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Drink Here Now: Pour-Over Irish Coffee and a Bloody Mary Battle

Your weekly drinking assignment has been posted. Get started!

Sink Your Claws Into These Lobster Rolls

Love lobstah rolls? Here are five new rolls you can find around the Bay. 

3 Nut Butter Alternatives to Get You Through the Nutella Shortage

Just when we started getting used to the idea of rationing kale, the shortage gods strike again, and this time they're hitting us where it really hurts—Nutella! 

Dine, Sip, and Cruise the SF Bay on a Hornblower Yacht

Despite the endless variety of activities that San Francisco offers, it’s surprisingly easy to find yourself falling into a rut. Meeting at the same bar, ordering the same dish at the same restaurant, or defaulting to the same Friday night plans—it happens. We get it. But it doesn’t to be that way, and there’s no better method to break out of your rut than by dining and raising a glass aboard a stunning yacht as it cruises around our glorious SF Bay.

Recipe: The Ultimate Spiked Lemonade, El Padre

It's National Lemonade Day! Why not celebrate with some tequila?

We Wanna Be Friends With Bocanova's Rick Hackett

Michigan native Rick Hackett graduated from the Culinary Institute of America in New York and learned the principles of nouvelle cuisine at acclaimed Washington DC restaurant Le Pavillon before moving to the Bay Area in 1979 and leaving his mark on the local restaurant world.

Foodie Agenda: Farm Adventures With Nopa, 20th St. Block Party, & More

Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon appetit! 

East Bay's Top Female Chefs Unite for Charity Dinner

Ever wanted to have dinner with all of the East Bay's top female chefs in one sitting? Girls Incorporated of Alameda County (Girls Inc.) is hosting a special dinner where you can do just that. 

Hayes Valley Gets a Late-Night French Suitor in Monsieur Benjamin

At first glance, Hayes Valley’s Monsieur Benjamin, the second restaurant by chef-owner Corey Lee (Benu), could be mistaken for a straightforward shrine to the traditional French bistro, with its centerpiece bar and dark red banquettes, tables set with paper tablecloths, dishtowel napkins, and Opinel knives, which beg to be paired with steak frites.

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: 

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