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‘Soup Nazi’ Set to Open First Shop in San Francisco

‘Soup Nazi’ Set to Open First Shop in San Francisco

Millions of people remember the character from Seinfeld, the famed “Soup Nazi.” But Al Yeganeh, the legendary SoupMan, is actually a real person and has a real soup shop in New York. And now, he’s coming to Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.

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Millennium to Host 1st Sparkling Wine Dinner

Millennium to Host 1st Sparkling Wine Dinner

San Francisco’s vegan/vegetarian stalwart Millennium is celebrating the start of the warm spring weather (at least we hope if gets warm) with its first-ever Sparkling Wine Dinner.

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Sam’s ChowderMobile: Bringing Northeast Flavor to the West Coast

Sam’s ChowderMobile: Bringing Northeast Flavor to the West Coast

Being that the freshest, most delicious lobsters on the planet come from the faraway reaches of Maine, it usually isn’t the most sensible cuisine to order in the Bay Area. Yet I love this cravenly crustacean with all my heart and just can’t bring myself…

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New Farmers’ Market to Debut in Glen Park

New Farmers’ Market to Debut in Glen Park

After more than three years of work by the local merchants association, San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood is set to hold its first farmers’ market on Sunday.

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Pizza Throwdown at Coffee Bar

Pizza Throwdown at Coffee Bar

Four traveling pizza ovens and the chefs behind them will take their pizza-making skills to Coffee Bar on Friday night for a friendly competition: a pizza throwdown.

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In N’ Out N’ Texas?!

In N’ Out N’ Texas?!

Although it doesn’t truly effect us here in the Bay Area, the essential West Coast fastfood destination has made it’s way to the Lone Star State, and Texas’s reception to In N’ Out has been in-sane n’ out of this world. You have to watch…

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Breakfast at the Ferry Building

Breakfast at the Ferry Building

The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture is celebrating the Ferry Plaza Farmers’ Market community on Saturday with its 11th annual Spring Breakfast fundraiser.

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Benefit to be Held for SF School

Benefit to be Held for SF School

In 2006, the Daniel Webster Elementary School in San Francisco was slated for closure as the city faced mounting budget problems. With one of the poorest populations in San Francisco and low student test scores, most felt there was little hope for saving the school.

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Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

Class: Chocolate Deconstructed

18 Reasons hosts an array of super cool and interesting classes, but this one definitely struck my sweettooth eye. Next Wednesday Zohara Mapes, with SF’s own TCHO chocolates, will be giving attendees the insidescoop on being a chocolatier. And you can bet there’ll be plenty…

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A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

A New Redevelopment Plan for SF

One of the most difficult aspects of trying to run a restaurant or small business in SF is the high cost of renting space. But what if you’re a business owner and have a chance to build a temporary space for a few years, then…

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Spencer’s Pantry: Fine Dining Catering

Spencer’s Pantry: Fine Dining Catering

I like to cook. I also like to eat. Hosting dinner parties is a simple way to accomplish both. Yet when you have a big event coming up and, frankly, you would rather sit down, open a bottle of slutty Cab and unwind over good conversation, all…

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Food Blogs: A Brief History

Food Blogs: A Brief History

Saveur (every time I even think of Saveur an image of editor and “Top Chef Masters” judge James Oseland’s curdled, scrunched up face pops into my head) blogger Ganda Suthivarakom has traced the history and evolution of food blogs. This is kind of awesome.

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