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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Wishing you a happy holiday season and all the best in the coming year! From SF Station’s family to yours. That being said, we hope you get some killer presents and don’t get too drunk on all that spiked egg nog. And for those of…

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TruxMap

TruxMap

Now you can track all your fav food trucks via one simple iPhone app: TruxMap (the lite version is free). And if you don’t have an iPhone or are on your desktop, you can just use the Food Truck Map. This way you can track…

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Oprah Shares Her Love for Napa Winery

Oprah Shares Her Love for Napa Winery

The Blackbird Vineyards Flock Box Collection is getting national recognition, earning a spot in the January 2011 issue of Oprah Winfrey’s O Magazine.

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Controversy Grows Over Photo of Food Critic

Controversy Grows Over Photo of Food Critic

One picture has many in the food world buzzing and taking sides. S. Irene Virbila, the venerable restaurant critic at the L.A. Times for the last 16 years, visited the Red Medicine restaurant in Beverly Hills this week, only to have her party turned away…

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Good Karmal – Karma for your mouth and soul

Good Karmal – Karma for your mouth and soul

“Nothing is worth more than this day.” – Goethe That is the soft reminder inscribed on the blue paper wrapped around my sea salt caramel from Good Karmal. With operations in Bozeman, MT, the folks over at Good Karmal hope to offer a bit of…

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Obamas to Enjoy Napa for Holidays

Obamas to Enjoy Napa for Holidays

No, President Barack Obama and his family will not be visiting wine country over the holidays. But First Lady Michelle Obama’s press secretary, Katie McCormick Lelyveld tells the Wall Street Journal that they will be enjoying some of their favorite wines from the area.

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Pot & Pantry

Pot & Pantry

Step aside Williams-Sonoma, there’s another player in town. Pot & Pantry, selling “new and gently used kitchenware, accessories, and gadgets”, has opened its storefront on a quiet strip of 22nd Street at Guerrero. SF Station writer Michelle Sieling gives you the scoop on this new…

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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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