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25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

Even if you’re the savviest of beer lovers, SF Beer Week can overwhelm. With over 300 events, from food and beer pairings to brewery tours, SF Beer Week will be catering to the hardcore beer lovers and casual lager enthusiasts alike—and taking over the Bay Area this…

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All the Best Deals from San Francisco and Oakland’s Restaurant Weeks

All the Best Deals from San Francisco and Oakland’s Restaurant Weeks

There’s no better way to kick off 2018 than with a scrumptious selection of great restaurant deals. And in the Bay Area, we’re doubling up on the good fortune with two back-to-back restaurant weeks: one in Oakland (January 11-21st) and the other in San Francisco (January…

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5 New Cozy Dishes to Celebrate Winter

5 New Cozy Dishes to Celebrate Winter

With winter solstice merely a blurb on our Instagram stories, the cold, festive season is officially here. Wintertime means different things to different people; some like it hygge, some love the good ol’ snowboarding adventure, some plan a warm weather escape, and some live it up in the city,…

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9 New San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants to Top 2017

9 New San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants to Top 2017

This year, picking 5 great new restaurants was harder than ever. The local scene upped its game significantly, slightly veering off the farm-to-table Californian path and welcoming foreign influences, exotic inspirations and chefs eager to make new cuisines their own—perhaps this is part of why many…

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Best of 2017: All-Star Cocktails Selected by Local Bartenders & Industry Experts

Best of 2017: All-Star Cocktails Selected by Local Bartenders & Industry Experts

2017 might have been a wacky year in politics and climate, but one thing is certain—it was kind to the local bar scene. New and curious bars opened in abundance, hotels became drinking destinations and restaurants upped their cocktail game in the never-ending competition for…

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7 Delicious and Locally Sourced Gift Ideas for the Holidays

7 Delicious and Locally Sourced Gift Ideas for the Holidays

It’s almost hard to believe, but we’re welcoming the holiday season again, with all its pleasant worries—like, how to celebrate? Where to take out-of-towners? What to give a bestie? For the latter, here’s a simple logic—when gifting, one can not go wrong with a food-centric…

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Local Chef Spotlight: Finn Town’s Steve Dustin

Local Chef Spotlight: Finn Town’s Steve Dustin

On top of the fact that this chef’s first and last name bring together two of our favorite characters in Stranger Things, chef Steve Dustin is a pretty cool guy. Before jumping into the driver’s seat at Finn Town, a one-year-old tavern in the Castro, Dustin was the…

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6 Hotel Bars Locals Can Enjoy During the Holidays & Beyond

6 Hotel Bars Locals Can Enjoy During the Holidays & Beyond

For those looking to branch out, past their usual neighborhood bar, an interesting drinking experience has been taking shape in cities across the U.S—hotel bars where locals are more than welcome. Drinks at a hotel can feel oddly transformative and comforting; it’s like having an…

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Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Maiden Lane, the chic, semi-hidden downtown alley, had seen a lot over the last couple of years. There was the talked-about Gwyneth Paltrow pop-up. The Chanel robbery. Numerous boutique openings. Now, as 2017 wraps up, it’s getting its first bar: Iron Horse Cocktails. The bar’s current location was…

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5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

It’s that time of year again; parents, aunts and distant cousins flock to town to celebrate Thanksgiving, then Christmas, then winter break and New Year’s Eve. They look up to you, the mighty local. Having lived in the city long enough, you’re now their unofficial tour…

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Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Vibrant, gorgeous and openly gay, Kendall Chase just might be the quintessential San Francisco blogger. With 19,200 Instagram followers at @chasingkendall and a website full of stylish advise on anything from winter hoodies to hosting a party, Chase is the first guest of our new series…

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5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

As fall fast approaches, the allure of warm, Mediterranean flavors becomes stronger and stronger. Lucky for us, the local food scene meets this craving with new and worthy Spanish restaurants, while established institutions keep traditions alive. Hearty paella, spicy pulpo and boozy sangria can all be…

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