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Goodbye to The Gangway: Landmark Gay Bar Closes its Doors

Goodbye to The Gangway: Landmark Gay Bar Closes its Doors

San Francisco’s longest continuously operating gay bar, The Gangway, suddenly closed after 108 years serving drinks at 841 Larkin Street. The nautical-themed tavern in the Tenderloin recently transferred its liquor license to a new entrepreneur and future plans for the building are currently unclear. Popular with…

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Emporium SF to Host Its Own Olympics (of Arcade & Bar Games)

Emporium SF to Host Its Own Olympics (of Arcade & Bar Games)

Newly opened arcade and bar Emporium SF will host a 2-week gaming tournament running simultaneously with the actual Winter Olympics. While the hardcore athletes head to the city of PyeongChang in South Korea for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games (February 9-25) those who are more skilled…

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Puppies and Cocktails for a Charitable Cause at the Mauna Loa Club

Puppies and Cocktails for a Charitable Cause at the Mauna Loa Club

Not that anyone ever needs a reason to play with puppies, but in February, you can snuggle and pet the cutest creatures on earth—in the name of charity. On February 3rd, the Marina bar Mauna Loa Club will be hosting a fundraising event benefiting Family Dog…

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25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

25 SF Beer Week Events You Absolutely Must Attend

Even for the savviest of beer lovers, SF Beer Week can be overwhelming. With more than 450 events, from food and beer pairings to brewery tours, SF Beer Week caters to the hardcore beer lovers and casual lager enthusiasts alike. Want the rundown of what not…

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Lunch On Us: International Smoke

Lunch On Us: International Smoke

We’re giving away lunch (for two) every month in 2018! To begin the new year in the most delicious way, January’s lunch is… International Smoke, the new restaurant in downtown San Francisco from Ayesha Curry and Chef Michael Mina. Enter to win a $50 gift…

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Trick Dog Goes Sky-High with its Latest ‘Airways’ Themed Cocktail Menu

Trick Dog Goes Sky-High with its Latest ‘Airways’ Themed Cocktail Menu

Every six months, Mission district cocktail bar Trick Dog discards its entire menu and replaces it with a new, themed selection of drinks. The 11th iteration was introduced this week and dubbed Trick Dog Airways, a collection of concoctions that mimics the design of a…

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Best of 2017: All-Star Cocktails Selected by Local Bartenders & Industry Experts

Best of 2017: All-Star Cocktails Selected by Local Bartenders & Industry Experts

2017 might have been a wacky year in politics and climate, but one thing is certain—it was kind to the local bar scene. New and curious bars opened in abundance, hotels became drinking destinations and restaurants upped their cocktail game in the never-ending competition for…

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6 Hotel Bars Locals Can Enjoy During the Holidays & Beyond

6 Hotel Bars Locals Can Enjoy During the Holidays & Beyond

For those looking to branch out, past their usual neighborhood bar, an interesting drinking experience has been taking shape in cities across the U.S—hotel bars where locals are more than welcome. Drinks at a hotel can feel oddly transformative and comforting; it’s like having an…

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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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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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Anchor Brewing Company’s New Public Taproom in Potrero Grand Opening & Kick-Off Party

Anchor Brewing Company’s New Public Taproom in Potrero Grand Opening & Kick-Off Party

Despite the August acquisition by Japanese mega-brewery Sapporo, San Francisco’s Anchor Brewing Company still has sights on expanding its presence within the local San Francisco community. Anchor’s new taproom, Anchor Public Taps, kicks open its doors with an official grand opening party happening this Saturday. And the…

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Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Renovated MatrixFillmore Adds Elevated Cocktails & Returns to its Historic Name ‘The Matrix’

Marina district nightclub MatrixFillmore closed earlier this year for a remodel, and has reopened as a low-key cocktail bar and changed back to its original name, Matrix. Famous live shows took place inside this venue, with performances spanning Bob Marley to The Velvet Underground. The Matrix…

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