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6 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

6 Stunning Photo-Worthy Wineries to Visit in the North Bay

Let’s face it—wine tasting has come to be about so much more than grapes and acidity. While sipping and nodding knowledgeably are still staple behaviors, documenting wine weekends on social media is as a whole other art form within itself. Winery owners are well aware…

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New Wagyu Beef Restaurant “Gozu” to Open in SoMa

New Wagyu Beef Restaurant “Gozu” to Open in SoMa

Head chef Marc Zimmerman recently left his post at Alexander’s, a well-established and upscale steak house, to start his dream of owning his own wagyu beef restaurant. The new venture is set to open sometime later this year, and will primarily serve robata-style cooked wagyu…

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Eat Drink SF Celebrates 10 Years with Guest Chefs & Over 115 Participating Restaurants

Eat Drink SF Celebrates 10 Years with Guest Chefs & Over 115 Participating Restaurants

Eat Drink SF is around the corner, marking the end of August, as well as its 10th anniversary. What started as a small festival by the Golden Gate Restaurant Association grew to be a mega-event drawing tourist from all over the country and having locals line…

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Where to Eat and Drink While Everyone’s at Burning Man

Where to Eat and Drink While Everyone’s at Burning Man

You know the drill—once a year the intensity of San Francisco decreases, and peace and quiet wrap the streets (sort of). And the restaurants? Humanely half-empty. Dolores Park? You can actually see the grass. While a huge chunk of the Bay Area heads to Burning Man,…

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Inventive Thai Restaurant Farmhouse Kitchen Expands to Jack London Square

Inventive Thai Restaurant Farmhouse Kitchen Expands to Jack London Square

Jack London Square is currently in the center of a bar and restaurant boom, with Belcampo opening its new spot on the water, Dyafa quickly becoming a favorite, and a new cider bar underway. Farmhouse Kitchen, with its new fancy digs, is the latest addition to…

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National Farmers Market Week: Support Local Farms & Food Producers on the Regular

National Farmers Market Week: Support Local Farms & Food Producers on the Regular

For those who are already in love with their local farmers market, we’re preaching to the choir. For everyone else, go find your local farmers market. Eating healthier will make you feel physically better, and supporting local farms and food producers is something that’s good for everyone. This…

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Six Bay Area Eateries Make Bon Appetite’s ‘America’s Top 50 Best New Restaurants’ List

Six Bay Area Eateries Make Bon Appetite’s ‘America’s Top 50 Best New Restaurants’ List

Each year, Bon Appetite, the powerhouse food magazine, creates an annual list of the Top 50 nominees for “America’s Best New Restaurants of 2018.” This year, the Bay Area claimed six of those coveted top spots. While we wait until August 14, for Bon Appetit’s Top…

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5 New Richmond Restaurants to Try This Summer

5 New Richmond Restaurants to Try This Summer

While the Sunset is flourishing with new boutiques, in the Outer and Inner Richmond, restaurants and eateries have been opening by the hour. In fact, a few brand new restaurants have joined the neighborhood in a matter of months, giving museum-goers and park walkers an…

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The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

The Best Events in the San Francisco Bay Area This Week

Beer Slushies, Kubrick at Alamo, Hello Kitty Day, Gilroy Garlic Fest & More! Get our list of the best events every week in your inbox, Subscribe to our newsletter. Mini Japanese Street Food Fest – Beer Slushies Saturday at Umami Mart in Oakland – FREE…

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Beloved SF Bakery La Victoria Set to Close Next Month

Beloved SF Bakery La Victoria Set to Close Next Month

After 67 years of business on 24th Street in the Mission, the building that houses the local bakery La Victoria is set to be sold next month. It’s not just La Victoria that relies on the building, the other five subtenants who lease space in…

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Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Undiscovered SF is Highlighting Filipino Culture in the Bay

Among the food trends showering San Francisco, Filipino food has been, so far, a modest voice. With the upcoming Undiscovered night market, however, things are going to change. Returning for a second, much bigger season, on July 21st, the market will host a number of local chefs…

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San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

Love going out for some drinks with friends, but have that nagging guilt about having to leave your best friend and companion home alone? We’ve come up with a list of bars that offer a great atmosphere, and a safe place to bring your favorite…

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