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Guinness World Record Event

Guinness World Record Event

This Saturday is National Picnic Day (is it even possible to plan a proper picnic during “summer” in San Francisco due to the foggy, windy and unpredictable weather?) and Safeway is planning to make some news by breaking the Guinness World Record for the Longest…

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SF Underground Market Grounded

SF Underground Market Grounded

It was a simple tweet from ForageSF founder Iso Rabins as the monthly Underground Market was taking place in the Mission District this past Saturday.

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Dosa Valencia to Temporarily Close

Dosa Valencia to Temporarily Close

The popular South Indian eatery in the Mission is set to close from June 22 – 29 for renovations. They’re snazzing it up with a “new bar, new furniture, floors, artwork and lighting.” That means you’ll just have to go to Udupi Palace or trek…

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The Battle of the Kebabs: Hayes Valley

The Battle of the Kebabs: Hayes Valley

I love kebabs and I love Hayes Valley. (It’s also where I happen to live.) Clearly it’s no surprise that my favorite quick ‘n’ healthy dinner spot is Hayes and Kebab.

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Marie Callender’s Closes Several Bay Area Chains

Marie Callender’s Closes Several Bay Area Chains

Perkins & Marie Callender’s Inc. has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and also has announced plans to close 65 restaurants nationwide, including seven in the Bay Area.

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Alice Waters to Serve First Lady Breakfast

Alice Waters to Serve First Lady Breakfast

First Lady Michelle Obama will be making her way to the Bay Area on Tuesday, raising funds for her husband’s reelection campaign.

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Guy Fieri to Open First Restaurant in East Bay

Guy Fieri to Open First Restaurant in East Bay

You may be sick of him with his multiple TV shows on the Food Network, new cookbook and hosting duties on NBC’s “Minute to Win It.” But East Bay residents will be seeing more of Guy Fieri in the near future.

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Foodies, Non-Fiction

Foodies, Non-Fiction

San Francisco is a city constantly catering to people who love food and to intellectuals passionate about knowledge. Omnivore Books on Food (3885 Cesar Chavez Street) brings these worlds together into one quaint, laid-back locale in the outer, outer mission.

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Bites on Broadway Debuts in Oakland

Bites on Broadway Debuts in Oakland

Celebrating Oakland’s burgeoning mobile food vending scene, Bites on Broadway kicks off Friday night on 45th and Broadway in front of Oakland Technical High School.

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Grilled Cheese Crawl

Grilled Cheese Crawl

Get your cheesy goodness on this week at the Grilled Cheese Crawl happening at select restaurants around the city. Sponsored by Tillamook and their Loaf Love Tour has partnered with five notable Bay Area restaurants – each offering their take on specialty melts, sandwiches and…

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Celebrating Soy and Tofu in San Francisco

Celebrating Soy and Tofu in San Francisco

The Nichi Bei Foundation is launching a new event on Saturday, the Northern California Soy and Tofu Festival: Discover the Joy of Soy.

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Reports: Bean Sprouts Caused E. coli Outbreak

Reports: Bean Sprouts Caused E. coli Outbreak

Investigators have announced that they believe German vegetable sprouts caused the E. coli outbreak that has killed 31 people and sickened nearly 3,100 others.

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