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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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Shop Till You Drop at These Local Holiday Bazaars

Shop Till You Drop at These Local Holiday Bazaars

Let’s face it – holiday markets are 20% about the shopping and 80% about the atmosphere. You don’t have to spend endless dollars to enjoy beautiful objects, festive cheer or the occasional wreath. If a locally made, thoughtfully selected gift or two end up in your…

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Cocoa, Beer and BBQ Come Together at Dandelion’s 12 Nights of Chocolate

Cocoa, Beer and BBQ Come Together at Dandelion’s 12 Nights of Chocolate

If you love chocolate, you must have heard of Dandelion Chocolate’s 12 Nights of Chocolate, a series of events inviting chefs to craft chocolate-centric meals for a good cause, donating all proceedings to the SF-Marine Food Bank. Many of the highly coveted meals are already sold out,…

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Welcome Winter with a Cozy Danish Pop Up at Baana

Welcome Winter with a Cozy Danish Pop Up at Baana

Baana, the serene event space on the intersection of Nob Hill and Chinatown, started its Made In pop-up series earlier this year, showcasing finds and artisans from Tunisia, Mexico and beyond. This time around, just in time for the winter holidays, the organizers – Baana’s…

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Put These Upcoming Food & Drink Events on Your Calendar

Put These Upcoming Food & Drink Events on Your Calendar

Where to sample the best new pasta dishes? How to enjoy beer and yoga (or bacon!) on the same day? When to book tickets for the hottest dining experience? We got you covered. Put these November food & drink events on your calendar, secure your seats,…

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Eat and Get Ready to Vote with Dine for Democracy

Eat and Get Ready to Vote with Dine for Democracy

By now, you’ve received a ton of unwanted mail and have seen the signs urging you to vote for this or that on every street corner and cafe. Sadly, these efforts aren’t without good reason, as only about 40% of eligible voters bother to show…

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5 Local Cook Books to Live By

5 Local Cook Books to Live By

With fall upon us, you might soon feel a faint desire to engage with cookbooks; gift them, cozy up with them on the sofa, and, who knows, maybe even cook. Being the official back-to-the-kitchen season, fall is always brimming with new print offerings, from ambitious…

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La Cocina Street Food Festival is a Celebration of Female Chefs

La Cocina Street Food Festival is a Celebration of Female Chefs

La Cocina, the non-profit that helped launch the careers of Nite Yun and Heena Patel, is throwing its annual street food festival this weekend. The lineup is women-centric, with 90% of the participants representing the Bay Area’s community of female chefs. The festival poses some difficult choices,…

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Abstract Table Serves Picture-Perfect Food in Oakland

Abstract Table Serves Picture-Perfect Food in Oakland

When Duchess, the stylish Rockridge eatery, closed unexpectedly at the beginning of the year, many were surprised and saddened. Now, chefs Andrew Greene and Duncan Kwitkor are back, with a series of creative dinners hosted at Oakland’s Gastropig Bar. View this post on Instagram Beef cheek,…

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5 Swimming Pools Sun-Starved San Franciscans Should Find When the Opportunity Arises

5 Swimming Pools Sun-Starved San Franciscans Should Find When the Opportunity Arises

San Francisco doesn’t have a traditional summer filled with sunny days, and with September and October as generally the warmest months here, we’re holding out hope for October. And since “friends with pools” seem to be like urban legends, just as elusive as that warm day,…

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