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Munchies and Music

Munchies and Music

What happens when you take a farmer’s market and bring it inside a cool venue in the Mission and then top it off with some DJs? You get ForageSF‘s Underground Market. The market is a venue where you can taste and purchase the food that…

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Scoring Coveted Last Minute Reservations

Scoring Coveted Last Minute Reservations

Have you ever had a problem getting a reservation at that hot new restaurant in San Francisco? Or the place you’ve been dying to try is booked on your one free night?

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Baking Classes & Pie Contests

Baking Classes & Pie Contests

SusieCakes in the Marina is gearing up for National Pie Day, January 22nd (why is this not a national holiday?), by holding a pie recipe contest. It is also hosting some cool baking classes.

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Restaurant Rumor: The Library

Restaurant Rumor: The Library

A little birdie reports that Jay Foster, the genius chef of southern-style cuisine and owner of Farmer Brown (one of my all-time fav joints in the city) and Little Skillet, may be opening up a new culinary venture on Geary Blvd. in the Fillmore/Japantown called…

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Event: Dine About Town

Event: Dine About Town

The 10th Annual Dine About Town kicks off today with a lil’ shindig at City View in the Metreon. It runs through Monday, January 31st and some of the best restaurants in town are participating this year. This is a great way to sample fare…

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Your Brain on Food

Your Brain on Food

You remember those “This Is Your Brain on Drugs” PSAs from the 80s? Well, now they just may need to create a new set – “This Is Your Brain on Food.” A new study at NYU School of Medicine and the Nathan Kline Institute discovered…

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Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Take a break in Berkeley, taste Ippuku

Ippuku is a great addition to downtown Berkeley ! It’s ideal for drinking and snacking after a long day. It’s different from any other Japanese restaurants in the area, serving the typical sushi.

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Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Jaime Oliver Comes to L.A.

Watch out Tinseltown – the food revolution is coming to you! International superstar chef Jaime Oliver is gearing up to film the second season of his reality show “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution” in Westwood. I liked the concept of the first season which took place…

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Menu Reveal: Straw

Menu Reveal: Straw

Much-anticipated carnival-themed Hayes Valley restaurant Straw is set to open on Jan 24th. Yesterday they revealed their menu, and it looks more delectable than imagined.

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Namu Produce Boxes

Namu Produce Boxes

CSAs are great. But unless you live in a commune, it’s hard to consume 5lbs of green beans in a week, especially if you live by yourself, or with only 1-2 other people. Enter restaurant Namu‘s take on farm-to-table produce boxes. They’ve paired down the…

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Ramen A Go-Go

Ramen A Go-Go

Slurp! Ramen isn’t just for 2am all-nighters in college. The Chronicle’s Janny Hu traces the history of the quick-cook noodle from its Japanese street food origins to its latest incarnation in high-end dining. So – where is the best place to get your ramen on…

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$5,000 Burger? What recession?

$5,000 Burger? What recession?

How much would you pay for a really good burger? $10? $20? $50? How about $5,000?  The Wall Street Journal details how Hubert Keller of San Francisco’s Fleur de Lys and Burger Bar laughs in the face of the recession.  His new Las Vegas restaurant,…

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