Yes, yes, yes, bacon is pretty damn delicious, but it this cured pork-obsessed city — where you can order it on everything from your ramen to your cocktail — we're getting a little bacon fatigued.
No hard liquor license? Most places just default to pouring wine and beer. But there are new kinds of low-proof cocktails being concocted at restaurants around the city, and we’re not talking saketinis, people—these are complex drinks using sherries, vermouths, agave wine, beer, or house-infused sakes to great effect.
Labor Day Weekend is almost here. The burners are heading out of town. Time to take advantage of this peaceful time in San Francisco by hitting one of our local parks. Here are our favorites, ranked.
In this cosmopolitan city, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices available on any given weekend. Fortunately, one Marina destination has your entire Saturday lineup covered, from brunch to cocktails to late-night fare.
The 5 things you should be doing this weekend.
The effortless soft swagger Schuyler Whiting brings to a room is enviable. Born in San Francisco and relocated as a tot to cozy Kentfield in Marin County, Whiting is a quintessentially NorCal guy: tall, lanky, and intelligent, with a penchant for classic rock music, sports, and the great outdoors.
There are more fun drinking events than we can shake a stick at this week, though we don't understand this obsession with stick-shaking.
In the days after the 6.0 Napa earthquake, centered in American Canyon near Napa and felt as far as the Santa Cruz mountains, our peace of mind was rattled to bits. What can you do to help ease your nerves for the impending Big One? Get your earthquake kit prepared. Now. An even better way would be by curating this ultra-chic earthquake kit, sure to make you the fanciest survivor in town.
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