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Cocktail Crawl Through the TL

Cocktail Crawl Through the TL

The Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco may not be the nicest part of town but it is home to some of the best bars and bartenders in the city. And four will be on display on Wednesday.

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Food Trucks to Help – The Homeless??

Food Trucks to Help – The Homeless??

Former San Francisco Supervisor Bevan Dufty, who now serves as Mayor Ed Lee’s director of HOPE (housing opportunities, partnership and engagement), has come up with a unique idea to help with the homeless problem facing the city.

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Shopping: Kayo Books, a Literary Gem in the Tendernob

Shopping: Kayo Books, a Literary Gem in the Tendernob

There is a secret gem of a bookstore in the Tenderloin, nestled in between a coffee shop and some unassuming apartments on Post Street.

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Five of the Best Quiz Nights in SF

Five of the Best Quiz Nights in SF

Lucky Strike opens this week in South Beach and will feature a game room with a trivia area replete with “Jeopardy”-like pedestals. But you don’t need to go all the way down to the ballpark to enjoy a great Quiz Night.

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Rumor Mill: Playland, Another Lefty O'Doul's & Koko's Reopening?

Rumor Mill: Playland, Another Lefty O'Doul's & Koko's Reopening?

The trendy Tenderloin drink scene may just get a another boost. Neighborhood sources have tipped us off that there seems to be a few key new bar openings around the Polk Street corridor.

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SF City Attorney Sues Two Tenderloin Markets

SF City Attorney Sues Two Tenderloin Markets

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera is suing two markets in the Tenderloin, calling them “safe havens” for the sale of drugs and stolen property.

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Dottie’s True Blue Cafe to Move to 6th Street

Dottie’s True Blue Cafe to Move to 6th Street

Tenderloin breakfast staple Dottie’s True Blue Cafe is getting set for a new home as the restaurant will be taking over the space that held the Passion Cafe on 6th Street.

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Japanese Curry in the Tenderloin

Japanese Curry in the Tenderloin

The Tenderloin area predominated by Indian-Pakistani restaurants will soon welcome a Japanese curry shop named Kare-Ken.

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Evil Dead Drink-A-Long

Evil Dead Drink-A-Long

Get your fill of zombies Thursday night at Cinema Speakeasy’s presentation of Evil Dead Drink-A-Long. Just $5 gets you access to a double feature screening of The Evil Dead and Evil Dead: II. But this is no ordinary screening, its a drink-a-long. This means beer folks!

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Jasper’s J Burger

Jasper’s J Burger

It is the Golden Age of ground beef.

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Galleries: Doe-eyed Creatures, Aussie Street Art & More

Galleries: Doe-eyed Creatures, Aussie Street Art & More

This week, from giant bulb installations to Australian Street Art, September shows are popping up in galleries across the city. Here are our picks.

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Hooker’s Sweet Treats Anniversary Party

Hooker’s Sweet Treats Anniversary Party

Tenderloin cafe and sweet spot Hooker’s Sweet Treats (the double entendre is not lost on us) is celebrating their one-year anniversary tomorrow, Saturday July 30th, along with their first art exhibition, featuring local artist Hollis Rhodes. You should swing by and check it out.

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