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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. And Smitten Ice Cream is there to help in that process. Their unique liquid nitrogen-based method for…

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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 it 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…

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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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Sound Bites: Al’s Place Chef-Owner Aaron London Brings Veggies to the Forefront

Sound Bites: Al’s Place Chef-Owner Aaron London Brings Veggies to the Forefront

Al’s Place, on Valencia near 26th St., has gained a lot of attention in culinary circles with its unique approach to proteins. Vegetarian entrées are the focus of the new American menu with meat and fish sides, ranging from $10 to $17, that can be…

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Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella Reveals Massive 2015 Food Lineup

Coachella is following in the foot steps of Outside Lands with a food lineup featuring some of the hottest eateries from the LA scene. The Coachella 2015 food lineup offers a full range of simple bites like pizza and grilled cheese and gourmet options such as…

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Photos: Sunday Funday With Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival

Photos: Sunday Funday With Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival

The Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival was back with another sold-out extravaganza at Jack London Square, featuring unique bacon-infused recipes and local favorites from the craft beer scene.

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SF Street Food Festival Will Move to Dogpatch for 2015

SF Street Food Festival Will Move to Dogpatch for 2015

This year’s seventh annual San Francisco Street Food Festival, a celebration of local food and drink, community, and entrepreneurship, will be held over two days at new locations in the Dogpatch at Pier 70 on August 15-16.

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Rye Project’s Adam Mesnick Discusses the ‘Newish’ Jewish Deli Scene in SF

Rye Project’s Adam Mesnick Discusses the ‘Newish’ Jewish Deli Scene in SF

Jewish deli food is having a moment. Like ramen and the humble taco, it has been reinvented and challenged by a new generation with aspirations to make it trendy, accessible and fun. One of our local messengers of the deli reinvention is Adam Mesnick, the…

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Highlights and Photos from Off The Grid Fort Mason

Highlights and Photos from Off The Grid Fort Mason

Off the Grid returned to Fort Mason for the 2015 season on Friday, showcasing six new vendors and 24 returning favorites.

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Off The Grid Returns to Fort Mason This Friday

Off The Grid Returns to Fort Mason This Friday

Off The Grid’s short seasonal hiatus at Fort Mason ends this Friday as the weekly food truck gathering returns with seven new vendors and several returning vendors.

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Sound Bite: Farallon Executive Chef Ryan Simas on Cooking in San Francisco

Sound Bite: Farallon Executive Chef Ryan Simas on Cooking in San Francisco

As the executive chef of downtown seafood destination Farallon, Executive Chef Ryan Simas works closely with chef Mark Frantz and kitchen staff to deliver highly Instagrammable, tasty dishes. We caught up with him about cooking in San Francisco, food trends and Black Bass. What’s a…

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