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Baseball and BBQ Hits Oakland

Baseball and BBQ Hits Oakland

Baseball and barbecue- the perfect combination! And it’s all going down at O.co Coliseum (I still call it the Coliseum) on Saturday for the first annual Bay Area BBQ Championship.

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Four Fast Food Chains Get Poor Marks

Four Fast Food Chains Get Poor Marks

A new Consumer Reports survey of subscribers has found that fast food chains Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald’s and Taco Bell are the worst of those surveyed, mainly because of an uninspiring menu.

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Italian Style Cheesecake FTW

Italian Style Cheesecake FTW

Not all cheesecake is created equal. There are two main camps: New York Style, featuring good ol’ fashioned cream cheese–like you’d put on your bagel, and then there’s the Italian Style, which relies on Ricotta cheese for its heavenly base.

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First Bites: Bamboo Asia

First Bites: Bamboo Asia

Working in the Financial District, I am always looking for places to grab a quick bite to eat.  So whenever a new place opens, it definitely grabs my attention.

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The Fabulous Frickle Brothers

The Fabulous Frickle Brothers

I love pickles. I even had my mom send me her secret recipe for homemade pickles. So when I heard about deep fried pickles, I didn’t know how to react. But that seems to be the usual reaction to frickles, according to The Fabulous Frickle…

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FiDi’s Latest and Greatest: Bluestem Brasserie

FiDi’s Latest and Greatest: Bluestem Brasserie

We’ve all had one of those days. You’re sitting in your cubicle, it’s almost 5pm, and you’re caught in a lengthy email debate trying to decide where to happy hour. Forty-five emails later, the verdict is still out and the clocks about to strike alcohol-o-clock….

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Brew Master Dishes on Sake in the Bay Area

Brew Master Dishes on Sake in the Bay Area

Philip Harper fell in love with sake the first time he drank a sip.  A graduate of Oxford University, he moved to Japan to teach English. That move would change his life forever.

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First Bite: Bacon Bacon Truck to Launch Next Week

First Bite: Bacon Bacon Truck to Launch Next Week

Bacon. Most people love it and many are in fact obsessed with it. That’s just one of the reasons Jim Angelus is about to launch the Bacon Bacon Truck to the masses in San Francisco.

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Dollar Lunch Day Comes to SF, TODAY!

Dollar Lunch Day Comes to SF, TODAY!

Living Social, the hugely-popular online coupon company, is offering dollar lunches around San Francisco today, and today ONLY. In order to cash in on this insane deal, simply head over to the Living Social website and sign up for a free membership. But don’t delay,…

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Beer Month at A16

Beer Month at A16

Italian restaurant A16 may be known for its wine list, but this month it’ll be all about the beer. Every Thursday night in July, Michael Meier will be hosting a “beer night” where he’ll be pouring two selections while Chef David Taylor will be preparing…

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CA Assembly Approves Ban of Caffeine-Laced Alcoholic Drinks

CA Assembly Approves Ban of Caffeine-Laced Alcoholic Drinks

The California Assembly has approved a bill that would prohibit the production and sale of beer laced with caffeine.

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7-Eleven Giving Away Free Slurpees

7-Eleven Giving Away Free Slurpees

While it may not be warm enough in parts of the Bay Area, participating 7-Eleven convenience stores are marking the chain’s birthday with free Slurpees.

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