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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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The Bloody Mary Festival Will Paint the Town Red

The Bloody Mary Festival Will Paint the Town Red

In the world of cocktails, there’s no substitute for the Bloody Mary—a true savory standout that nourishes just as much as it elevates. The classic brunch drink, often the ground for creative garnishes and twists, is in the center of the Bloody Mary Festival, a nationwide event…

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5 Decadent German Restaurants to Welcome Oktoberfest

5 Decadent German Restaurants to Welcome Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest, the joyful Bavarian festival celebrating all things beer and community, is starting on September 22nd and will run until October 7th. Originating in 1810 as a celebration to mark the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig’s marriage to Princess Therese,  the festival historically ran through October, but later has…

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East Coast Company Luke’s Lobster is Opening an SF Location, But First, the Pop-Up

East Coast Company Luke’s Lobster is Opening an SF Location, But First, the Pop-Up

Expanding fast-casual chains of sustainable seafood are one of the year’s biggest trends, and the Bay Area isn’t being skipped. Pacific Catch just opened a new Walnut Creek outpost, and we won’t be surprised if Hashtag Poki announced a new branch. And now, Luke’s Lobster, a Maine-based…

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Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

Pop Up Magazine is Back in San Francisco for its Biggest Show Yet

For some, Pop Up Magazine is synonymous with the changing seasons. For its Fall 2018 installment, the multi-dimensional show—which brings to life a “live magazine” concept, featuring a night filled with “true stories about the fascinating world around us”—will entertain San Francisco, not for two,…

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Ten of the Bay Area’s Top Pastry Chefs are Participating in this First Annual Bake Sale Benefit

Ten of the Bay Area’s Top Pastry Chefs are Participating in this First Annual Bake Sale Benefit

Carbs are known to have magical power over will and logic, so imagine what would happen if San Francisco’s best pastry chefs teamed up to seduce you with their best creations? Resistance is pointless. Bake the World a Better Place, the first annual benefit bake sale…

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Two New Filipino Foodie Spots Are Finding its Home in Oakland

Two New Filipino Foodie Spots Are Finding its Home in Oakland

Riding the wave of Undiscovered, the monthly Filipino market happening in San Francisco, two new Filipino establishments are slated to feed the East Bay. In West Oakland, there’s 7th West, boasting delicious food, a beer garden, and even a dog park. The ambitious project was put together…

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Local Chef Spotlight: Besharam’s Heena Patel

Local Chef Spotlight: Besharam’s Heena Patel

If touring Minnesota Street Project’s galleries makes you hungry, you’re in luck—for a couple of months, a new restaurant has been operating next door, in the spot left empty by Alta. While Besharam, a joint project by the Daniel Patterson’s Alta Group and La Cocina…

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From Woodworking, Clay to Macrame: 6 Spots to Hone Your DIY Skills in San Francisco

From Woodworking, Clay to Macrame: 6 Spots to Hone Your DIY Skills in San Francisco

As summer nears its end, and the school year approaches, your adult self may feel a pinch of nostalgia—not for waking up early, but for learning something new. To feed the crave to explore and take on new skills, you can go big (how about that…

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