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Honey Buzz

Honey Buzz

It’s sick season and I’ve been using more honey than I’ve had all year to tend to my colds. I’ve already gone through an entire bottle. But if you’re looking for nuance and taste rather than mere utilitarianism then perhaps you should take a gander…

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Drinking Less During the Holidays

Drinking Less During the Holidays

Excess is everywhere when it comes to the holidays. As a whole, we usually eat more, drink more and spend more when the weather gets cold. As is the norm, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism has provided a number of resources related…

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Brick & Bottle – Comfort food and cocktails

Brick & Bottle – Comfort food and cocktails

Brick & Bottle, the Corte Madera newbie focused on delivering California comfort food and respectable cocktails, just passed its six-month birthday.  Local chef Scott Howard celebrated his Marin homecoming at the location, housed in the back of a nondescript strip mall, the former home of…

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CODA to Close

CODA to Close

Coda, the jazz supperclub on Mission and Duboce will be closing its doors on January 1st after roughly a year and a half. It’s a difficult space to occupy being right next to an underpass and with limited street parking; several venues have since come…

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A16 Welcomes Back Familiar Face

A16 Welcomes Back Familiar Face

A16, the Italian standby in the Marina/Cow Hollow, is welcoming back its first chef, Christophe Hille for two nights this week.

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Free Pizza!

Free Pizza!

Speaking of pizza…fav fancy pizza joint Pauline’s Pizza is celebrating its 25th birthday. In honor of this special occasion she’s going to wear a dress two sizes too small for her, have way too many shots at Casanova’s, make out with some hipster dude in…

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Apps for Foodies

Apps for Foodies

With the advent of smart phones, there is seemingly an app available for everything, including many for the foodies in your life. NPR “Weekend Edition” commentator Bonny Wolf has a few suggestions, with everything from menu planning to finding a restaurant you’ve been dying to…

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Underground Pop-Up Dinner Group Debuts in Cole Valley

Underground Pop-Up Dinner Group Debuts in Cole Valley

A new set of pop-up, underground dinners is set to launch this weekend with a pair of meals from the Stag Dining Group.

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Loving Hut Comes to the Inner Sunset

Loving Hut Comes to the Inner Sunset

Yes, it quite possibly has the worst restaurant name ever (Is it a back alley massage parlor that gives happy endings? Is it a name for a Burning Man camp?), but Loving Hut is a dee-licious vegan restaurant that serves up the best vegan sandwich…

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Ike’s Place is Approved for the Castro

Ike’s Place is Approved for the Castro

The controversial sandwich shop Ike’s Place and its owner Ike Shehadeh scored a major victory on Thursday. The San Francisco Planning Commision voted unanimously to approve plans for the shuttered shop to move into a new location in the Castro at Sanchez and 16th Streets.

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Cookhouse: Eat, drink, be merry and let someone else clean up

Cookhouse: Eat, drink, be merry and let someone else clean up

Holiday season is all about parties. Ugly Sweater parties, cocktail parties, black-tie events, and especially dinner parties.  The calendar books up from the start of December until everyone jumps on a plane, train or automobile to head back for some quality family time. If you…

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A Taste of Torino at Perbacco

A Taste of Torino at Perbacco

With the holiday season in full swing, many San Francisco restaurants are getting into the spirit by offering special items on both their food and drink menus. But Perbacco, located in the heart of the Financial District, is going a step further.

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