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Six New Brunches Around Town

Ready to add more brunch options to your roster? Of course you are. Here are six new places serving brunch, from Friday brunch to alfresco brunch and (of course) boozy brunch.

The 9 Best Kale Salads in San Francisco

Call it a cliche, but kale’s worldwide domination continues in full force here in San Francisco. Our advice? Embrace the curly green in its superfood glory, an easy task thanks to the proliferation of seriously excellent kale salads around town. We've ranked the city's 9 best kale salads, from healthy, feel-good specimens to salads topped with bacon and cheese. 

Foodie Agenda: Whiskey Tastings, Summer Chocolates, & More

Our weekly roundup of the tastiest happenings going down in the Bay Area! 

Drink Here Now: Firefly, Free Cider, and Fizzy Mojitos

You might want to clone yourself so you can attend all of this week's boozy events, happening in SF and the East Bay.

The Wagon Can Wait: Download the Big Drink App

First, we blew your minds with the Big Eat app. Now, we're whetting your whistle with the Big Drink app, coming straight to your thumbs.

SF's Best Fried Chicken Sandwiches, Ranked

Eat this chicken sandwich!

Somewhere in between San Francisco’s overwrought burrito worship and our love for all things hamburger, we allowed the fried chicken sandwich to fall through the cracks. Blame it on Chick-fil-A, blame it on Rio. But there are a bevy of choice crispy fowl sandwiches from which to choose. Here are a few of our favorites, ranked by worthiness in the canon of fried chicken sandos: 

The Rollicking Roots of Bottom of the Hill

Kitten performing at Bottom of the Hill

The first person to shatter the window behind the stage at Bottom of the Hill was Green Day’s drummer in 1998 during the filming of MTV’s The Ten Spot. Rather than replacing the window with a standard double pane glass, the staff agreed to let a regular patron, dubbed “Paul the Glassblower,” create a custom-made, prismatic stained glass proxy. It has again been broken since, unfortunately (by the singer of the Dillinger Escape Plan), but that idiosyncratic work in situ symbolizes the Potrero Hill staple: colorful, quirky, and vehemently DIY.

San Francisco's Top 10 Hangover Breakfasts

The only thing worse than the end of a long weekend? The inevitable multi-day hangover, the result of three days of partying just a little too hard (America, brah!). Don’t fret. We’ve gathered the top hangover busting breakfasts in town, certain to cure what ails you. And don’t forget to hydrate. 

Magnolia Dogpatch and Schroeders Duke it Out in a Pub Brawl

Two storied city drinkeries get a refresh. We let them duke it out for the title of Top Brewhaus.

5 New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? We've got you covered. Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town.

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