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10 Tasty Vegan Eateries in the East Bay

In recent years, Berkeley and Oakland have become filled with tasty vegan restaurants. Here are 10 delicious spots you need to try if you're devoted to the meatless movement (or just like veggies a lot). 

Drink Here Now: Help Fire Victims, Celebrity Pool Toss & Rum Cocktails for Two

Show me how you drink and I will tell you who you are. ~Emile Peynaud

Foodie Agenda: Brunch at Scotland Yard, Taco Pop-Ups & a Sake Festival

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

What to Buy at the Farmers Market in October

As San Francisco heads into harvest season, local farmers markets are starting to fill with gorgeous fall produce. While you're perusing the squash options, don't forget to grab the last of some produce you won't see again until next summer. 

The Big Eat Supper Series: 5 Nights of Delicious Bites + Cocktails

A big thanks to all the foodies who came out to Marlowe's 330 Room and indulged with us at the 7x7 Big Eat Supper Series. We hope you're as stuffed as we are. 

6 Female Sommeliers Talk Wine, Passion, and Disrupting a Male-Dominated Field

Ten years ago, if you asked to speak to the sommelier of a restaurant, it's likely an older gentleman would make his way to your table to discuss varietals. In recent years, however, women have succeeded in disrupting the traditionally male-dominated industry.

City Staycation: Eat + Drink Your Way Through the Mission

Known for its bounty of tasty restaurants and coffee shops, the Mission is a delicious blend of hippies and hipsters, taquerias and luncheonettes, and 99-cent stores and ceramic workshops. The neighborhood is a cultural mishmash worth exploring if you're into artisan coffee, boutique pastries, art galleries, dive bars, and lazing in the park.

Kayak, Hike, or Bike Your Way to a Refreshing Beer on Tahoe's Ale Trail

Nothing quenches your thirst better than a cold brew at the end of a long bike ride. Or a delicious beer after a day spent on the water. Whatever your preferred sport, there's a beer (or two, or three) waiting for you at the end of the Tahoe Ale Trail.

Where to Eat and Drink in San Francisco for Just $1

What can a dollar get you in San Francisco? Check out these affordable delights.

How to Spend 50 Perfect Hours in Fremont

Central Park in Fremont, CA

In 2012, Fremont, a bustling and diverse town of more than 214,000 residents, was named the top U.S. city for tech startups. With so much commerce comes a multitude of attractions, outdoor and indoor.

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