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Bringing Il Cane Rosso to the Mission

Bringing Il Cane Rosso to the Mission

Il Cane Rosso chef/owner Lauren Kiino is bringing her talents to the Mission District on Friday night for a special three course meal at Coffee Bar.

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Photos: Iron Cupcake

Photos: Iron Cupcake

Iron Cupcake’s January Challenge was themed “Bakesale” and took place at Leland Tea this week. All the cupcakes looked absolutely delicious! Check them out yourself – right here.

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$5 Pisco Party at La Mar Cebicheria

$5 Pisco Party at La Mar Cebicheria

The time has come to talk about a little liquor called “pisco.”  There is a constant battle around the origins of pisco.  Peru and Chile vehemently argue around who was the first to introduce this amber-colored liquor distilled from grapes to the world.  I am…

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New Restaurant Alert: Source

New Restaurant Alert: Source

Paolo Lucchesi at Inside Scoop just revealed that a new restaurant called Source is set to open in the design district in early March. Ah, just what the city needs – another vegetarian restaurant. And I’m not being sarcastic. With a crop of new restaurants…

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Tenderloin Coffee Crawl

Tenderloin Coffee Crawl

The ‘Loin is known for a lot of things – crackheads, crime, poverty – and, increasingly, it is also becoming known for great bars, restaurants and…coffee houses. The Tenderblog announced that there will be a Tenderloin Coffee Crawl this Saturday, 2-5pm. They’ll be visiting: Hooker’s…

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The Best-Designed Restaurant in SF

The Best-Designed Restaurant in SF

And the winner is…Local Mission Eatery! California Home and Design asked readers which restaurant sported the best design in San Francisco and, after more than 3,000 votes, Local Mission Eatery was declared the winner with 741 votes.

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New Mission Brewery

New Mission Brewery

It’s almost time for Beer Week, so obviously hops, barley and breweries are on one’s the mind. So imagine our delight when we learned that Anthony LaVia (of Gestalt Haus and Matador SF) is opening a gastro pub and brewery, called the Southern Pacific Brewing…

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Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

Mollie Stone’s Comes to the Castro

The SF Appeal reports that Mollie Stone’s has just confirmed that it will indeed take over the space vacated by the recently shutdown Delano’s grocery on 18th Street in the Castro. They plan to open in early March.

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Oprah Going Vegan

Oprah Going Vegan

Well, at least for a week. Talk show host and media demi-god, Oprah Winfrey, along with her 378 staffers have decided to go vegan for one week. That’s seven days of no meat, no dairy, no eggs and no animal products whatsoever. Let’s see if…

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Best Italian in SF

Best Italian in SF

San Francisco is well known for having a very diverse food culture. It is one of those cities where you can walk down a block and find a great Chinese restaurant, sushi and a pizzeria, all within a few hundred feet of each other.

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Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Couples Cooking Classes for Valentine’s Day

Looking for something to do with your sweetheart on Valentine’s other than flowers, chocolates and a dinner date? Why not try out a cooking class instead? Parties that Cook is offering an array of classes, starting this week and going through the 14th, for both…

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Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Brick and Mortar v. Food Truck

Jay Hamada owner of JapaCurry food truck just wants to sell some good food. But some people – namely Alison Rowe of Harvest and Rowe a brick and mortar restaurant a few doors down – just won’t let him. Is it because he doesn’t have…

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