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Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

I love Indian food and I adore Thai food. Clearly, it’s no surprise that Burmese food (bring kinda like a blend of Bombay and Bangkok) is one of my all-time favorite ethnic eats.

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S’more Bites

S’more Bites

All the deliciousness of a s’more in one bite-sized, easy to eat portion? Yes, please. This weekend is Memorial Day weekend and if you’re going camping like the thousands of others out there, you can make your own s’mores over a toasty campfire. Otherwise, there…

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Fresh and Easy Set to Open

Fresh and Easy Set to Open

The UK supermarket chain is all set to open outposts in SF. And they’ve set a date(s): June 22nd for the Richmond District store and August 24th for the new Bayview location. They’re also hiring – $10/hr with benefits.

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Underground Market: Food, Music and Big Crowds

Underground Market: Food, Music and Big Crowds

ForageSF held its monthly Underground Market at Public Works this past weekend. And the overall event is quite a scene.

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Gilt Taste: Your Not-So-Guilty Source for Gourmet Foods

Gilt Taste: Your Not-So-Guilty Source for Gourmet Foods

When I first heard about Gilt Groupe, the online discount site for high-end fashion, I signed right up for their newsletters. Three years later, and I haven’t ordered a thing but I still marvel at the glamorous couture featured on the site. On May 18th,…

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A Favorite from LA Expands to The Bay

A Favorite from LA Expands to The Bay

Umami–one of LA’s most popular hamburger destinations, recently named GQ Magazine’s Burger of the Year, is headed our way.

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Ready for Veggies?

Ready for Veggies?

The amazing thing about Greens (Fort Mason, Building A) is that despite a strictly vegetarian menu, this innovative restaurant–located right on the Bay–will leave even the most ferocious of meat-lovers not wanting for more.

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16th Street Restaurant Closings

16th Street Restaurant Closings

Another restaurant bites the dust on 16th Street. As one alarmed Twitterer stated “16th street renovation, first il cantuccio, then ti couz, now bangkok 16?” It is a Mission eatery apocalypse?

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Spring Wine Blitz Underway at Bi-Rite Market

Spring Wine Blitz Underway at Bi-Rite Market

San Francisco’s Bi-Rite Market is hosting its annual Spring Wine Blitz this weekend, offering deals on wines throughout the shop.

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Brunch at Kate’s: One Pro of Working from Home

Brunch at Kate’s: One Pro of Working from Home

Working from home is lonely, smelly, and downright sucky. As a work-from-home-er, I sometimes spend the entire day in my pjs watching TiVoed episodes of Oprah on mute as I type. Other days, like this past Tuesday, I say eff it, and meet my fellow…

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Namu’s Secret Menu for Blackboard Eats

Namu’s Secret Menu for Blackboard Eats

There is something exciting about having a secret that you have the power to share with a few lucky individuals. Secret menus are the restaurant equivalent of hip, speakeasy bars in San Francisco. 

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Hot Spuds with Cool Buds

Hot Spuds with Cool Buds

I recently made my way down to friendly-ol’ Fisherman’s Wharf for one of the more unique dining experiences I’ve had in a little while: a restaurant devoted entirely to baked potatoes!

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