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Eat Drink SF Celebrates 10 Years with Guest Chefs & Over 115 Participating Restaurants

Eat Drink SF Celebrates 10 Years with Guest Chefs & Over 115 Participating Restaurants

Eat Drink SF is around the corner, marking the end of August, as well as its 10th anniversary. What started as a small festival by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association grew to be a mega-event drawing tourist from all over the country and having locals line…

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Where to Eat and Drink While Everyone’s at Burning Man

Where to Eat and Drink While Everyone’s at Burning Man

You know the drill—once a year the intensity of San Francisco decreases, and peace and quiet wrap the streets (sort of). And the restaurants? Humanely half-empty. Dolores Park? You can actually see the grass. While a huge chunk of the Bay Area heads to Burning Man,…

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Inventive Thai Restaurant Farmhouse Kitchen Expands to Jack London Square

Inventive Thai Restaurant Farmhouse Kitchen Expands to Jack London Square

Jack London Square is currently in the center of a bar and restaurant boom, with Belcampo opening its new spot on the water, Dyafa quickly becoming a favorite, and a new cider bar underway. Farmhouse Kitchen, with its new fancy digs, is the latest addition to…

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The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

The Next Candy-Coated Pop-Up Experience is Headed Our Way

If the Color Factory and the Ice Cream Museum had a love child, that would probably be Candytopia, the candy-abundant experiential exhibit coming to San Francisco in September. After an appearance in Los Angeles and, later this summer, in New York City, the three-month exhibit will land on Market…

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Dating App Bumble Creates an Offline Opportunity to Mix, Mingle & Self-Improve

Dating App Bumble Creates an Offline Opportunity to Mix, Mingle & Self-Improve

The upcoming Make the First Move event by popular dating app Bumble, isn’t just about snapping pretty pictures in front of colorful backdrops, the experience is about taking action; socially, financially and wholly. Supported by Peerspace and taking place at Fort Mason on August 4th-5th, Bumble has…

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5 New Richmond Restaurants to Try This Summer

5 New Richmond Restaurants to Try This Summer

While the Sunset is flourishing with new boutiques, in the Outer and Inner Richmond, restaurants and eateries have been opening by the hour. In fact, a few brand new restaurants have joined the neighborhood in a matter of months, giving museum-goers and park walkers an…

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Bayview’s Annual Fundraiser Brings Together Food, Drinks & a Whole Lot of Neighborhood Spirit

Bayview’s Annual Fundraiser Brings Together Food, Drinks & a Whole Lot of Neighborhood Spirit

San Francisco has no shortage of spirited celebrations, but not many benefits a cause as close to home as the Bayview community, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods. Bayview Uncorked, returns on Thursday, August 2nd for its fourth edition; an evening of beer, wine, spirits, and bites—all…

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5 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

5 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

Let’s face it—wine tasting has come to be about so much more than grapes and acidity. While sipping and nodding knowledgeably are still staple behaviors, documenting wine weekends on social media is as a whole other art form within itself. Winery owners are well aware…

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Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Among the food trends showering San Francisco, Filipino food has been, so far, a modest voice. With the upcoming Undiscovered night market, however, things are going to change. Returning for a second, much bigger season, on July 21st, the market will host a number of local chefs…

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Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

The Asian Art Museum is hosting their first Pan-Asian and Asian American food festival at the museum, expanding on the nighttime museum experience except, this time, the galleries won’t be open and the focus will be on the culinary arts. The Hawker Centre Festival, coming our way on…

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Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

Inside Refinery29’s Interactive Installation of Style, Culture & Bright Pops of Color

The Color Factory and the Museum of Ice Cream have left the building, then briefly entered 29Rooms, the interactive art installation which was here for a quick four days. In one door and out the other, Refinery29, the femme-focused digital media and entertainment company, created a…

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Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

With Blue Apron, Caviar, and Tender Greens in the picture, who needs cooking, anyway? No one, if it’s out of sheer necessity. But as a unique skill and an opportunity to have elevated fun, however, cooking is definitely re-branding itself in San Francisco, with a…

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