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Kinda Weird (But Really Good) Restaurants to Try in Wine Country

When looking for a place to eat in Wine Country, "charming," "rustic," "al fresco," "quaint" spots abound. For foodies looking for something different, here are five out-of-the-ordinary restaurants to try. Who's afraid of ghosts?

Discover Batteries to Bluffs Trail, A Bay Area Gem

If you're looking for a relatively easy hike with a huge payoff, then look no further than the Batteries to Bluffs Trail in the Presidio.

How to Forage for Seaweed + Mussels in the San Francisco Bay

Delicious, local, and sustainable the beaches around the San Francsico Bay are teeming with fresh seaweed, just ripe for the picking. 

5 Topics Everyone Will Be Discussing Over Brunch

Here's what you should be discussing over your avocado toast and almond milk lattes this weekend.

City Staycation: A Gay Ole Time in The Castro

For all its longtime neighborhood shortcomings—take, for example, poor taste (the area's small businesses have names like Hand Job, Slurp, and Spunk) and a serious lack of real food—the Castro is celebrating a new day under the rainbow. 

A Modern Guide to Guerneville

With hot summer nights and new restaurants, bars, and shops popping up everyday in Guernville, the Russian River gem is a must for your bucket list. Go hiking, biking, tubing, canoeing, wine tasting, and partying—or just laze by the river. Guerneville doesn't disappoint.

Sweat SF: Everything You Need to Know About Rogue and Saint

With two unique studio spaces, Rogue and Saint offers Elite Bootcamps and Athletic Pilates classes for a healthy balance of variety and consistency. But don’t make the mistake of interpreting the two disciplines as a “Naughty & Nice” approach to fitness; at Rogue and Saint, all innocence is left at the door. Literally, as two life-size photos of nude, awe-inspiring athletic male and female bodies greet you just past the front desk.

Bay Area Bikeshare Reveals Mint Green Bikes for Oakland Expansion

The Town is about to get even more stylish with the addition of thousands of flashy mint green bikes. 

Drink up SF History: How Irish Coffee Came to America

The setup looks like a magic trick. Ten tulip-shaped champagne glasses side-by-side on a grated rail behind Buena Vista Cafe’s crowded saloon bar. Two cubes of C&H sugar drop into each glass. The bartender tips a pot of Peerless coffee and partly fills each glass down the line. A spoon follows, briskly pitching steam into the air. The heat is extinguished with a unbroken pour of Tullamore Dew whiskey and a white dollop of whipped cream.

We Wanna Be Friends With Warriors Guard Klay Thompson

Warrior’s guard Klay Thompson may hold the record for most points in one quarter (37), but what advice would the 25-year-old basketball star give himself if he could turn back time?

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