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Wine Country Eats: Pizza, Beer and BBQ

Beer is gaining popularity in the 707, and a new brewery has both brews and BBQ to rev up the weekend social scene. (We like that you can bring your canine companion along for the fun). Up in the Northern Valley is a renovated spot for eats, drinks and even treasured zzzzs—and yes, there is a brewery there, too. Both of these spots have big TVs to catch that sports game.

Five Vegetable Dishes That Aren't That Good For You, But Are Oh So Tasty

For those of us hardcore omnivores, the art of creating truly crave-worthy vegetable dishes tends to involve something fried, and usually involves cheese. I, for one, would make a really fat vegan, because I'd eat nothing but french fries and veggie burgers. Below, a few of my personal favorite vegetarian items around town that are definitely not diet-friendly, but are worth a special trip.

7x7's Eat+Drink Celebration 2014 at Park Tavern

San Francisco's best and brightest chefs, mixologists, and industry professionals converged at the North Beach hotspot Park Tavern for an exclusive celebration.

The Bon-Bon Brazilians Moan For

Chocolate brigadeiros

If you want to see a Brazilian’s “O” face, just whisper the word, “brigadeiro.”

Brigadeiros are basically bon-bons made from chocolate and condensed milk, but despite their humble ingredients, Brazilians are almost as passionate about them as they are about soccer.

Ladies Who Brunch: A Tasty Trip With SF's Restaurant "Fempire" Builders

When restaurateurs Anna Weinberg and Jennifer Puccio invite you for a weekend tour of the Los Angeles food scene, you say yes. And so we did. Twenty-seven eggs were cracked, and countless new restaurant ideas were hatched. Here’s what happened. (And yes, it was delicious.)

Craft Carbonation: 6 Beer Cocktails To Sip Around Town

In the wake of SF Beer Week, there’s no need to mourn the loss of that great sudsy stuff. Beer is inundating local cocktail bars, satisfying hops-lovers and cocktail-aficionados alike.

Pick Your Favorite Food Issue Cover, Win $100 to Caviar!

The February Food Issue of 7x7 is a sensory feast, and one of our most popular issues of the year. Along with featuring The Big Eat, we covered SF chefs' modern twists on citrus in desserts, beer trends, hunting in Healdsburg, and more.

650 Eats: Grass-fed Burgers, Wings of Love

Grass-fed burgers (ground in house daily) and sangria are part of the dining scene at a new 650 spot, cheers! Meaty options abound, but you can also have a pleasing plate of porcini-based pasta and a Little Gem lettuce salad, too. That particular opening means that the quest for hot and filling Thai (with tea) and pleasing chicken wings now points diners to a petite-sized restaurant over in Foster City. 

Editor at Large: Big Love, Sexy Chefs, and Alexander Skarsgard

I have a seriously cool job. As editor of 7x7, I get a daily insider look at what makes the Bay Area so fab—I receive the best invitations, eat the most delicious food, and meet the city’s most inspiring people. I want to take every chance I get to thank those who spark my curiosity and tickle my fancy—and to share it all with you. Thus, this new regular(ish) blog, “Editor at Large,” where I’ll take you along on my adventures in the Bay Area and beyond. I’ll give you just the good stuff, and forget the rest.

Foodie Updates: New Beer Bar Opens on Polk, New Life at the Old Masa's, and More

In this week's food news, we have the opening of a new beer spot WOODS Polk Station, a new project in SOMA from Chris Cosentino, the launch of Pal's Burger Time, and a new wine bar headed to a troubled building in the Tenderloin. 

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