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Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

Learn How to Cook at these 5 Bay Area Spots

With Blue Apron, Caviar, and Tender Greens in the picture, who needs cooking, anyway? No one, if it’s out of sheer necessity. But as a unique skill and an opportunity to have elevated fun, however, cooking is definitely re-branding itself in San Francisco, with a…

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5 Sexy New Bars Perfect for a Summer Meet Up in SF

5 Sexy New Bars Perfect for a Summer Meet Up in SF

The latest trend in bar world? That would be elevated, chic spots with sophisticated menus, occasional neon signs and big names at the helm. From the latest offering by local superstar Traci des Jardins to a tapas-inspired drinking hall in the Castro, the following establishments are…

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Soba Ichi: A New Hand-Cut Japanese Soba Restaurant Set to Open in Oakland

Soba Ichi: A New Hand-Cut Japanese Soba Restaurant Set to Open in Oakland

Finding good quality soba can be a struggle, as it is a pretty difficult to master, but we are all excited to see how the guys at Soba Ichi take on the challenge. Christian Geideman, Paul Discoe, Koichi Ishii and Shinichi Washino are opening a new teuchi restaurant,…

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The Refugee Food Festival is Landing in San Francisco: Celebrating Cooking & Hospitality Across Cultures

The Refugee Food Festival is Landing in San Francisco: Celebrating Cooking & Hospitality Across Cultures

San Francisco is no stranger to the refugee topic, from the recent debates on its sanctuary city status to the way refugee and immigrant chefs are an embedded part of the community. It’s hardly a coincidence, then, that the Refugee Food Festival, an initiative in partnership with…

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The Best Damn Donuts in the SF Bay Area: 6 Picks for National Donut Day

The Best Damn Donuts in the SF Bay Area: 6 Picks for National Donut Day

You can be confused about the proper spelling of ‘doughnuts’ (it’s officially ‘doughnut’ but the acceptable, simplified version is ‘donut’), but you can’t possibly dislike them. Just in time for summer and outdoor hangouts, June 1st marks National Doughnut Day, in a tribute to the deep-fried,…

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5 New Sunny Spots for East Bay Al Fresco Dining

5 New Sunny Spots for East Bay Al Fresco Dining

Sun’s out, hamburger buns out! While San Francisco frequently loses its summer to the Marine Layer, the East Bay has been enjoying non-stop sunshine, pretty much since February. Sun plus pleasant temperatures equal dining outdoors, pets and friends in tow, and every year, a fresh crop…

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Outside Lands! The 2018 Food and Drink Lineup with Over 200 Menu Options

Outside Lands! The 2018 Food and Drink Lineup with Over 200 Menu Options

Organizers for the 11th annual Outside Lands announced the food and drink lineup, complete with more than 200 menu options plus 30 breweries and 41 wineries from Northern California. Cuisine and drink options exist across seven unique festival experiences (A Taste of the Bay Area,…

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5 Treasure Island Food & Drink Spots Worth the Trip from Either Side of the Bay

5 Treasure Island Food & Drink Spots Worth the Trip from Either Side of the Bay

Call it a coincidence, but ever since the Treasure Island Flea rebranded itself into Treasurefest and moved across the island, the culinary options nearby it magically improved. Also new spots have opened on the island, luring people from both sides of the Bay to take…

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New Castro Boozy Brunch Spot ‘Wooden Spoon’ Opens in Swedish American Hall

New Castro Boozy Brunch Spot ‘Wooden Spoon’ Opens in Swedish American Hall

Wooden Spoon is the new and sunny Castro neighborhood destination within the Swedish American Hall building, offering up eggs benedict, sandwiches, and salads, along with brunch and midday cocktails. This fresh restaurant located at 2172 Market St. comes from the brothers behind Woodhouse Fish Co. and West…

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Marshawn Lynch (Oakland Raiders) is Making Moves Toward Opening New Emeryville Restaurant

Marshawn Lynch (Oakland Raiders) is Making Moves Toward Opening New Emeryville Restaurant

For those who don’t already know, Marshawn Lynch is one of the wonder-children of the NFL, currently playing running back for the Oakland Raiders. Apparently, Lynch is also moving forward with his dream of owning a restaurant and has purchased the Emeryville soul food spot named…

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Stonemill Matcha Brings the Sweet & Savory Japanese Treats to the Mission

Stonemill Matcha Brings the Sweet & Savory Japanese Treats to the Mission

Matcha is impossible not to love. Instagram-friendly, ceremonial, healthy, and generally very hygge, the Japanese green tea powder have already conquered our lattes and is now moving on to food. Case in point—the brand new Stonemill Matcha cafe and eatery, opening in the Mission this weekend….

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5 New Bay Area Ramen Spots to Try

5 New Bay Area Ramen Spots to Try

Last month, the closure of Ken Ken Ramen, the intimate, cozy Mission favorite, had many ramen lovers devastated. The restaurant, which fed hungry noodle slurpers for five solid years, is no longer open due to a mix of the owner’s personal and financial reasons. While it…

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