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San Francisco's Best New Restaurants

The Best New Restaurants

Over 10 years ago, I wrote a story for 7x7 lamenting the city’s ubiquitous Cal-eclectic menus of the beet-and-goat-cheese-salad sort. Today, dining in the city is a much more dynamic, global affair.

The Big Eat Seattle: 100 Things To Try Before You Die

1. Support young writers by shopping at the Space Travel Supply Company. (Greenwood)
2. Fly a kite at Gasworks Park. (Wallingford)
3. Giggle at the kitsch at Archie McPhee's. (Wallingford)
4. Have a laugh at quirky Bizzarro Italian Cafe. (Wallingford)
5. Find your favorite sweet treat: try a Trophy Cupcake. (Wallingford)

A Downtown Wedding in the Iconic Julia Morgan Ballroom

Ana and David met while attending Princeton University, although both are California natives.

Love, Denial, and Agony in SF Ballet's Season Opener

San Francisco Ballet Onegin

Girl falls in love with boy. He rejects her, only to change his mind years later. Complicated, yes? Onegin, the first full-length ballet of San Francisco Ballet’s 2012 season, manifests the perils of first love in a dramatic performance filled infatuation, rejection, envy, and regret.

Handpick Mix-and-Mingle Dating Events with ScreenDate

Handpick Mix-and-Mingle Dating Events with ScreenDate

There are a ton of dating sites out there, and a million and one ways to handle the single life in San Francisco. That's why it pays to be picky–so you can have the cream of the crop to choose from for your happily-ever-after. That's where ScreenDate comes in. It's a local dating site that gives you the opportunity to meet a group of top notch professional men and women in one night.

Beers to Drink for Super Bowl XLVI

Beers to Drink for Super Bowl XLVI

Although the 49ers didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year, we fans can still drink like champions while we watch the game. Because as far as beer goes in San Francisco, there’s no contest: Who’s got it better than us? That’s right, Nobody!

Reading Roundup: This Week's Top Literary Events

Each week, we offer a roundup of the best literary events in the city. All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted. Want to submit an upcoming event for consideration? Go here.

A Bartender-Developed App Helps You Keep Tabs On Tahoe Happenings

How A Bartender Developed An App To Keep Tabs On Tahoe Happenings

Ever wonder what's going on in Truckee and around the North Shore of Lake Tahoe? Now there's an app for that. Brings the Street Vendor into the Office Brings the Street Vendor into the Office at Meal Time

If you ever wonder what they’re eating for lunch over at Dropbox, Square or Yelp, the guy to ask is Zach Yungst, co-founder of

Yungst and his co-founder, Alex Lorton, are Wharton graduates who have brought their business expertise to street food vendors, matching them up with tech startups that order in lunch most days.

You Choose the Winner: 7x7 and St-Germain's Valentine Dinner, Drinks and Dreamtime

It's the next and final phase of our inaugural search for the best story celebrating the love of friendship—and our online team has chosen the top three contenders for a fantastic group date night in San Francisco! And now it's up to you to choose the best from the entries below.

The story with the most votes earns its writer and up to six comrades a special night involving our fun and faithful friends, which includes:

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