The most enticing culinary happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit!
Delicious, local, and sustainable, Northern California sea urchin is an eco-conscious foodie dream. Even better, the Sonoma-Mendocino coastline is straight-up lousy with the spiny-shelled creatures. Does your uni-love inspire you to slither into a wet suit and go diving for your dinner?
This 3-acre compound with 10 bedrooms and 8.5 baths in Ross is your dream house if you like to rock out to loud music, hate your neighbors, your in-laws are coming to visit, or you generally need lots of empty space to survive.
For its inaugural art fair, Silicon Valley Contemporary draws an international roster of 50 exhibitors showcasing 300 artists. The styles and mediums of the works on display will vary – large-scale robot-produced paintings by the prolific graffiti artist Katsu, a sculpture made of razor blades by South Korean monk and artist Jungsan Senim, ethereal photographs of women by Isreali photographer Yigal Ozeri – but the selection is tied together by technology’s impact on art practices around the world.
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Finally, city government wants to do something about San Francisco's congested parking scene, and it's looking to car sharing to help fix the problem. As of this morning the SFMTA will dedicate 900 of its parking spaces to three local car sharing companies.
It’s finally that time of year in San Francisco when you can don your sandals and sunglasses, and enjoy a six pack in the park. In honor of springtime we’ve rounded up a list of the city’s bright, citrusy, and cool ceviches.
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