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San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

San Francisco’s Dog-Friendly Bars & the Parks Nearby

Love going out for some drinks with friends, but have that nagging guilt about having to leave your best friend and companion home alone? We’ve come up with a list of bars that offer a great atmosphere, and a safe place to bring your favorite…

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Dark Horse Inn is the First to Receive a New SF Liquor License Specific to Outer SF Neighborhoods

Dark Horse Inn is the First to Receive a New SF Liquor License Specific to Outer SF Neighborhoods

Low-key Excelsior district watering hole and restaurant The Dark Horse Inn is the first local business to receive a brand new San Francisco-specific ‘Type 87’ liquor license from California’s Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. The new licenses target outer San Francisco neighborhoods, permitting on-site sales of…

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Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

Asian Art Museum Hosts First ‘Night Market’ Food Festival

The Asian Art Museum is hosting their first Pan-Asian and Asian American food festival at the museum, expanding on the nighttime museum experience except, this time, the galleries won’t be open and the focus will be on the culinary arts. The Hawker Centre Festival, coming our way on…

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Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

Much Loved Lefty O’Doul’s Finds a Second Life in New Location

The popular Union Square bar and restaurant Lefty O’Doul’s, unfortunately, closed back in January 2017 due to a dispute between the owner and his landlord with no return in sight. Fortunately, a little good news…the restaurant is expected to return but to a new location and…

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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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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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8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

8 Awesome Ways to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in SF

Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and you know you’ll want to celebrate. This year, a fun coincidence led to the holiday’s union with the Kentucky Derby, resulting in refreshing combos of mint juleps and tacos all over town. Where to toast with margaritas, lick paletas,…

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The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

The Marina’s Parigo Adds Some Tiki Bar Action to Its Week

Tiki bars have always been fun, escapist and delightfully kitschy—and this year they’re getting the foodie makeover they deserve. First came the Kon Tiki in Oakland, offering elevated bites with its over the top cocktails. Now the latest in Tiki action in San Francisco is newcomer…

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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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