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Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

Merchants Can’t Ask for Customer’s ZIP Codes

The California Supreme Court has ruled that merchants in the state can no longer ask credit card customers for their ZIP codes. The unanimous ruling on Thursday came following a lawsuit against Williams-Sonoma Inc., whose clerk asked Jessica Pineda for her ZIP code several years…

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Perbacco Unveils Citrus Menu

Perbacco Unveils Citrus Menu

Inspired by Piemonte’s traditional “The Battle of the Oranges” festival, Perbacco Executive Chef Staffan Terje has created a menu dedicated to the citrus fruit. The four-course citrus menu will be offered from February 11-14 at $65 per person. Terje’s menu showcases grapefruit, blood oranges, Cara…

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RoliRoti’s Porchetta Sandwich to Hit East Bay

RoliRoti’s Porchetta Sandwich to Hit East Bay

The RoliRoti Gourmet Rotisserie truck, which is famous for its rotisserie chicken and porchetta sandwich at the Ferry Building’s Farmers Market on Thursdays and Saturdays, is now giving those in the East Bay a chance to dig in. The truck will be parked every Saturday…

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Valentine’s Weekend “Brunch Drunk Love”

Valentine’s Weekend “Brunch Drunk Love”

What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Weekend with your main squeeze than listening to live local music, enjoying beloved food truck eats from Off the Grid, perusing local boutique fashion, and sipping on bottomless mimosas? EYEHEARTSF is producing another huge Fort Mason party complete with music, fashion,…

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Hot Track: Dum Dum Girls

Hot Track: Dum Dum Girls

The Dum Dum Girls are returning to San Francisco next week for a post-Valentine’s Day bash at Bottom of the Hill. Get ready with a poppy little number about a night in lockup. Wash your Valentine’s blues away with lo-fi indie pop from the L.A.-based…

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Twitter to Stay?

Twitter to Stay?

Are they staying or going? That is the question on everyone’s mind (well, not everyone, but those who care about keeping businesses in San Francisco are definitely fretting). So – will Twitter leave their Soma digs for greener pastures in the Peninsula or will they…

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Get Mystik

Get Mystik

Part of the Living Legends crew, and one of the biggest success stories from the early 90s golden years of Bay Area underground hip-hop, Mystik Journeymen are back tonight for their first gig in Oakland in four years. Comprised of Sunspot Jonz and Luckyiam, the…

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Grocers Battle it Out

Grocers Battle it Out

According to Eater SF, the vacated Delano’s on South Van Ness in the Mission has come under a bidding war between UK grocery giant Fresh & Easy and bargain hunter’s delight Grocery Outlet (do they even sell fresh produce?). What’s best for the community who…

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U.S. Regional Delights

U.S. Regional Delights

Aol’s travel site has put together a compilation of 7 regional dishes that most non-locals have never even heard about. Topping the list was cioppino, a fish stew, and asserted local San Francisco favorite. Really? As Rebecca Dolan writes, “Philadelphia has cheesesteaks, Chicago lays claim…

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SF Agency Proposes Major Homeless Service Cuts

SF Agency Proposes Major Homeless Service Cuts

San Francisco’s budget picture remains cloudy and things are not getting any easier for the homeless. The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Human Services Agency Director Trent Rhorer has prepared a memo he will disclose on Thursday with suggestions on what homeless services will be…

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Bay Area Home Prices Reach Rock Bottom

Bay Area Home Prices Reach Rock Bottom

Bay Area homeowners received some unwelcome news today when real estate site Zillow posted their data on fourth-quarter home values across the country during which values significantly fell. According to the SF Chronicle, “the accelerated declines are likely to bring the real estate market to…

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Fillmore Street to Welcome Back Restaurants?

Fillmore Street to Welcome Back Restaurants?

Pacific Heights’ Fillmore corridor has had a strict limit on new restaurants for more than twenty years. But, like the Berlin Wall, this edict is about to start crumbling. Eater SF via The Chronicle reports that district Supervisor Mark Farrell is trying to lift this…

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