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Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Let The Turkey Live! 5 Thoughtful Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving This Year

Maybe you want to save a few birds this year—or maybe you don’t even really like turkey. Regardless of how you’re feeling this season, there are plenty of ways to get away from the dinner table and explore a deeper appreciation of all the good the…

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Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Local Business Spotlight: Iron Horse Cocktails Sneaks into Maiden Lane

Maiden Lane, the chic, semi-hidden downtown alley, had seen a lot over the last couple of years. There was the talked-about Gwyneth Paltrow pop-up. The Chanel robbery. Numerous boutique openings. Now, as 2017 wraps up, it’s getting its first bar: Iron Horse Cocktails. The bar’s current location was…

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5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

5 Solid San Francisco Restaurants To Take Out-of-Town Relatives

It’s that time of year again; parents, aunts and distant cousins flock to town to celebrate Thanksgiving, then Christmas, then winter break and New Year’s Eve. They look up to you, the mighty local. Having lived in the city long enough, you’re now their unofficial tour…

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Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Bloggers of the Bay Area: A Slice of Home & Happiness in the Castro with Kendall Chase

Vibrant, gorgeous and openly gay, Kendall Chase just might be the quintessential San Francisco blogger. With 19,200 Instagram followers at @chasingkendall and a website full of stylish advise on anything from winter hoodies to hosting a party, Chase is the first guest of our new series…

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The 2018 Michelin Guide & the SF Bay Area Restaurants Seeing Stars

The 2018 Michelin Guide & the SF Bay Area Restaurants Seeing Stars

The newly published Michelin Guide: San Francisco Bay Area & Wine Country 2018 of top-rated restaurants, which includes the full reviews, will be officially released on Friday but today the list of local restaurants that made the cut was announced. And here’s who’s getting those…

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8 Donuts You Wish You Never Knew About

8 Donuts You Wish You Never Knew About

In world full of perfectly glazed donuts, it’s hard to notice all the creative pastry options that have a home right here in the Bay Area. Did you know there’s a Sriracha and egg filled donut? Neither did we, so we’ve compiled a collection of…

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 18th Anniversary with Plans for New Mission Street Wine Bar

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 18th Anniversary with Plans for New Mission Street Wine Bar

Foreign Cinema recently held a fundraiser to celebrate 18 successful years of operation in San Francisco. During this event, where proceeds went to the local chapter of the Human Rights Campaign that advocates on behalf of the LGBTQ community, more intriguing details emerged about the…

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5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

5 Tapas & Spanish Restaurants to Spice Up a Chilly San Francisco Night

As fall fast approaches, the allure of warm, Mediterranean flavors becomes stronger and stronger. Lucky for us, the local food scene meets this craving with new and worthy Spanish restaurants, while established institutions keep traditions alive. Hearty paella, spicy pulpo and boozy sangria can all be…

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On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

On the Search for Perfection: 5 Standout Mushroom Dishes Found in SF

Britain’s Jamie Oliver once called mushrooms ‘nature’s steak’. Vegetarians have been relying on them for ages, and no pizza or comforting pasta dish is complete without them. And come fall, they’re popping everywhere, ready to soak up delicious sauces and adorn creamy polentas. This versatile ingredient which, along…

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5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

5 Restaurants Around Mill Valley Film Festival That Take ‘Dinner & a Movie’ to the Next Level

The Mill Valley Film Festival is one of our northerly neighbor’s most exciting cinematic events, drawing bigger and bigger names each year. This time around, the festival is happening on October 5-15th and promising indie queen Greta Gerwig, a Sean Penn tribute and much more. And…

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Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Oakland’s ‘Omni Commons’ Connecting Culture, Collectives & Community in a Big Way

Unfortunately, these days, it’s rare to not hear about another San Francisco creative space that’s in danger of disappearing. It’s an all too familiar story for many artists across the Bay, as studios and other venues for radical experimentation have slowly folded in the wake…

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London’s Tastemaker Collective is Hosting a Dinner Series & ‘Nightclub for Food Lovers’ Event in SF

London’s Tastemaker Collective is Hosting a Dinner Series & ‘Nightclub for Food Lovers’ Event in SF

The San Francisco food scene is peppered with events and festivals as it is, and this October it’s about to get even hotter. The London-based Tastemaker Collective is coming to San Francisco with its U.S. debut. From September 26-October 1, the collective, from the organizers of Taste Festivals…

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