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Best Lunch in SF: Hayes Valley

Best Lunch in SF: Hayes Valley

Small but mighty, Hayes Valley offers endless lunch possibilities, from upscale to cheap. Here are some outstanding favorites: Fatted Calf Yes, it’s a butcher shop, but also the home of the most decadent meaty sandwiches you could have for lunch. Melt-in-your-mouth porchetta, juicy meatloaf, salumi…

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4 Not to Be Missed Events from Eat Drink SF 2015

4 Not to Be Missed Events from Eat Drink SF 2015

Eat Drink SF, the annual foodie cornucopia, is upon us again. Held on August 20-23 at Fort Mason, the tasty festival offers workshops, tastings and events all over town. It’s easy to get lost in the program, but make sure you make it to the…

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Q&A: Desert Hearts Co-Founders Mikey Lion and Marbs Spread House, Techno and Love

Q&A: Desert Hearts Co-Founders Mikey Lion and Marbs Spread House, Techno and Love

Mikey Lion and his partner in crime Marbs, founders of California collective Desert Hearts, bring their roaming City Hearts party to Public Works on Saturday, August 15th as part of their Summer of Love Tour. This group of longtime friends spread a simple ethos “house,…

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Sound Bite: Aatxe’s Ryan Pollnow

Sound Bite: Aatxe’s Ryan Pollnow

Recently opened Aatxe is already a tapas sensation. Chef Ryan Pollnow, who trained at the two Michelin starred restaurant Mugaritz in Gipuzkoa, Spain, isn’t surprised – tapas and pinxtos are his specialty and passion, along with sophisticated cocktails and Spanish wines. We caught up with…

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Fried Chicken, BBQ Ribs, Whole Pig Picnic Events Come to Starbelly in Castro

Fried Chicken, BBQ Ribs, Whole Pig Picnic Events Come to Starbelly in Castro

Starbelly, the casual dining spot that introduced us to marinated cauliflower and a Loco Moco brunch, now offers a series of picnic-style dinners on its patio. The series, four events in total, offer summery feasts on the closed patio, and one of them is coming…

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Photos: Outside Lands 2015 Day 1 with Mumford & Sons, D’Angelo, Wilco

Photos: Outside Lands 2015 Day 1 with Mumford & Sons, D’Angelo, Wilco

The 8th annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival kicked off on Friday with thousands of people flooding Golden Gate Park to dance, gorge on options from the food and beverage paradise, and enjoy a diverse mix of live rock, soul, and electronic tunes. Friday’s…

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Slaptop’s Summer Vibes Travel From Forgotten Beaches to Major Festivals

Slaptop’s Summer Vibes Travel From Forgotten Beaches to Major Festivals

This weekend, San Francisco resident and electronic producer Slaptop will soak in the sights and sounds of Outside Lands and come September 11, he shares a stage with Diplo at the 7th annual Mad Decent Block Party at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre. Luke Frisher, AKA Slaptop,…

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SF After Dark: Richmond and Chinatown Crawl with Heartwatch’s Claire George

SF After Dark: Richmond and Chinatown Crawl with Heartwatch’s Claire George

San Francisco is home to so many creative visionaries, the movers and the shakers, the ones who’ve got it going on. So where do all those cool kids go for a night out on the town? We wanted insight on the quirk, the dive and…

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Photos: Hard Summer 2015 w/ The Weeknd, Jack U

Photos: Hard Summer 2015 w/ The Weeknd, Jack U

The 2 day, 5 stage dance festival sold out both days. The festival featured The Weeknd, Porter Robinson, Jack U, Ratatat, Chromeo, Die Antwoord, Boys Noize, The Chemical Brothers, and more! Check out the photos below… Photos by Luis Rocha – See all the photos…

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How I Learned to Love Camping with Hipcamp

How I Learned to Love Camping with Hipcamp

When I was asked to cover an all inclusive, VIP camping experience courtesy of Hipcamp, I didn’t know what to expect. Moreover, I was skeptical and even a little scared, as I can’t recall the last time I camped out of free will. As I…

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Honduran Guitarist Aurelio Martinez Brings Afro-Caribbean Sound to SFJAZZ

Honduran Guitarist Aurelio Martinez Brings Afro-Caribbean Sound to SFJAZZ

Singer and guitarist Aurelio Martinez from Honduras brings his highly global musical style to SFJazz Center at Miner Auditorium on Thursday, August 6th. The Central American musician obtained international recognition beginning at age 14 thanks to his creative world music, which channels Afro-Caribbean sounds along…

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Danzig and Pennywise Still Rocking Since 1988

Danzig and Pennywise Still Rocking Since 1988

Pennywise and Danzig brought over two decades worth of nostalgia to the Warfield on Thursday night full of beer soaked mosh pits and punk rock patches. People wore their emblems on their chest, illuminating which band they were most thrilled to see. Tattered Pennywise shirts…

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