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Outside Lands 2019 Food and Drink Lineup Packed with NorCal Culture

Outside Lands 2019 Food and Drink Lineup Packed with NorCal Culture

With great fanfare, organizers of Outside Lands unveiled an intriguing food and drink lineup for 2019; featuring more than 200 menu items from 80 restaurants, 46 wineries, 31 breweries, and 6 cocktail bars. Outside Lands’ seven distinct food and drink experiences underscore Northern California’s culinary…

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Veuve Clicquot Yelloweek is Coming to Town: Here’s What You Need to Know

Veuve Clicquot Yelloweek is Coming to Town: Here’s What You Need to Know

The bright-yellow label of Veuve Clicquot is synonymous with indulgent, good times; especially given the fact the brand does all it can foster a party-loving, bubbly image. During the annual global Yelloweek festivities, cities around the world get a hefty dose of champagne-fueled fun, with…

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5 Fun Activities to Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

5 Fun Activities to Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, why not take the ‘experience is better than a gift’ approach? Instead of giving mom yet another scarf or scented candle, show your love with your time; take her to an exercise class, an exhibition or a play….

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Put These May Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

Put These May Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

May marks the official launch of spring; cue rooftop cocktails, more sunlight, later nights, and lighter, brighter food. Are you ready for matcha, Mexican food, a new Off the Grid and sipping more wine outside? The following events have your month of May covered. ~~~~~~~~…

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Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Teachers Get a Free Burger on Super Duper Day

Super Duper Burgers is celebrating the 9th Annual Super Duper Day on Monday, April 29th. There are two pretty cool ways they’re giving back to say thank you to their customers as part of the celebration. From 5pm to 8pm, any teacher with a valid…

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The Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots You Need Right Now

The Best Brunch and Breakfast Spots You Need Right Now

Breakfast and brunch, no matter how you spin them, will always have egg and carb dreams to cater to. The smells of coffee, eggs, bacon, hashbrowns and pancakes make the beloved tradition comforting and hearty, but also expected. That’s why, when a place comes along…

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Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day with Free Sandwiches in SF

Celebrate National Grilled Cheese Day with Free Sandwiches in SF

Friday is National Grilled Cheese Day and the GrilledCheezGuy (at 529 Stevenson Street) is offering up free grilled cheese sandwiches. So hopefully you can make it downtown for a free, oooey-gooey treat; but if you can’t, don’t forget to celebrate at home with your own…

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Put These April Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

Put These April Food and Drink Events on Your Radar

Drinking caramel? Biting into a famous hamburger? Having brunch for dinner? April, the first month to mark the much-anticipated summer-ish vibe, has it all, in truly decadent style. Where to indulge in the month’s best foodie films, meals and events? And where, if you really…

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Five New Food Options at Oracle Park This Season

Five New Food Options at Oracle Park This Season

A lack of big offseason moves on the Giants roster left some fans looking for reasons to celebrate before Opening Day. And certainly, the product on the field at this time is more hope than promise, but there’s still something we can all get excited…

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A Taste of Tunisia is Coming to the Marina

A Taste of Tunisia is Coming to the Marina

San Francisco is frequented by all sorts of pop-ups, but rarely does the invite include the word “Tunisia” in it. Soukra, a San Francisco-based online store for all things Tunisian, is going brick-and-mortar for one week, March 18th – 24th; giving shoppers a taste of…

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Are You Ready for Samin Nosrat’s New Cookbook?

Are You Ready for Samin Nosrat’s New Cookbook?

Samin Nosrat’s book “Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat” became a sensation and her Netflix mini-series by the same name turned her into a beloved source of warmth and inspiration. Samin Nosrat, the smiley, bubbly chef, who graduated from Cal and learned the restaurant business at Chez…

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Huge Rent Increase May Force San Francisco Chinatown Fortune Cookie Factory to Close

Huge Rent Increase May Force San Francisco Chinatown Fortune Cookie Factory to Close

The sweet aroma of freshly made cookie dough has filled Ross Alley in San Francisco’s Chinatown for 57 years, but this local business known for handmade fortune cookies may soon be joining the growing list of San Francisco businesses forced to pay up, relocate or…

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