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The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

Tiki bars have always been fun, escapist and delightfully kitschy—and this year they’re getting the foodie makeover they deserve. First came the Kon Tiki in Oakland, offering elevated bites with its over the top cocktails. Now the latest in Tiki action in San Francisco is newcomer…

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Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

Beyond AT&T Park: The Best Restaurants to Grab a Bite Before or After the Next Giants Game

While AT&T Park has proven to have plenty of foodie options within its premises, if you want to celebrate a victory after the next Giants game, or catch up around a table, then you’ll need to search the neighborhood. Luckily, Mission Bay and the streets around…

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Ken Ken Ramen in the Mission Closes its Doors

Ken Ken Ramen in the Mission Closes its Doors

The Mission’s cozy, lantern-filled ramen haven, Ken Ken Ramen, officially closed its doors. With the ominous slogan, “No ramen, no life,” many of us sure are going to feel the absence of Ken Ken Ramen next time that ramen craving hits. As mentioned on Ken…

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Cider Summit Returns to the Presidio with Close to 200 Ciders to Try

Cider Summit Returns to the Presidio with Close to 200 Ciders to Try

Cider drinkers tend to get shorted when it comes to options at most bars, however, Cider Summit is the annual event when cider becomes the star of the show. On Saturday, April 14, be ready for a beautiful, outdoor, cider-filled day at the Presidio. Cider Summit is the region’s…

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San Francisco Brewing Co. Moving to Ghirardelli Square, More Business to be Added

San Francisco Brewing Co. Moving to Ghirardelli Square, More Business to be Added

San Francisco Brewing Co. is planning to open its doors to new a tap room and on-site brewery at West Plaza inside Ghirardelli Square at the end of this month. Patrons can purchase cards to taste beers poured from an automated tap wall. The ambitious…

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5 New SF Bay Area Restaurants Heating Up 2018

5 New SF Bay Area Restaurants Heating Up 2018

Festive and low-key restaurant openings have dominated the beginning of 2018 and we’re taking a moment to breathe in between courses and share some favorites we’ve found along the way. For example, have you heard about the long-awaited Italian resto, an authentic Thai spot in an…

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The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

The Ultimate Pizza Lover’s Book ‘Pizzapedia’ Deliciously Illustrated by Bay Area Artist Dan Bransfield

Warning to pizza lovers: Dan Bransfield’s new illustrated book, Pizzapedia, might initiate a pizza craving. This guide to everyone’s favorite food, published by Ten Speed Press, is the ultimate book for those who can never have too much pizza in their lives. Filled with colorful illustrations…

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Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Meet ‘Juicy Lou’ and the 5 Best New Dishes at AT&T Park

Whether the Giants are winning or losing, food is a huge part of the experience at AT&T Park – and we’re not talking peanuts and Cracker Jack. There’s no shortage of options for your appetite as the squad kicks off another season at McCovey Cove….

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Local Chef Spotlight: Nite Yun Brings Heart, Soul & Cambodian Cuisine to Oakland

Local Chef Spotlight: Nite Yun Brings Heart, Soul & Cambodian Cuisine to Oakland

Born in a camp for Khmer Rouge refugees in Thailand, chef Nite Yun is a Cambodian immigrant who made her way to Stockton when she was a young girl. Now 35, she opened her first brick and mortar location, Nyum Bai, a Cambodian restaurant in Oakland’s…

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Wise Sons Opens a New Location in Tokyo, Complete with a Mural of SF by Bernal Heights Artist

Wise Sons Opens a New Location in Tokyo, Complete with a Mural of SF by Bernal Heights Artist

Bernal Heights artist Amos Goldbaum has brought the spirit of San Francisco to life in his latest mural—located in Japan. The painting was created for Wise Sons, a popular Jewish delicatessen founded in San Francisco’s Mission District, which opened its first location abroad in Marunouchi, a…

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Bon Appetit’s ‘Healthyish’ is Coming to SF with a Dinner Honoring Women in the Industry & Beyond

Bon Appetit’s ‘Healthyish’ is Coming to SF with a Dinner Honoring Women in the Industry & Beyond

If you know your kale from your turmeric, you’ve probably heard of Healthyish, the new-ish website from Bon Appetit magazine. On it, delicious recipes and informative stories serve a good dose of healthy, minus the preaching part. On March 27th, San Francisco will become the…

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It’s National Crab Day! 5 Fab Crab Dishes You’ll Want to Get Your Hands On

It’s National Crab Day! 5 Fab Crab Dishes You’ll Want to Get Your Hands On

Even in an abundant state like California, crab is still considered an indulgent ingredient. Not necessarily price-wise—rather, its presence always carries a festive, decadent motif, from the crab cakes to the crab eggs Benedict. The upcoming National Crab Meat Day is a great excuse to go…

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