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10 Places to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (And All Season Long)

10 Places to Watch the Golden State Warriors on Opening Night (And All Season Long)

The Golden State Warriors are back! And their quest for back-to-back titles and the third championship in four years begins tonight at Oracle Arena in Oakland against fellow Western Conference squad the Houston Rockets. Whether you’re a casual fan or a die-hard supporter of 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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A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

A New Arcade Bar & Event Space Set to Open Next Month in NOPA

Emporium is a new 12,000 square foot concept bar and event space that is set to open in October. This new NOPA hang out is located right near the Independent and is housed in the 100-year-old, former Harding Theater. As delivery trucks are busy dropping…

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CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

CA Legislators Reject Proposal to Extend Nightlife Hours to 4AM

On the Friday before Labor Day weekend, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee dismantled a bill that would allow communities to decide whether bars can serve alcohol past the current 2AM cutoff. Democratic State Senator Scott Wiener introduced the latest piece of legislation back in February….

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Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Unconventional Wi-Fi Spots to Make Working Remotely Way More Enjoyable

Working from home can inevitably start to feel like going to the same office every day, but it doesn’t have to. We’ve searched out some noteworthy spots around the city that are perfect for a workday field trip or maybe even a more permanent cafe…

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Oakland’s Modern Izakaya and Ramen Restaurant Shinmai Opens its Doors

Oakland’s Modern Izakaya and Ramen Restaurant Shinmai Opens its Doors

Shinmai just recently opened a 100-person Japanese dining space in Uptown Oakland. The new spot offers both izakaya and ramen, two of Tokyo’s most popular culinary offerings. Patrons can order a series of casual bar bites, small plates or a steaming bowl of noodles, all…

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Trick Dog Bar’s Clever Take on a Rhyming Children’s Books Wins World’s Best Cocktail Menu

Trick Dog Bar’s Clever Take on a Rhyming Children’s Books Wins World’s Best Cocktail Menu

Mission District bar Trick Dog, is known for its creative and ever-evolving menu concepts. Now for the bar’s 10th bi-annual menu, which launched earlier this month, they introduced a dozen new cocktails that collectively doubles as a children’s book sold for charity. Trick Dog’s impressive…

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Showdown’s Last Stand, Beloved Local Bar Says Goodbye to Sixth Street

Showdown’s Last Stand, Beloved Local Bar Says Goodbye to Sixth Street

Showdown is a bar for locals. A place to stop in after work, then stay way too long and wake up the next day with some photo strips in your purse. It’s for folks that aren’t scared off by the rough Sixth Street location. The type…

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Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

Noise Pop Announces the Return of Historic Music Venue Café du Nord at Swedish American Hall

With all the news in recent years about venues closing, it’s always fantastic to report about new venues opening. Better yet, the revival of one of the Bay Area’s historic music venues. Café du Nord, will officially return next month, with help from Noise Pop…

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New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

New Cocktail Bar ‘The Douglas Room’ Opens Inside Remodeled Tilden Hotel

After some recent renovations at the Tilden Hotel in Union Square, a new 45-seat bar called The Douglas Room opened up last month. The space embodies a ’50s era ambiance, offering up some signature cocktails and late night bites. This destination is the latest project…

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Last Call for Alcohol Could Move to 4am, Thanks to New California Nightlife Bill

Last Call for Alcohol Could Move to 4am, Thanks to New California Nightlife Bill

Bars and restaurants across California may soon be allowed to serve alcohol to patrons late into the night, if a new piece of legislation passes. Update: State Senate has approved the bill and will now move on to the state Assembly, one of the last…

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Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

Taking it Back to the Old School: 12 SF Activity Date Ideas

We live in a technological age where information abounds, with so many opportunities literally at our fingertips. However, sometimes a good old-fashioned outing is the perfect nostalgic change of pace that you’ve been craving. With that in mind, we decided to log off, ditch the traditional…

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