels more like a hot and heavy love affair — and this past Thursday evening, I met with some like-minded people…

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Sound Bites: Rose Pistola’s Laurie Thomas Discusses Leaving Tech for Food

Sound Bites: Rose Pistola’s Laurie Thomas Discusses Leaving Tech for Food

Rose Pistola, the North Beach Italian eatery, is an institution in San Francisco – twenty years and counting. Behind it is owner Laurie Thomas, who also owns local staples, Rose’s Cafe and Terzo. Thomas wasn’t always into food. Before she went into the food business,…

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Win 2 Tickets to the SF Beer Festival at Fort Mason

Win 2 Tickets to the SF Beer Festival at Fort Mason

Test your beer IQ by guessing the brewery from the photo below for a chance to win 2 tickets to The SF International Beer Festival at Fort Mason this Saturday. The winner (selected randomly from correct answers) will enjoy a bounty of suds from over…

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KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

KQED’s Check, Please! Party to Include 40+ Restaurants

This year KQED’s much-loved Check Please! program turns 10. To celebrate, the annual Check, Please! Bay Area Taste & Sip event is going bigger than ever – with more than 40 restaurants, vendors and featured wineries taking over the San Francisco Design Galleria on June…

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Smitten Ice Cream to Open New Location in Pacific Heights

Smitten Ice Cream to Open New Location in Pacific Heights

On a day like today, when the weather’s nice, ice cream is definitely in order. Cold, creamy and forever childhood-evoking, good ice cream is always a welcome escape. Local brand Smitten Ice Cream is always there to help out with the experience. Their unique liquid…

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SFMOMA Picks Local Roaster Sightglass

SFMOMA Picks Local Roaster Sightglass

The independent SF-based coffee roaster Sightglass, opened its second location in the Mission, in February last year and rapidly positioned itself as a destination for coffee snobs. So with the announcement of a partnership with the highly anticipated reopening of SFMOMA, 2015 is proving to…

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Sound Bite: Aster chef-owner Brett Cooper on New Californian Cuisine and Tattoos

Sound Bite: Aster chef-owner Brett Cooper on New Californian Cuisine and Tattoos

Pop-up restaurants are a local commonality these days, but a series of teaser pop-up dinners held in another restaurant’s space as a warm-up for a brick-and-mortar opening of the new spot? That’s rather innovative. But anything’s possible within a powerful restaurant group. The curious restaurant…

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