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Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Good News on a Monday: The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off

Among the many Monday emails you are probably sifting through, and more depressing presidential coverage you might be reading, we thought you could use some good news! Shift any weekend obligations to Sunday, and make room in your belly—because The Great Mac & Cheese Melt-Off is…

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Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Free Event: Newly Expanded 20th Street Block Party Lineup Announced

Australian indie-electronic band Miami Horror and four-piece alternative Latino group Chicano Batman have been announced as headliners for this year’s 20th Street Block Party. Hosted by independent music promoter Noise Pop, the free Mission district music and food festival will take place from noon to…

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The 2016 SF StarChefs Rising Star Awards Night & the Unforgettable Feast that Followed

The 2016 SF StarChefs Rising Star Awards Night & the Unforgettable Feast that Followed

On what seemed to be just another Tuesday night, the San Francisco’s culinary circuit was buzzing. StarChefs, the restaurant industry magazine, was in San Francisco to present its 2016 San Francisco Rising Stars Awards, honoring up-and-coming chefs and hospitality professionals. The awards ceremony took place at the…

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International Sushi Day: 4 Quality Sushi Spots for the Occasion

International Sushi Day: 4 Quality Sushi Spots for the Occasion

Out of all the foodie holidays out there, the International Sushi Day is perhaps the least carb-centric and the most elegant. Sushi, consisting of creations both minimalist and mind-blowing, has proven itself over the years as a dining staple. Equal parts sophistication and tradition—which also…

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A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

A Look at First-rate Bulka Bakery at Haight’s Second Act Marketplace

In a curious turn of events, Haight’s Second Act Marketplace, which serves as a collective home to five local food and beverage business, is shaping to be a prime destination for elevated Russian cuisine. As of last month, the already popular Anda Piroshki (selling the Russian…

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Lineup Announcement: Chairlift & Alvvays to Headline 6th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

Lineup Announcement: Chairlift & Alvvays to Headline 6th Annual Phono del Sol Festival

One of the most intimate outdoor music festivals in San Francisco, the Phono del Sol Music & Food Festival, has announced the artist and vendor lineup for its sixth edition, which takes place July 9 at Potrero Del Sol Park. Electro-pop band Chairlift and Toronto…

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Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Get Ready to Gorge at the Nacho Typical Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park

Festival season is currently in full swing, which also includes non-music events like Goat Festival as well as the upcoming Nacho Typical Festival on April 9. Former San Francisco mayoral candidate and still sarcastic media personality Stuart Schuffman, more commonly known as Broke-Ass Stuart, has…

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Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Chromeo to Headline 2016 SF Oysterfest

Kicking off the outdoor festival season, Montreal electro funk duo Chromeo will be doing a live music perfomance at the 17th annual SF Oysterfest on May 7 in Golden Gate Park. Located at Park’s Sharon Meadow, within walking distance to Haight Street, the all day food festival…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Gus’s Market, 30 Years of Family Business

Local Biz Spotlight: Gus’s Market, 30 Years of Family Business

In San Francisco’s bubbly start-up, pop-up loving foodie environment, there’s something nostalgically satisfying about a thirty-year-old family business opening its third location here. Right on trend with the national food markets invasion, Gus’s Community Market has a new spot in the Mission. Their butcher shop,…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Financial District

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Financial District

The Financial District is an endless sea of lunch spots, where uninspiring options are intermixed with worthy gems. Also being the place where everyone goes for lunch at the very same time, the crowds and the seemingly endless number of choices can overwhelm even the sturdiest of…

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Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

Best Lunches in San Francisco: Dogpatch

The Dogpatch is tiny but mighty – sandwiched between Portero Hill and the water, if offers industrial charm and some of the city’s most beloved lunch spots. Here’s where you won’t go wrong. Marcella’s Lasagneria A cheesy, luscious lasagna for lunch? Yes, please. Marcella’s setting…

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Allset App: Four Ways Your Relationship with Lunch Just Became More Zen

Allset App: Four Ways Your Relationship with Lunch Just Became More Zen

Your chance to majorly step up your lunch game has arrived. Starting today, a fast-paced schedule doesn’t have to mean your relationship with lunch has to suffer. Start skipping the line like a whiz kid at popular San Francisco restaurants, including Arte Ristorante, Atlas Tap…

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