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Smitten Ice Cream Set to Open First Shop

Smitten Ice Cream Set to Open First Shop

Robyn Sue Goldman is finally parking her red Radio Flyer wagon at a more permanent location.

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Casting Call: Kitchen Nightmares

Casting Call: Kitchen Nightmares

Do you enjoy watching celebrity chef and “American Idol” fan Gordon Ramsay yell at people? Does the sight of him making kitchen staff crumble into tears give you a warm schadenfreude-y glow? Yes? Then consider nominating your favorite fledgling restaurant for “Kitchen Nightmares”.

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Gift Certificates for Coats at McCormick & Kuleto’s

Gift Certificates for Coats at McCormick & Kuleto’s

With only a week left in March, it means you still have time to help those in need while also getting a gift for yourself.

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I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I Remember the First Time I Ever…

On today’s exciting blogisode I’m introducing a new series called “I Remember the 1st Time I Ever…” an exciting new way to reminisce about your most memorable culinary adventures. I remember the first time I ever ate a SpruceBurger from Spruce over in Laurel Heights.

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Zpizza Opens with FREE slices

Zpizza Opens with FREE slices

There’s a new pizzeria in town. One based on local, organic and fresh ingredients. This artisanal pizzeria is having its grand opening tomorrow and in honor they are offering up free slices and fountain drinks tomorrow, Friday March 25, 11-12pm and 5-6pm.

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New Wine Service Offered by A16 and SPQR

New Wine Service Offered by A16 and SPQR

Shelley Lindgren, the wine director and co-owner of San Francisco’s A16 and SPQR, is making it easier for customers to grab that favorite bottle of wine that they haven’t been able to track down.

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Tuk Tuk 2 Go

Tuk Tuk 2 Go

North Beach is home to great bars and of course a slew of flashy, if-not-always-palatable, Italian fare. If you live in this neighborhood you know you’ve gotta poke around to find local spots with consistently delicious and affordable food in what is a notoriously-touristy part…

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Blue Fig

Blue Fig

Looking for an unexpected surprise? Disguised as a tiny cafe, Blue Fig’s flavorful food will throw you for a loop.

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Popsicles = a new trend?

Popsicles = a new trend?

It’s been a cloudy, rainy couple weeks in San Francisco, but it did officially become Spring this past Monday. And while summer is a cold, foggy mess here in the city, spring can be a bounty of warm, sun-drenched days. The perfect time to enjoy…

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Chef Chris Cosentino Will Buy you a Beer

Chef Chris Cosentino Will Buy you a Beer

Taste of the Nation is fast approaching and this pre-event will help get you warmed up. Taking place at Incanto tomorrow, Thursday, March 24th, from 5:30 to 8:30pm, you’ll be able to get $10 off TotN tix AND Chef Cosentino will buy a beer for…

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Indian Street Food Pop-up – Tonight!

Indian Street Food Pop-up – Tonight!

The folks at Kasa Eatery have been hosting a pop-up at The Corner (18th and Mission) on Wednesdays in March (next week will be the last Kasa pop-up there). Tonight the theme is The Perfect Indian Wedding: Vegan Indian Food. Yum!

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El Bulli to Close its Doors

El Bulli to Close its Doors

El Bulli, considered by many to be the finest restaurant in the world (and winning that actual title five times), is closing its doors July 30th with a 48-course menu. Located on a remote cliff overlooking the Mediterranean in northern Spain, the restaurant is hailed…

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