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Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

Late Night Soul Food Pop-Up

By now you’ve already heard all about the Pop-Up Restaurant at The Rotation in the Mission, but you might be excited to know that as of this week they are offering soulicious Chicken and Waffles until 3AM every Thursday to Sunday!

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Casey and his Pizza

Casey and his Pizza

When East Coast native Casey Crynes moved to California about seven years ago, he realized that while there are several amazing things about our state, we do sort of lack in one department: thin crust pizza. So, the former web producer decided to make his…

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Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

Project Open Hand Rethinks Strategy During Economic Downturn

The recession may be a thing of the past, but the tough economic times are still evident in all walks of life across the country.

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Wednesday is Grilled Cheese Night

Wednesday is Grilled Cheese Night

Tuesdays have gotten a lot of press for their tacos but what about Wednesday night? Well, at Brick and Bottle, you can now nab yourself a grilled cheese.

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Sightglass Coffee Opens in SOMA

Sightglass Coffee Opens in SOMA

Brothers Jerad and Justin Morrison, who have been operating mainly out of a kiosk the past two years, now have a brand new shop to call home.

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National Lollipop Day!

National Lollipop Day!

Our friends over at The Richmond SF blog, have informed us that Wednesday, July 20 is National Lollipop Day (who knew?) and that to commemorate this very special event See’s Candies will be giving away free lollies!

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Nom Nom Truck Set to Launch SF Version

Nom Nom Truck Set to Launch SF Version

The great thing about Twitter is that you can pick up little nuggets of information here and there. And in the food industry, those little nuggets can turn into news.

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Sushi in a Nightclub Setting

Sushi in a Nightclub Setting

I will readily admit that I am a horrible sushi snob. I critique every piece of sushi, every grain of rice, every slice of seafood. If there is something missing, I duly take note. But I always like to try out different places to experience…

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Baseball and BBQ Hits Oakland

Baseball and BBQ Hits Oakland

Baseball and barbecue- the perfect combination! And it’s all going down at O.co Coliseum (I still call it the Coliseum) on Saturday for the first annual Bay Area BBQ Championship.

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Four Fast Food Chains Get Poor Marks

Four Fast Food Chains Get Poor Marks

A new Consumer Reports survey of subscribers has found that fast food chains Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, McDonald’s and Taco Bell are the worst of those surveyed, mainly because of an uninspiring menu.

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Italian Style Cheesecake FTW

Italian Style Cheesecake FTW

Not all cheesecake is created equal. There are two main camps: New York Style, featuring good ol’ fashioned cream cheese–like you’d put on your bagel, and then there’s the Italian Style, which relies on Ricotta cheese for its heavenly base.

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First Bites: Bamboo Asia

First Bites: Bamboo Asia

Working in the Financial District, I am always looking for places to grab a quick bite to eat.  So whenever a new place opens, it definitely grabs my attention.

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