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The Best Underground Restaurant in SF

It seems like SF is adding a new restaurant every week. Some are delicious and others fall in the “average wine bar” category. But what about those chefs that don’t have the money to open a restaurant in our costly city or those that don’t really feel like getting beat up on the line? Meet the underground chef: unparalleled and unbridled grit, heart, and creativity, making some of the most innovative food in SF.

The Amazing Mission Dessert Crawl

The Mission is ground zero for good food these days, and while an epic dinner is paramount to a good night out, we are always ones to save room for dessert. Change things up by walking off your feast and savoring a sweet bite in the neighborhood with these delicious options.

Silicon Valley Eats: Fried Chicken Mondays, Pizza & Sliders

What to eat this week on the Peninsula.

Breakfast Sandwiches to Rock Your Morning

New York has its egg on a roll, and we have our breakfast burrito. But SF also happens to make pretty amazing breakfast sandwiches (winning!). Here are some especially delicious (and new-ish) ones to add to your playbook.

Drink Here Now: Blackjack, Wine, and a Karl the Fog Cocktail

It doesn't matter if the glass is half-empty or half-full. There is clearly room for more wine.

Foodie Agenda: Belga, Kronnerburger, and a Crawfish Boil

Because nothing says spring like a big ol' crawfish boil. 

Belcampo Meat Co. Debuts Grilling Camp for Girls + Gays

Get out your tongs, ladies and gents—local purveyor of impeccable meats, Belcampo Meat Co., is debuting grilling camps as of today. And in rare (see what we did there?) form, they’re targeting two groups primed for some fire time—ladies and gays—for some serious glamping.

The Best Alternatives to SF's Most Popular Restaurants

San Francisco is home to some of the most incredible food in the world. That's why some restaurants have lines that wrap around the block, through the park, and into the bay.

The Big Eat Oakland: 50 Things to Taste Before You Die

After years of putting together the annual Big Eat San Francisco, in 2014 we expanded our famous culinary listicle across the Bay Bridge. From the chilaquiles at Grand Lake Kitchen to Hopscotch's Yonsei Oyster, here are 50 things you need to try in the Town before you die. 

Secret Recipe: Wise Sons' Chocolate Babka

7x7 asks the Bay Area's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts. If there's a dish you can't stop thinking about and want to make at home, email schuyler@7x7.com. Your wish may end up on the blog, along with the actual recipe from the chef.<--break-->

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