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Cheers to Cinco de Mayo with Mexican Craft Beers in SF

Celebrate the holiday with something more authentic than a sombrero.

Big Gay Ice Cream Guys Coming to SF + Giving Away Free Ice Cream

We love ice cream, and lord knows we adore our gays, so we're thrilled to welcome Big Gay Ice Cream cofounder Bryan Petroff to San Francisco this weekend as he parades through town on tour for their debut cookbook, Big Gay Ice Cream: Saucy Stories & Frozen Treats: Going All the Way with Ice Cream (Anthony Bourdain wrote the foreword—swoon!).

Silicon Valley Eats: Off The Grid Rolls Into Town (Plus, Pizza!)

This week, Patxi's Pizza and Off The Grid's seek South Bay domination. Plus, Chinese food in Burlingame and bubble tea in Millbrae!

Trend Alert: 7 Ways Chefs Are Using Matcha

The green tea powder has been used for centuries in Japan thanks to its health benefits and unique grassy flavor, and Bay Area restaurants, bars and pastry shops are taking notice. 

Four New Pizzas to Have in Your Life

It’s a good thing pizza is one of those amazing things people don’t get tired of (and if you do, who are you?). Pizza for breakfast, pizza for happy hour, pizza before the ballgame….we have you covered with these four new spots.

Drink Here Now: Mint Juleps, Margaritas, and Cocktails for a Cause

“I like to see the glass as half full, hopefully of Jack Daniels.” - Darynda Jones, author

Foodie Agenda: $35 Prix Fixe, Derby de Mayo, and a Nepal Benefit

Plus, chef change-ups in St. Helena, Trestle opens in Jackson Square, and a preview of forthcoming veg-centric restaurant, Citizen Fox. 

Shizen Conquers Vegan Sushi + Ramen in Sleek Digs in the Mission

Vegans of San Francisco may still be shedding a tear over this month’s closure of famed restaurant Millennium. But fear not, tofu-lovers. There’s a new veggie hotspot in town, and it’s offering up one of the city’s most beloved cuisines—Japanese food, ramen included—in fully meatless fashion.

Citrusy Beers for Refreshing Spring Sipping

Citrus naturally complements many beer styles—there's not much better than fresh-squeezed lime in a Mexican lager or fresh orange into a Belgian wheat. beer. And adding citrus to a beer while it’s being brewed isn’t unheard of either; traditional Belgian-style witbiers are made with orange peel. However, like all things West coast, local craft brewers are pushing the envelope, in this case by including lots of fruit and citrusy hops into their brews. We've rounded up a few options that may be the perfect replacement for your morning OJ.

Secret Recipe: Chile Pies' Country Peach Pie and Pie Shake

What in the world could be more heavenly than a Pie Shake—a piece of your favorite pie blended with ice cream and milk and then slurped through a straw?

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