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6 Sexy Bay Area Dishes to Share With Your Valentine (Or Not)

6 Sexy Bay Area Dishes to Share With Your Valentine (Or Not)

Valentine’s Day is a ‘romantic’ occasion; according to the marketing machine that constantly makes up stuff we need. But what does romance even mean in the age of Tinder and Cardi B lyrics? No one ever bothers to explain. Instead of attempting to decode a…

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The Barack Obama-Themed Ice Cream You Need

The Barack Obama-Themed Ice Cream You Need

Times can be tough. There’s no arguing that. Whether you’ve been too disturbed by the news and tweets or you’ve been buried in Michelle Obama’s bestselling book since it came out, remember, you’re not alone. And Humphry Slocombe’s there for you; helping you escape for…

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This Pawn Shop Facade Leads to a Hidden Tapas Bar

This Pawn Shop Facade Leads to a Hidden Tapas Bar

Everyone always complains about the lack of late-night food options in San Francisco. Sure, there are greasy spoons and fast-food joints, but an actual restaurant with actual food? Not much luck. The Pawn Shop, by the same owners as Monarch, aims to change that. The…

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February Food and Drink Events For Your Calendar

February Food and Drink Events For Your Calendar

Now that we’re over the shock of 2019 beginning, it’s time to turn our attention to all-important stuff like Chinese New Year, SF Beer Week and Valentine’s Day. Ready to celebrate the fact you survived the first month of the year? There are plenty of…

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This New ‘Celestial Bodies’ Tasting Menu is Otherworldly

This New ‘Celestial Bodies’ Tasting Menu is Otherworldly

Tasting menus are as plentiful in San Francisco as tech start-ups, and many follow a similar fate; in the end it just doesn’t work. They’re a series of beautiful small plates flash in front of you, and then you’re done. What was in that bowl?…

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A New Wine Bar From the Owners of Quince and Cotogna Rolls Into Town

A New Wine Bar From the Owners of Quince and Cotogna Rolls Into Town

When you operate two of San Francisco’s busiest, most beloved restaurants, sometimes you want to cut loose. With the opening of Verjus, the new Jackson Square wine bar and shop, restaurateurs Lindsay and Michael Tusk, the owners of Cotogna and Quince, got the chance to…

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January Food and Drink Events for Your Calendar

January Food and Drink Events for Your Calendar

Now that the bells and whistles of the New Year celebrations have quieted down, and all the hangovers have been nursed, it’s time to welcome in 2019 with all of its glory. New foodie celebrations and restaurant openings await. Here are a few food and…

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The Food Trends That Excited Us in 2018

The Food Trends That Excited Us in 2018

Food, like fashion, has fads that take hold for a period of time: some are new; some have been in vogue before. Looking back at 2018, the Bay Area food scene had an abundance of new restaurant and bar openings featuring curious trends, as well as…

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Local Tastemakers Share Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

Local Tastemakers Share Their Favorite Holiday Traditions

Elaborate gingerbread houses. Decadent breakfasts. Lots of cheese and perfect cocktails. When work takes a back seat to family and friends, the small traditions carry added importance. And it’s no different for local chefs and tastemakers. Here’s a sampling of what they’re planning for the…

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Michael Mina Brings a Bit of Hawaii to SF

Michael Mina Brings a Bit of Hawaii to SF

In San Francisco and beyond, the name Michael Mina needs no introduction. The head of MINA Group, which is responsible for local standouts like Pabu, The Ramen Bar and his namesake Michael Mina restaurant, Mina is a household name. But it’s been a while since…

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San Francisco Tops the Big Apple in the Michelin Game

San Francisco Tops the Big Apple in the Michelin Game

With the announcement of 2019 Michelin Guide, one thing became clear pretty quickly; San Francisco (or, to be exact, the Bay Area) is now the region with the most three-starred restaurants in the United States – eight.   While the Michelin Guide might not be on…

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Put These December Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

Put These December Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

December isn’t, or shouldn’t be, just about family gatherings and binging on Netflix. While half of San Francisco goes away for the holidays, it feels like you have the city all to yourself; hopping around events, enjoying a sip here and a bite there. Pink winter…

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