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6 Cozy Cafes for Coffee Shop Meet Ups

6 Cozy Cafes for Coffee Shop Meet Ups

Whether you’re meeting a new friend in an unfamiliar neighborhood, holding a brainstorming session with colleagues, or perhaps on that oh-so-casual coffee date (that’s not a date, or is it?!). No matter the scenario, picking the right environment can really make quite the difference. But…

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Mission Chinese Serves Up New Cookbook

Mission Chinese Serves Up New Cookbook

If you ever marveled at Mission Chinese Kung Pao Pastrami or licked your fingers after yet another helping of Chongquing Chicken Wings, you’re probably not surprised that this gem also grabbed the attention of Ecco/Anthony Bourdain Books, now issuing a book dedicated to Danny Bowien’s culinary…

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Blackbird Launches Hip Hop Themed Cocktail Menu

Blackbird Launches Hip Hop Themed Cocktail Menu

  With Straight Outta Compton scorching screens everywhere, and throwback radio stations having a revival, it’s obviously the perfect time to usher in some hip hop themed cocktails. Blackbird, a rustic-modern Market Street bar known for their creative and classic approach to drinks, has launched a…

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Apps to the Test: The Skinny on Sprig Meal Delivery

Apps to the Test: The Skinny on Sprig Meal Delivery

Food delivery apps are the new clothing resale apps – they’re everywhere these days, and the selection can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. To make your lunch break adventure a bit easier, I examine the newest food delivery apps and rate them. Let’s begin with…

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Allset App: Four Ways Your Relationship with Lunch Just Became More Zen

Allset App: Four Ways Your Relationship with Lunch Just Became More Zen

Your chance to majorly step up your lunch game has arrived. Starting today, a fast-paced schedule doesn’t have to mean your relationship with lunch has to suffer. Start skipping the line like a whiz kid at popular San Francisco restaurants, including Arte Ristorante, Atlas Tap…

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Coffee with My Favorite Barista, A Farewell to La Boulange

Coffee with My Favorite Barista, A Farewell to La Boulange

After just under twenty years, La Boulange closes its final locations tomorrow. Within this month, all twenty-three locations were scheduled to close. The story of La Boulange starts kind of like an entrepreneurial fairy tale. A modest bakery with adorable yellow roof awnings, clever sandwich…

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5 Not To Be Missed Vendors at Eat Real, Oakland’s Free Food Festival

5 Not To Be Missed Vendors at Eat Real, Oakland’s Free Food Festival

Jack London Square’s free food festival, Eat Real, is right around the corner! Eat Real will celebrate good food, local, organic, and sustainable ingredients from Friday, September 18th through Sunday, September 20th. The street food festival and block party promises to bring a huge selection…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Tenderloin

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Tenderloin

The Tenderloin’s foodie revival isn’t lost on the most important meal of the day – the mighty lunch. Here are the neighborhood’s best choices for an affordable, delicious lunch. Brenda’s French Soul Food The celebrated institution offers a classy, satisfying option for lunch – a…

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Bayview Gets Boozy Boost with Brewery and Distillery

Bayview Gets Boozy Boost with Brewery and Distillery

After all the buzz around Tenderloin’s gastronomic revival, it looks like Bayview is up next for underground hip status, and not thanks to the growing Instagram popularity of Flora Grubb Gardens alone. The neighborhood already nailed the holy trinity of meat, bread and wine –…

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Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Returns with Stellar Bay Area Lineup

Noise Pop’s 20th Street Block Party Returns with Stellar Bay Area Lineup

Independent music promoter Noise Pop announced the return of the 20th Street Block Party to the Mission District with a large music lineup headlined by alt-folk group Thao & The Get Down Stay Down and singer-songwriter Nick Waterhouse. The free neighborhood celebration with two performances…

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Adios, Mission. Dogpatch Becomes New Home for Street Food Festival

Adios, Mission. Dogpatch Becomes New Home for Street Food Festival

This past weekend marked the seventh-annual San Francisco Street Food Festival where food trucks and aspiring chefs from La Cocina brought their culinary creations to the public. For the first time since its inception as a large-scale outdoor street market, which blocked off sections of…

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Sprig to Host State Bird Provisions’ Stuart Brioza

Sprig to Host State Bird Provisions’ Stuart Brioza

The whole app food delivery business is on the verge of becoming the norm, and competition is fierce. How do you stand out? By attracting big local names to cook clever, colorful dishes and including them in the delivery menu. Sprig, the healthy meals delivery…

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