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Video: Waitress Wipe-Out

Video: Waitress Wipe-Out

Hm…not sure if this was staged or not. You decide for yourself.

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Spring Farmers’ Markets

Spring Farmers’ Markets

With the wet winter officially behind us and Spring under way, many of San Francisco’s farmers’ markets will soon be in full bloom.

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James Beard Award Finalists Named

James Beard Award Finalists Named

The finalists for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards have been named and the Bay Area is once again very well represented.

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Ice Cream Shop Owners Land Book Deal

Ice Cream Shop Owners Land Book Deal

Starting a little over two years ago as a small ice cream shop on the corner of Harrison and 24th streets in the Mission District, Jake Godby and Sean Vahey have grown Humphry Slocombe into one of the most unique culinary spots in San Francisco.

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Pouch o’ Wine?

Pouch o’ Wine?

If you thought a box of wine defined (lack of) class then get ready for pouches of wine. They’re kind of like Capri Sun juice packs but for that wino wine-lover on the go. Marketed towards picnickers, the wine pouches may just be the newest…

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Flour + Water (Temporarily) Closing

Flour + Water (Temporarily) Closing

The Mission eatery Flour + Water will be closing down for 11 days (March 24 – April 3) while they spruce up a bit. They’ll be repainting and refreshing the interior and updating the menu. Cue the laments of hundreds of foodies who had been…

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Liba Falafel Truck

Liba Falafel Truck

Liba Falafel Truck at civic center plaza, every Tuesday and every other friday for lunch.

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Starbucks in Talks to Purchase Peet’s Coffee & Tea

Starbucks in Talks to Purchase Peet’s Coffee & Tea

CNBC, citing a DealReporter report, is reporting that Starbucks has held talks with Emeryville-based Peet’s Coffee & Tea about a potential sale.

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Event: A Bacchanal at SFMOMA

Event: A Bacchanal at SFMOMA

SFMOMA is hosting a bacchanal tonight. Well, at least something along those lines. To celebrate their exhibit “How Wine Became Modern” (closing April 17th), the museum is hosting a wine-themed party. There’ll be wine, food, art and a literary event to follow with Pop-Up Magazine.

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United States Becomes World’s Largest Wine-Consuming Nation

United States Becomes World’s Largest Wine-Consuming Nation

The United States passed France as the world’s largest wine-consuming nation in 2010, with shipments to the U.S. totaling nearly 330 million cases.

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Nopa

Nopa

Looking for a late-night snack? Or perhaps a comforting dinner after a long evening shift? Or maybe you just like dining European-style? Nopa is the place for you.

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Pazzia

Pazzia

People have been telling me some really good things about Pazzia – a pizzeria over in the SOMA. From what I heard this place is like a true Italian family-style dinner. “Great wine and loud conversations” was the exact quote described to me by an…

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