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Oakland’s Chef Kyle Itani Debuts Ramen Pop-Up Series

Oakland’s Chef Kyle Itani Debuts Ramen Pop-Up Series

Chef Kyle Itani, chef and co-owner of the popular Hopscotch Restaurant, an American restaurant with a Japanese culinary twist, is about to embark on to his next cooking venture—Itani Ramen. In anticipation of the restaurant’s official opening (slated for mid-April) Itani has set up a…

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Six Food Trucks Worth Stopping For at Off the Grid Fort Mason

Six Food Trucks Worth Stopping For at Off the Grid Fort Mason

Rain or shine, Fort Mason’s Off the Grid is back for the spring-summer season. The food truck extravaganza, with multiple locations all across the Bay, still holds an intimate and magical feel at its mainstay spot at Fort Mason. And like dessert, there’s always room for…

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The Search for Perfect Sushi: Off-the-Menu Instagram-Only Reservations at Roka Akor

The Search for Perfect Sushi: Off-the-Menu Instagram-Only Reservations at Roka Akor

These days, the race for Instagram followers is fiercer than ever. As with every competitive marker, the consumer gets to have all the fun—consider, for example, Roka Akor‘s creative approach to the madness—a somewhat secret Omakase meal available only if you order it through the…

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San Francisco’s Best Brunches: The Castro

San Francisco’s Best Brunches: The Castro

It’s almost the weekend which means you can trade your rush hour commute for some prime time brunching! The Castro’s relaxed, slightly bohemian appeal is perfect for lazy brunching. From a truly French toast to the all-American breakfast, these are some of the neighborhood’s most…

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Mezcal & Pulque Pack a Powerful Punch at the Pop-Up Pulqueria

Mezcal & Pulque Pack a Powerful Punch at the Pop-Up Pulqueria

Everyone’s already crazy about mezcal and tequila, but pulque? Now that’s a new hip word to roll on your tongue. The traditional Mexican spirit has been described as “mezcal’s lesser known sister spirit” and is making a name for itself at the Pop-Up Pulqueria, hosted by Mezcalistas, the…

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San Francisco’s Newest Tiki Bar is Turning Heads: Pagan Idol

San Francisco’s Newest Tiki Bar is Turning Heads: Pagan Idol

Does San Francisco need another tiki bar? Maaaybe. And with lit-up aquariums and colorful screen doors, more pineapple juice than you can handle, exotic plants and a general vibe of mystery? Um, yes please! Pagan Idol, transports you right from the FiDi to some magical paradise, and…

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Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Kicking off the outdoor festival season, Montreal electro funk duo Chromeo will be doing a live music perfomance at the 17th annual SF Oysterfest on May 7 in Golden Gate Park. Located at Park’s Sharon Meadow, within walking distance to Haight Street, the all day food festival…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Gus’s Market, 30 Years of Family Business

Local Biz Spotlight: Gus’s Market, 30 Years of Family Business

In San Francisco’s bubbly start-up, pop-up loving foodie environment, there’s something nostalgically satisfying about a thirty-year-old family business opening its third location here. Right on trend with the national food markets invasion, Gus’s Community Market has a new spot in the Mission. Their butcher shop,…

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Keepin’ It Classy: Valentine’s Date Night Dining Ideas

Keepin’ It Classy: Valentine’s Date Night Dining Ideas

It’s that time of the year again – the time of sticky-sweet comedy releases (or, on the flip side, ‘single and loving it’ comedy releases), gift guides and an excuse to do a little wine & dine. Don’t worry, Netflix & Chill nights are still…

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New Restaurant on the Block: Volta

New Restaurant on the Block: Volta

Renovations lasted for ever, and the office workers on Mission street were getting antsier and antsier, but the result is worth the wait. Volta, the newest restaurant by Umberto Gibin and Staffan Terje, the owners of Perbacco and barbacco, is now open for lunch and dinner….

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Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Best Places to Watch Super Bowl 50 in the SF Bay Area

Even if you don’t cheer for the Denver Broncos, the Carolina Panthers, or enjoy football, the Super Bowl is the biggest American sporting event and the second largest eating (and drinking) holiday after Thanksgiving. In other words, here’s a momentous occassion to get your eat,…

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San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Mission District

San Francisco’s Best Brunches: Mission District

Brunch is a religion of sorts, with lots of sleepy worshipers who tend to have strong convictions and favorite holy sites. Every neighborhood has its own brunch culture, and we’re here to map it out. First up: the Mission, where brunch goes international and very,…

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