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5 Must-Eat Tacos When in L.A.

Guisados Taco Sampler

It's no secret that San Francisco is home to America's Best Burrito, but a recent trip to Los Angeles proved that our neighbor to the south takes its Mexican food just as seriously. Here are five must-eat tacos for the next time you find yourself in the City of Angels. 

Stylish Cottages + Cabins to Camp out in Northern California

It’s time to consider your next cozy escape. Since cottages can be code for floral chintz and wallpaper adorned with ribbon-necked geese, we’ve assembled 11 stylish hideaways that eschew cutesy for comfort.

Wise Sons' New Bakery Will Attempt to Bring the New York Bagel to SF

While San Francisco may excel at crafting artisanal coffee and $4 toast, the secret to the perfect bagel still eludes us. Our struggles with the breakfast pastry have been well-documented—from Buzzfeed to The New York Times—but now Wise Sons is getting into the heated arena. 

The Bay Area's Most Inspiring Home Décor Showrooms

Filled with eclectic pieces from mid-century to modern to craftsman, these local showrooms are sure to give you a heaping dose of décor inspiration. 

The Bay Area's 7 Best Pies

Some of us here at 7x7 think that cake reigns supreme in the circular desserts category, while others believe the nostalgia, homeyness, and American spirit of pie trumps any layered creation. For the latter of us, we’ve ranked the best in the Bay. Get out your forks, and open your pie hole.

Property Porn: Go Mod in This Pac Heights Condo for $2M

Built in 1960 by architect-to-the-wealthy George Livermore, this four-story Pac Heights condo blends old-world charm with modern amenities. 

A Modern Guide to Sacramento

Toward the end of “California Love,” Dr. Dre asks the question we're all thinking: “Sacramento, where you at?” As of late, the inland town is on our radar for hip new shops, bars, and restaurants that fill the historic buildings of tree-lined Midtown.

New Amy Winehouse Exhibit Reveals What the Tabloids Never Did

Behind every diva is a family. Even such a diva as Amy Winehouse who, sadly, is often remembered mostly for the flash and scandal of her final days. “Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait,” which opened at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum on July 23 and was created in collaboration with her brother, Alex Winehouse, and the Winehouse family, shines an all new light on the musician and her work, focusing on her young life and the family’s history. This may come as no surprise, but San Franciscans will also find plenty of common ground: Amy Winehouse was a lot like us.

Susan Sarandon Is Opening a Ping-Pong Bar in SoMa

Start practicing your backhand: The self-described "ping pong social club" Spin is making its way to the Bay Area.  

We're Looking for Fall Interns!

Still in school and wanting to jump-start your publishing career with hands-on experience? 7x7 is seeking fantastic interns to start immediately through the end of the fall semester. If you’re in the know about what’s happening all over the Bay Area and are a student currently enrolled in classes, you could be a part of our team.

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