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Show Offs: 7 Tableside Cart Services in SF

While many restaurants keep shifting into a more-casual vibe (to wit: less tablecloths, more communal tables), it’s nice to see that some fine-dining displays of bravado and flair remain. One timeless example? The tableside cart. Here are seven places that offer great tableside shows of service, a reminder that a skilled server with some culinary tricks up their jacketed sleeve never goes out of style... or fails to entertain.

Tim Cook, Fireball Recall, Oakland's Cat Cafe, & More Topics to Discuss Over Brunch

If you must talk about something other than the Giants victory this weekend. 

SF Giants World Series Parade: Photos [Updates]

For those of you who can't make it downtown San Francisco (or simply don't want to deal with the rainy weather), 7x7 will post scenes from today's Giants World Series Parade. From the spectacle's start at Embarcadero to the big presentation at Civic Center Plaza, from Hunter Pence to Madison Bumgarner, we have all of the orange-and-black pride covered. 

Silicon Valley Eats: Macarons, Off The Grid, and a Fine Diner

Prep for the new month with a delightful array of new eateries, from covetable sweets to a new go-to spot in Menlo Park. November's looking awfully bright, already.

Kickstarter for Joan Didion Documentary Raises $80K in One Day

Bay Area icon Joan Didion, best know for her powerful novels and literary journalism about life, death, and culture in 1960s California, is finally getting her time on the silver screen. 

Rich and Poor: Jim Goldberg Photographs the Economic Divide

The second edition of Rich and Poor (Steidl), by local lens master and CCA professor Jim Goldberg, is a poignant chronicle of lives on both sides of San Francisco’s economic divide in the 1970s and ’80s.

Flavor Profile: Les Clos' Cara Patricia

The former cellar master/sommelier at Saison moved down the street in September to run the food and wine show at Les Clos, the French-inspired wine bar–cafe–retail shop by fellow Saison vet Mark Bright.

Trevor Traina, Daniel Lurie, and Stylish SF Ilk Party with Gucci and GQ

It's December 4, 2014, and you're at the glamorous Chateau Marmont in Hollywood. You're among 250 guests at one of the most exclusive celebrity filled parties of the year. Did Justin Timberlake just walk by? He looks great, but you, in head-to-toe Gucci, look better...

Groupon CEO Andrew Mason's New App Reveals Hidden SF Gems

Former Groupon CEO Andrew Mason has announced his latest venture, Detour, a company that creates audio city tours for the iPhone. We asked the newly minted travel insider for a preview of his favorite spots in San Francisco. 

A Writer's Guide to San Francisco Cafes

Whether you’re a screenwriter looking for inspiration, a novelist in need of a strong cup of Joe, or a student trying to get out of the library, here are a few special San Francisco cafes perfect for scribes looking for a jolt of inspiration.

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