For some San Franciscans, all Super Bowl weekend means is closed streets, crowds, and general insanity. If football isn’t really your thing, or you just can’t imagine being stuck in the middle of the crowd, you might want to consider heading out on one of these adventures this weekend.
Do you remember that fall day in 2013 when the entire city stopped what they were doing, left work, and watched a boy become Batkid for the day? Make-A-Wish Greater Bay Area, the local chapter of the national organization that grants a wish every 37 seconds around the country, made that happen.
February is heating up with the Kitten Bowl (or Super Bowl, if that's your thing) and Mardi Gras parties. Here's the scoop on what to do this weekend.
I do not get drunk. I get awesome.
San Franciscans never tire of looking at pretty pictures of San Francisco—we're pretty vain that way (and our Instagram feed is proof). But now, there is a panoramic snap of the city that's being touted as one of the highest resolution images ever created. It may be the one crazy-amazing thing to come out of Super Bowl week. Seriously, you have to see this.
Valentine's Day is approaching whether you like it or not. And while you can never go wrong with flowers, chocolates, and lingerie, we have a couple slightly more unique ideas that are sure to get the romance started next weekend.
Your monthly guide to shopping fresh produce at the Ferry Plaza farmers market.
Broncos orange is a very hard color to pull off. And Carolina's bright blue can be a little daunting in the dead of winter. So regardless of who you're supporting this gameday, take our advice and opt for warm layers, comfy-cool kicks, and a clear carryall (a requisite for anyone actually attending the game). You'll look chic, and also like you know the difference between a false start and a neutral zone infraction.
Looking to unwind and uncork this weekend? W San Francisco’s lively restaurant, TRACE is the answer. The acclaimed hotel restaurant is pleased to present Wine Down Weekends, a new wine initiative that allows diners to purchase bottles of California wine from the restaurant’s cellar at suggested retail pricing during dinner on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit!
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