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5 Best San Francisco Restaurants for Veggie Lovers

5 Best San Francisco Restaurants for Veggie Lovers

Veggie lovers in San Francisco, be it vegans or once-a-week carnivores, needn’t complain. Vegetarian and vegan options in the city are plentiful. Some eateries, however, are one cut above the competition and give vegetables a truly royal treatment. Here are our top 5 delicious, nutritious…

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Two New SoMa Eateries Open Next to f8 Nightclub

Two New SoMa Eateries Open Next to f8 Nightclub

To replace the void left by SoMa comfort food locale Citizen’s Band and neighborhood favorite Pinkie’s Bakery, two new dining options just recently opened in their place. El Capitan Taqueria, as well as Anton’s Pizza and Deli, should be decent pre-game options for those looking…

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New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

After some recent renovations at the Tilden Hotel in Union Square, a new 45-seat bar called The Douglas Room opened up last month. The space embodies a ’50s era ambiance, offering up some signature cocktails and late night bites. This destination is the latest project…

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Japan’s Hitachino Beer & Wagyu Opens First U.S. Location in SF

Japan’s Hitachino Beer & Wagyu Opens First U.S. Location in SF

Chef Noriyuki Sugie from Hitachi, Japan recently opened a new restaurant in Lower Nob Hill based on Kappo, a Japanese style of eating focused on pairing delicious food items with beer or wine. Hitachino Beer & Wagyu serves the highest grades of Hitachi wagyu beef from the…

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Family-Style Meals, Fundraising & SF Incubator Kitchen La Cocina’s First Restaurant Week

Family-Style Meals, Fundraising & SF Incubator Kitchen La Cocina’s First Restaurant Week

Restaurant incubator La Cocina has been wowing the Bay Area with their entrepreneurial spirit and culinary powers. Now the group has organized their first La Cocina Restaurant Week which will serve as a week-long opportunity for diners to find out just what these chefs are…

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Chinatown Adds Mega Grocery, Retail, and Multi-Restaurant Space ‘China Live’

Chinatown Adds Mega Grocery, Retail, and Multi-Restaurant Space ‘China Live’

A $20 million, 30,000-square-foot space called China Live is now open in Chinatown. After three years of development and hiring 90 employees, the massive project, created by veteran restaurateur George Chen (Betelnut) and his partner Cindy Wong-Chen, is ready for primetime. As of March 1st,…

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Last Bistro Burger Location in SF Closes

Last Bistro Burger Location in SF Closes

Chain eatery Bistro Burger closed its last remaining location in the city at 343 Sansome St. This was the final closure since founder Adrian Bonnar died in July 2015. The chain had gradually closed all of San Francisco locations over the past few years. These…

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5 Luxurious Events from Yountville Live’s Multi-Day Music, Food & Wine Festival

5 Luxurious Events from Yountville Live’s Multi-Day Music, Food & Wine Festival

The small town of Yountville has gained a big name for itself as the unofficial “Culinary Capital of Napa Valley.” This slice of heaven is the place to have a weekend dedicated to relaxing, revitalizing, and experiencing next-level luxury. It’s home to world-class restaurants, award-winning chefs,…

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A Guide to Sexy Date Bars in SF: The SoMa Edition

A Guide to Sexy Date Bars in SF: The SoMa Edition

Valentine’s Day is well over now, but it doesn’t mean the romance and courting have to stop. After a sweet jaunt through the Mission and Downtown SF, our Sexy Bar Guide is heading down to SoMa. This area, filled with tall buildings and a shortage…

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5 Local Healthy Food Options in 2017

5 Local Healthy Food Options in 2017

Along with picking up hobbies and unplugging more often, getting more fit and embracing a healthier lifestyle are still among the top New Year’s resolutions nationwide. While Bay Area residents don’t really need convincing in this area, in the spirit of general well-being and the nearing…

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Best Bay Area Paellas for Cozy Winter Nights

Best Bay Area Paellas for Cozy Winter Nights

If the huge, Danish cozy comfort trend hygge was born Spain, an image of paella would have been right next to it in the Urban Dictionary. The cozy, homey, warm rice dish is a comforting as winter food gets, without ever losing its edge. New interpretations, toppings and…

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Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

We live in a technological age where information abounds, with so many opportunities literally at our fingertips. However, sometimes a good old-fashioned outing is the perfect nostalgic change of pace that you’ve been craving. With that in mind, we decided to log off, ditch the traditional…

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