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What to Do in Golden Gate Park

Even larger than New York's Central Park, Golden Gate Park is iconic for its 1,000-plus acres of hidden meadows, waterfalls, lakes, redwood trees, gardens, museums and more. Here's your comprehensive to-do list in SF's beloved green oasis. 

You Can Now Stay at Julia Child's House In Provence, France via Airbnb

Foodies, try to hold in your squeals of excitement. Julia Child's former three-bedroom home is now available on Airbnb, and everything is exactly how the culinary goddess left it.

Property Porn: $10.9 Million Dream Home Is Sooo Pacific Heights

If it's your dream to nest inside a Pac Heights manse where you can play sommelier by night and take your Lulu-clad buns for a jog up the Lyon Street steps by day, then this is the house for you.

The Ultimate Urban Hike: Ocean Beach to the Presidio

Lace up your sneakers to take in the many sights (and snacks!) along the way.

826 Valencia Opens New Location in Tenderloin

826 Valencia officially expanded its services to the Tenderloin last week, opening its second San Francisco location in a former liquor store on the corner of Golden Gate and Leavenworth. 

Hangar 1 Introduces Limited-Edition Vodka Made From Bay Area Fog

The notorious San Francisco fog just got a little boozier thanks to Alameda-based distillery Hangar 1. Drought-savvy and innovative, Hangar 1's new Fog Point Vodka is the first ever vodka made with San Franciscan fog-caught water.

Secret Recipe: Delfina's Grilled Calamari

When you order calamari as an appetizer at a restaurant, it too often comes breaded, fried, and served with marinara sauce. Delfina takes a different route, flash-grilling the calamari until tender, then serving it over a bed of buttery white bean salad. The picada sauce adds an herby garlicky kick, making this one dish you'll want to make over and over again.

5 Bay Area Adventures for Memorial Day Weekend

If you're planning on staying local this holiday weekend, we've got five awesome day trip adventures you need to check out. 

The deYoung Museum Pays Exuberant Tribute to Oscar de la Renta in New Retrospective

"A garden is probably the most spiritual and purest of joys. It's a communion with nature and beauty in the most simple and fundamental form," said Oscar de la Renta, shortly before he passed, in 2014. Himself a talented gardener, the designer was beloved for his exceptional floral prints. Now open at the de Young Museum, Oscar de la Renta: The Retrospective, is a full-bloom tribute to the dazzling career of a man who truly celebrated life.

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