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Flour + Water to Begin Winemaker Dinner Series

Flour + Water to Begin Winemaker Dinner Series

The popular Mission restaurant Flour + Water is coming together with local wineries for a winemaker dinner series.

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More Love for Frances

More Love for Frances

If you thought reservations were tough to get at Frances right now, it may start getting even more difficult in the near future. Melissa Perello’s highly acclaimed Castro eatery made national news on Thursday, getting high praise from one Tim Zagat on NBC’s The Today…

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Wal-Mart Shifts Toward Healthy Foods

Wal-Mart Shifts Toward Healthy Foods

Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, has announced a five year plan to promote healthier foods in its stores. The plan sets specific targets for lowering sodium, trans fats and added sugars in many foods packaged under the company’s house brand, Great Value. Wal-Mart will also…

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Is it Over for Teatro ZinZanni?

Is it Over for Teatro ZinZanni?

Wacky circus dining experience and tourist magnet Teatro ZinZanni may be singing for the supper soon. As Grub Street reports, the venue, situated on Pier 29, will “have to pack up and move on next year, as the Port of S.F. clears the way for…

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New Metreon Food Court

New Metreon Food Court

Eater got the scoop on the Metreon revamp. Apparently the whole first floor will be “devoted to food with La Boulange Bakery, Best-O-Burger, Chipotle, Mixt Greens and Brandy Ho’s Hunan as some of the very likely contenders.” I’m really glad they are redoing the food…

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Hot Chefs

Hot Chefs

Which chef in the Bay Area do you think is the hottest? And, no, we’re not talking about a guy slaving in front of a stove with sweat dripping down his face. Although, that could be true as well. Eater is taking nominations for their…

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Sake Coming to Off the Grid

Sake Coming to Off the Grid

A new pop-up is hitting the weekend Off the Grid at McCoppin Hub. SFoodie has confirmed that starting this Saturday, Hayes Valley’s True Sake will be offering sake at Jackie’s Vinoteca and Café at 105 Valencia Street.

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Today is National Cheese Lover’s Day!

Today is National Cheese Lover’s Day!

That’s right Cheese Lovers; today is YOUR day. And while this hol[e]y cheese day has not made the official list of holiday observances in the U.S., there are plenty of ways to show your appreciation for cheese:

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Street Food Delivery

Street Food Delivery

Instead of spending half your day stalking your fav street food carts and desperately trying to get to them before they are sold out of that curry or crème brûlée you’ve been dreaming about, now you can get the cart to come to you. Introducing…

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Casting Call: Chopped

Casting Call: Chopped

The Food Network is casting professional chefs for its competitive cooking show “Chopped“.They are looking for “creative, dynamic, outgoing, experienced chefs, men and women, of any ethnicity and cooking specialty. Both traditional restaurant chefs as well as food truck/carts/underground pop-up chefs will be considered. They…

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Local Chocolatiers Tour

Local Chocolatiers Tour

First there was the Good Food Awards. Then there was Good Food Week. And now we’ve upped the ante to Good Food Month. What next? Good Food Spring? The Year of Good Food? Not that we’re complaining. Whatever it is, all this good food has…

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Bi-Rite Coming to Western Addition

Bi-Rite Coming to Western Addition

One of the city’s most successful local businesses, Bi-Rite, is now expanding out of the Mission to Divisadero in the Western Addition. 550 Divisadero, to be exact. Right next door to powerhouse restaurant, Nopa. Bi-Rite helped shape 18th Street’s gourmet ghetto, will it now join…

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