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Escape from SF: Tule Elk Reserve in Point Reyes

For this week's "Escape from SF," we ventured out to the Tule Elk Reserve in the Point Reyes National Seashore to observe the fall mating season and the explosion of majestic elk. 

Square's New App Lets You Pre-Order Coffee So It's Ready When You Arrive

Waiting in line for food and drink has become one of San Francisco's most unfortunate pastimes these days. Head to your nearest artisan cafe on any given morning to see this trend in action. Now, Square aims to relieve the time you queue up for choice coffee with Order, a recently launched app that allows you to pre-order your daily brew and have it waiting for you when you get to your favorite cafe.

Erica Tanov Pop Up, PoshFest, Ayr Comes to SF, & More

Bringing you the latest in retail therapy around the Bay Area.

Art in the Streets: October 24th at The NWBLK

illy Art in the Streets

San Francisco was built by artists. Sure, LA's no slouch, and NYC has style to spare, but SF is the heart of free-wheeling artistic expression and creative experimentation. We make music, write plays, direct films, dance in the streets—all on a tiny, seven-mile by seven-mile fog-shrouded peninsula at the edge of the Western world. SF invented American café culture—we just called them coffee houses.

Foodie Agenda: Bubblyfest, James Beard Taste Gala, & More

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appétit! 

A First Look at San Francisco's Transbay District

With assurances of architectural beauty, community-encouraging measures, and easy transportation, is the planned Transbay District too good to be true?

The Castro Gets Mexican Flair with Hecho

After a brief naming fiasco, Hecho (henceforth not known as Bandidos) finds its niche in the Castro, doling out upscale Mexican fare and rare tequilas.

Neighborhood Guide: What to Do in Dogpatch

Located on the waterfront and once home to large warehouses, canning factories, industrial buildings, shipyards, and wild fennel fields, Dogpatch has turned into a hub of local makers, artists, designers, and entrepreneurs. Just hop on the T-Third to enjoy the assorted retail shop and restaurants, or simply enojy soaking up some sun on the waterfront. 

7 Places to Watch the World Series in SF

Let's take this one game at a time, folks. So, please, no mention of the D-word. Not just yet. In order to help you map out where you'll watch the Giants take on the Kansas City Royals this week, we've listed 7 of our favorite places in which to watch, cheer on, and wince at the World Series. 

After Midnight: A Guide to SF’s Late Weeknight Eats

Like any world-class city, San Francisco is a variegated banquet of exceptional food, even in the wee-hours of a thirsty Friday or in the starry-eyed throes of a Saturday night. Yet, in a city full of midweek festivals, shows, movies, and music, the real question is—where’s the best food at 10:45pm on a Tuesday?

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