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Bar Tartine Closed This Week

Bar Tartine Closed This Week

As reported on its website, Bar Tartine will be closed this week until brunch service on Saturday, April 30. Eater SF reports that the closure is part of an overall revamping at the restaurant, where Chef Nick Balla took over the reins earlier this year….

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Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

Pro Surfing Contest Coming to Ocean Beach

San Francisco’s Ocean Beach is normally a laid back spot at the end of Golden Gate Park where tourists and residents can lay out, build a bonfire or just enjoy the natural beauty of the area. But come November, the world’s best surfers will be…

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Happy Birthday RN74!

Happy Birthday RN74!

Today wine bar and American/French restaurant RN74 (301 Mission St. bet Fremont and Beale Streets) turns two today. But instead of a bouncy house and face painters, they are offering guests wine! Now that’s what I call a birthday party Beginning at 3pm today (that’s,…

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Welcome to Your New Server- the iPad

Welcome to Your New Server- the iPad

Everyone has had a bad dining experience based on the service they received at a restaurant. It could be a lack of attention, getting the wrong dish or just not being friendly. But that could all be changing thanks to a Bay Area company. A…

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Win Tickets to See A-Trak

Win Tickets to See A-Trak

DJ phenom A-Trak is officially blowing up. After lighting up Coachella with his group Duck Sauce and ruling the world with its hit “Barbara Streisand,” he’s heading back to San Francisco in May to turn Mezzanine out. Sign up to win tix for his May…

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Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race Hits San Francisco Streets

Bring Your Own Big Wheel Race Hits San Francisco Streets

A unique tradition in San Francisco commenced once again on Easter Sunday as the 11th annual Bring Your Own Big Wheel race was held in Potrero Hill. Held on a steep portion of Vermont Street between 20th and 22nd, participants were able to race down…

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Namu and Chef Lee – Way more than Asian Fusion

Namu and Chef Lee – Way more than Asian Fusion

Most San Francisco locals have heard about Namu, the small, hip Asian-fusion restaurant opened by the Lee brothers, who have inspired a fan club with their Korean bulgogi seaweed tacos — only Chef Dennis Lee does not stop with tacos. His dashi broth shitake mushroom…

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Food Trucks to Hit Larkspur Ferry Terminal

Food Trucks to Hit Larkspur Ferry Terminal

The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District has approved a pilot program to host several mobile food trucks at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal starting next month. The district will be working with Marin County-based Event Bank to provide five trucks at the terminal from…

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Local bands team up for “It Gets Indie” benefit

Local bands team up for “It Gets Indie” benefit

Seemingly moved by the Prop 8 decision and the spate of LGBT teen suicides in 2010, local 8th grader and all-around hip kid Noah Hornik (he writes an indie rock blog) started a Kickstarter campaign to organize a local show that would benefit The Trevor…

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Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

Possible NFL Strike Could Cost San Francisco Millions

The current NFL lockout and a possible strike could cost the city of San Francisco millions of dollars. According to the San Francisco Examiner, if Candlestick Park sits empty because of a strike, the city would lose $3.5 million. The paper reports that the loss…

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Review: Railroad Revival Tour @ Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Review: Railroad Revival Tour @ Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Last night the Railroad Revival tour kicked off at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland and the 8,000 plaid-wearing audience revelers couldn’t have been more excited. The Tour, which is made up of Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and Old Crow…

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San Francisco Muni to Add Pay-by-Phone Option for Parking Meters

San Francisco Muni to Add Pay-by-Phone Option for Parking Meters

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation is adding a more convenient way for drivers to pay for parking at meters in the city. Later this year, the agency will introduce a pay-by-phone option for meters. It will allow drivers to pay by credit card by using…

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