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Hit the Beach!

Hit the Beach!

Are you looking to hit the beach this weekend? You’ll probably want to beat the fog and get out of town to the warmest, nicest beach you can find. But where to go? Now a new (and free) app tells you where.

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Food Truck Tracker App

Food Truck Tracker App

Hungry? Want something quick from a food truck but have no idea where to go looking for one? Ever been out late and gotten the munchies and had an easier time getting a cab in the Mission than finding some grub? Then Roaming Hunger‘s new…

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Food Tech: New Williams-Sonoma iPhone App

Food Tech: New Williams-Sonoma iPhone App

Need a recipe on the go? Having a last minute dinner party and need some quick ideas? Williams-Sonoma just launched a new iPhone app that’s an “enhanced cookbook” by Sara Kate Gillingham-Ryan, founder of Apartment Therapy’s The Kitchn (from which I recently got an amazing…

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Where the Ladies At?

Where the Ladies At?

If you’re a single man about town, I’m sure you’ve often asked yourself this question while drinking your beer at a bar surrounded by other dudes. You know that women are out and about en masse – the trouble is, you just can’t figure out…

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Gimme Coffee Now

Gimme Coffee Now

Okay, honestly, this seems a bit pointless to me because in SF you can usually go 20 feet and find a cafe that slings pretty decent coffee but for all you crazy coffee nerds – here you go. Called San Francisco’s Best Coffee, there is…

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TruxMap

TruxMap

Now you can track all your fav food trucks via one simple iPhone app: TruxMap (the lite version is free). And if you don’t have an iPhone or are on your desktop, you can just use the Food Truck Map. This way you can track…

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Apps for Foodies

Apps for Foodies

With the advent of smart phones, there is seemingly an app available for everything, including many for the foodies in your life. NPR “Weekend Edition” commentator Bonny Wolf has a few suggestions, with everything from menu planning to finding a restaurant you’ve been dying to…

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