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Bourdain to Launch New Show Later This Year

Bourdain to Launch New Show Later This Year

Chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain, who hosts the wildly popular Travel Channel show “No Reservations,” has a new venture up his sleeves for later this year. Eater is reporting that Zero Point Zero, which produces “No Reservations,” is set to produce a new show,…

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Nopalito to Open Second Spot In Inner Sunset

Nopalito to Open Second Spot In Inner Sunset

Good news via The Tablehopper’s weekly newsletter as popular Mexican restaurant Nopalito is opening up a second spot in the Inner Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. Ms. Tablehopper reports that the new digs will be on 9th Avenue at Lincoln “in the former Bistro 9…

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Double Jeopardy for Game Show Host in San Francisco

Double Jeopardy for Game Show Host in San Francisco

“Jeopardy” game show host Alex Trebek was injured earlier this week while chasing a burglar out of his San Francisco hotel room. San Francisco police responded to a report of a burglary at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis early Tuesday morning. Trebek and his wife…

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Slugging Outfielder Headed to the Giants

Slugging Outfielder Headed to the Giants

The San Francisco Giants have fired the first big salvo in the race to acquire talent for another playoff run this season as they have acquired New York Mets outfielder Carlos Beltran. The deal, which is expected to become official on Thursday, gives the Giants…

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Brunch Tour: Beast and the Hare

Brunch Tour: Beast and the Hare

One of the major culinary trends that has hit San Francisco restaurants over the past year is the welcome return of weekend brunch service at many restaurants. Brunch is a personal favorite; not only does it serve many different functions (breakfast or lunch at a…

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Slim’s to Host Pop-Up Dinners

Slim’s to Host Pop-Up Dinners

Most music venues in San Francisco offer very little in the way of food options, meaning that you’re cramming your face at a nearby restaurant before catching a show. But Slim’s is now jumping into the pop-up restaurant business, opening its doors on Monday nights…

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Preview: Free MetroWize Party Tonight

Preview: Free MetroWize Party Tonight

Three rooms of music with nine DJs, Outside Lands giveaways, and a 3 hour open bar, all for free at 1015 Folsom tonight! Headlined by local favorite DJ Sake One, the MetroWize-hosted party will be a networking and social event with top notch sounds of…

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Review: Guards at Bottom of the Hill

Review: Guards at Bottom of the Hill

Holy hair! Let the locks flow and set the love free. Guards transported the sold-out crowd  back a few decades with their earnest and cavorting set at Bottom of the Hill on Monday night. Guards, the newish project from Richie James Follin, lead singer and…

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Palace Family Steak House Redux?

Palace Family Steak House Redux?

Bernalwood reports that Mission Street’s now-closed Palace Family Steak House may be coming back to life. However, the question remains as to who the new management will be and just what kind of food they will be serving? Personally, I never thought the old Palace…

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Richmond Round-up

Richmond Round-up

It’s been a busy week in The Richmond. There have been stabbings, muggings and even a dog fight. And, no, we’re not getting the neighborhood mixed up with The Mission. Here are the top stories… …This week: * Dog Fight Between Neighborhood Pet Stores and…

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Party for Peruvian Independence

Party for Peruvian Independence

Peruvian Independence Day is on July 28th, and that can mean only one thing: Fiesta time! Several celebrations are occurring throughout the week to commemorate the holiday, but Pisco Latin Lounge (1817 Market Street) at the edge of Hayes Valley is perhaps the best place…

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MCD Workshop and Speaker Series

MCD Workshop and Speaker Series

This weekend the Museum of Craft and Design will kick off its Summer/Fall MakeArt Workshop and Speaker Series. The pop-up exhibit at Proxy entitled Place Making: Installations at Hayes and Octavia will be open to the public until later this year in October. In addition…

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