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Your Comprehensive Guide to Off the Grid Season

Your Comprehensive Guide to Off the Grid Season

Don’t let the weather fool you. Spring is officially on, and with it come the obligatory, and always welcome festivities of Off the Grid. The weekly food truck affair has grown significantly over the recent years, as everyone wants a piece of the action; there…

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Napa’s BottleRock Festival Reveals Culinary Headliners Plus Celebrity Guests (Martha Stewart, Ayesha Curry & More)

Napa’s BottleRock Festival Reveals Culinary Headliners Plus Celebrity Guests (Martha Stewart, Ayesha Curry & More)

The musical lineup for BottleRock Napa Valley was released back in January and this week the festival announced the headliners and special celebrity guests that will appear on the Williams-Sonoma Culinary Stage. Leading the bill is food industry legend Martha Stewart, Spanish-American chef José Andrés,…

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Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

Five Delicious Things to Eat at SF Giants Games This Season

A new Giants baseball season at AT&T Park means another update to unique food offerings, with an emphasis on all things local. Here’s what you can look forward to after the Giants hit the field on Opening Day in San Francisco on April 10. The…

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Cider Summit SF Returns! Plus 5 Facts to Up Your Cider Knowledge

Cider Summit SF Returns! Plus 5 Facts to Up Your Cider Knowledge

The region’s largest cider tasting festival, Cider Summit SF, returns to the Presidio this month for their 4th annual Bay Area event. Nearly 200 selections of cider from across the U.S., along with ciders from over five different countries, will be available to taste. Cider…

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

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

As temperatures get warmer and the city becomes sunnier, romance seems closer than ever. So now the question is, where to go for your next hot date? After visiting the Mission,  SoMa and Downtown SF, our Sexy Bar Guide is heading to the Haight, where…

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Contest: Prove Your Beer IQ and Win 2 Tickets to SF Int’l Beer Festival

Contest: Prove Your Beer IQ and Win 2 Tickets to SF Int’l Beer Festival

Test your beer IQ by guessing the brewery from the photo below for a chance to win 2 tickets to The SF International Beer Festival at Fort Mason Festival Pavilion on Saturday April 8 from 7-10pm. The winner (selected randomly from correct answers) will enjoy…

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Local Biz Spotlight: Portola District’s FDR Brewery

Local Biz Spotlight: Portola District’s FDR Brewery

Every bar has a story, but not quite like the story of FDR Brewery (short for Ferment. Drink. Repeat). This relatively new addition to the Portola neighborhood is co-owned by Kevin and Shae Inglin. Kevin is a self-made brewer with a background serving in the military….

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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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