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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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Kin Khao, Pink Zebra Named on GQ’s Best Restaurants List

Kin Khao, Pink Zebra Named on GQ’s Best Restaurants List

Just two months into 2015, GQ has named its 25 most outstanding restaurants for the year, including two picks from San Francisco. Downtown Thai eatery Kin Khao snagged the No. 6 spot on GQ food critic Alan Richman’s list with “some of the most complex…

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Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Oakland’s Bacon and Beer Festival Returns in March

Bacon and beer lovers can gather on Sunday, March 15 to sample creative dishes and fine brew at the Oakland Bacon and Beer Festival, presented as a fundraiser for not-for-profit community organization Oakland Grown. The festival, back for it’s second year in Oakland after debuting…

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Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

2015′s James Beard Awards semi-finalists were announced today, with a hefty Bay Area representation in the list. Until the nominees are finalized on March 24th, there’s plenty of time to take pride in some of our favorite local eateries. San Francisco naturally tops the list…

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2015 Good Food Award Winners Announced

2015 Good Food Award Winners Announced

Food producers from throughout the United States gathered in San Francisco on Wednesday for the unveiling of 2015′s Good Food Awards. The awards are designed to highlight regional food companies that consider sustainability and social responsibility with their products. This year, 146 awards were given…

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First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

Chris Cosentino’s new SoMa eatery, Cockscomb, is now officially alive and kicking. The name is hard to pronounce, the entrance is hidden, the location is hot – this is the baseline for Cosentino’s much anticipated restaurant. Almost simultaneously, Cosentino’s previous venture, Porcellino (a reincarnation of…

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Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Boston will get a taste of “Kung Fu Panda” action with the recent acquisition of Giants third-base slugger Pablo Sandoval, and now the Bay Area will get a taste of East Coast staple Dunkin’ Donuts after the announcement of more than 200 new locations of…

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