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SF Restaurant Week: 4 Really Good Deals

SF Restaurant Week: 4 Really Good Deals

Restaurant Weeks can be tricky – genuinely awesome deals are in the mix with less standout offerings, and the options? Endless! Between January 20 -31st, it’s open season for trying out a wide range of SF restaurants, an opportunity to try out that restaurant you…

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Best New Restaurants of 2015

Best New Restaurants of 2015

  Being a foodie in the city is a 24/7, non-stop commitment. New places pop up all the time, their 15 minutes of fame short and sweet. A great review here, an Instagram frenzy there, and everyone moves on to the next “It” destination. What…

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Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

Holidays in SF: Seasonal Cocktails Now, Gift Wrapping Later

The shopping frenzy, the Christmas lights everywhere, the holiday cheer – the list of reasons to have a drink goes on and on this time of year. And while you’re drowning your gratitude, winter blues, or last minute shopping in booze (hey, we’re not here…

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Casual and Classy: Little Gem Restaurant Opens in Hayes Valley

Casual and Classy: Little Gem Restaurant Opens in Hayes Valley

Modern California eatery Little Gem opened last week at 400 Grove Street (at Gough) in Hayes Valley. The 2,000 square foot space in a newly constructed building currently has 78 seats available for dinner, lunch, and weekend brunch. The team behind Little Gem has decades…

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Culinary Collabs: Italian Chef Mario Batali & NorCal’s Belcampo Meat

Culinary Collabs: Italian Chef Mario Batali & NorCal’s Belcampo Meat

The trend of lucrative collaborations has reached an unexpected frontier – charcuterie! The superstar of everything Italian Mario Batali and Belcampo Meat Co, the prime Northern Californian destination for prime cuts, announced a gourmet ‘collection’ of collaborative salumi called “Belcampo by Mario Batali”. The new…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Financial District

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Financial District

The Financial District is an endless sea of lunch spots, where uninspiring options are intermixed with worthy gems. Also being the place where everyone goes for lunch at the very same time, the crowds and the seemingly endless number of choices can overwhelm even the sturdiest of…

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The Gift of Local Cookbooks: San Francisco’s Best

The Gift of Local Cookbooks: San Francisco’s Best

These days, a cookbook is one of those can’t-fail holiday gifts. As everyone’s stepping further and further away from the basics and going full-on foodie, a cookbook isn’t considered a ‘you can’t cook’ insult anymore, but rather an attempt to expand on one’s experience and…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

The Dogpatch is tiny but mighty – sandwiched between Portero Hill and the water, if offers industrial charm and some of the city’s most beloved lunch spots. Here’s where you won’t go wrong. Marcella’s Lasagneria A cheesy, luscious lasagna for lunch? Yes, please. Marcella’s setting…

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Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing Company Hosts Whisk(e)y Week: Flights & Special Menu

Smokestack at Magnolia Brewing Company Hosts Whisk(e)y Week: Flights & Special Menu

Attention, whiskey lovers! Smokestack, the BBQ-meets-brewery by Magnolia Brewing Company, is hosting a four day whisky special, with unique whiskey cocktails and flights. The special whiskey tasting flight, for example, will include some of Smokestack’s private single barrels, offering three different options for $24. Also…

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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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