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Where to Have a Multi-Course Cocktail Experience

There's a growing trend among higher end cocktail establishments to offer lower-alcohol, aperitif-style cocktails alongside more high-octane options – perfect for the casual weeknight dinner, when you're not looking to leave the place super buzzed. But several spots around town are taking the trend one step further by offering three-course cocktail tastings, graduating from easy-sipping aperitifs to spiritous lowballs and digestifs. 

Your City, Your Chef 2014: Call for Nominations

Attention all San Francisco food lovers: We need you! It's time, once again, for our most delicious contest of the year: 2014's Your City Your Chef, sponsored by Trumer Pils.

Pedal and Drink Your Way Through Sacramento on the Sac Brew Bike

Looking for an eco-friendly way to party around town? Stretch your calves and hop on the Sacramento Brew Bike, a 15-seater party bike that let's you take the scenic route through the capital's brewpub scene. 

Foodie Updates: Outerlands Reopens, Oakland's Plum Transformed, and More

The biggest food-news items this week are the reopening, at long last, of Outerlands (albeit for lunch only right now), and the transformation of Oakland's Plum into something a bit more casual, and more Japanese, called Ume.

The Freshest Vegetarian Dishes in West Sonoma County

Today, modern chefs honor meatless recipes as a delicious challenge to their talents, showcasing the natural flavors, textures, and visual appeal of the finest garden ingredients. And few get it fresher than West Sonoma County restaurants, celebrating the beautiful farms, ranches, and orchards in their own backyards. For unusual menus and distinctive style, try these near-secret treasures.

Sacramento Becomes a Culinary Destination for Farm-to-Fork Restaurants

Sufficed it to say, Sacramento isn't exactly known as a town populated by gastronomes, or, for that matter, restaurants of Michelin-level repute. Cue fable about the tortoise and the hare, in which the older, wiser reptile, with its under-the-radar pace (in this case, Sacto), crosses the finish line ahead of its swift and overachieving competitor (aka the SF Bay Area).

Foodie Agenda: Sunday Supper at Penrose, Young Winemakers, and More

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

Five New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? For the next couple months, prepare to be very, very busy as the city positively blows up with openings. Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of five brand-new places that recently opened around town, and we hope you like barbecue.

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