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Free Peet’s Coffee Today

Free Peet’s Coffee Today

In need of a little afternoon pick-me-up? Lucky you, Peet’s Coffee is giving away free small drip coffees today! The deal is valid at Peet’s retail locations only and you’ll need this coupon. Enjoy!

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Krispy Kreme Gets Healthier Menu

Krispy Kreme Gets Healthier Menu

Krispy Kreme has made a name for itself with a devoted following craving that box of hot, sugary donuts. But expect some major changes to the franchise’s menu in the near future.

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It’s Popping Off at The Corner

It’s Popping Off at The Corner

The Corner (2199 Mission St.) in the Mission is the site of an exciting concept in dining–The Pop-Up Restaurant–featuring a rotating cast of chefs and cuisines from around the city that are there one day, and gone the next.

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Dottie’s True Blue Cafe to Move

Dottie’s True Blue Cafe to Move

Tenderloin mainstay Dottie’s True Blue Cafe is set to move from its longtime digs due to rent increases. According to The Tender, the owner is looking to relocate somewhere in the neighborhood.

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Officials Predict Prolonged Rise in Food Prices

Officials Predict Prolonged Rise in Food Prices

A new joint report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Paris-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development has found that already skyrocketing food prices are likely to rise even further over the next decade.

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Free Chai & Cookies!

Free Chai & Cookies!

Kasa Indian Eatery is turning three. And like any good three-year old’s birthday party – they’ll be sugary treats for all to enjoy. On Saturday, June 18 from 11am onwards, they’ll be giving away free chai and Anthony’s Cookies .

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The Boxing Room: Opening Today in Hayes Valley (Yay!)

The Boxing Room: Opening Today in Hayes Valley (Yay!)

Absinthe lovers, it’s time to rejoice. Today marks the grand opening of the Boxing Room, Absinthe’s new sister restaurant located on the very same block. (Woo hoo!) The Boxing Room is a Cajun- and Creole-inspired spot housed on Gough and Grove in the spot that…

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Olive Oil Could Lower Risk of Stroke

Olive Oil Could Lower Risk of Stroke

Researchers have found that older people who use olive oil in their cooking and on their salads may have a lower risk of suffering a stroke.

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Favorite Burger Toppings: Fried Onion Strings

Favorite Burger Toppings: Fried Onion Strings

Hamburgers here in the Golden State are known to have some unique toppings, ranging from fresh avocado to fried farm eggs–you can add unique flair to ground chuck that brings out the very best flavors in the all-American sandwich. My personal favorite accoutrement are deep-fried…

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Plow Your Way Into the Potrero

Plow Your Way Into the Potrero

If you’ve read any of my posts, you’ve probably realized that I have a slight addiction to brunch. It’s my firm belief that there’s no better way to start the day then with a lazy, long meal involving eggs and coffee. This past Saturday my…

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Apples Top ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

Apples Top ‘Dirty Dozen’ List

The Washington-based nonprofit Environmental Working Group has released the latest edition of its “Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce,” a look at fruits and vegetables and their total pesticide loads.

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Video: The Whole Foods Parking Lot

Video: The Whole Foods Parking Lot

There’s Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Eminem and now this dude, who’s getting “seriously real” in a Whole Foods Parking Lot in Santa Monica, CA. He’s in a Prius and going through kombucha withdrawal and he means business. Hilarious.

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