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Drink Here Now: World Gin Day, Sherryfest, and North Beach Beer Gardens

If you can't find a reason to raise a glass this week, you're not looking hard enough.

Secret Recipe: The Commissary's Sangria Blanco

7x7 asks the Bay Area's chefs for the recipes to their most loved cocktails, bar snacks, starters, mains, and desserts.

40 Chefs Celebrate the Start of Summer at CUESA

It’s a family affair at CUESA’s Fourth Annual Summer Celebration as local chefs and bartenders pay tribute to the summer bounty of the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market by featuring six of our favorite culinary families: berries, cucurbits, grains and legumes, alliums, leaves and flowers, and stone fruits.

Oakland Bites: Captain & Corset, Meatball Panini, and Cookie 'Wiches

Across the Bay Bridge, a fresh batch of Oakland restaurant openings is giving us serious hunger pangs. 

State Bird's Chef Coming To Sprig For One Night Only

Can’t get a seat at State Bird Provisions? NO ONE CAN. Instead of whining about it, check out Sprig, currently one of the best food delivery services in San Francisco, where Stuart Brioza, head chef of the James Beard Award-winning hotspot, will “stage” for one night only.

The 10 Restaurants That Changed San Francisco In the Last 5 Years

San Francisco has always been a great eating town. From the days of cioppino and hangtown fry to the advent of California Cuisine in the 1970s and 80s, no one can deny that this is one of the nation's premiere food cities.

Foodie Updates: Yoshi's to Morph, TBD Goes Prix Fixe, and More

Around town in the food scene this week we have a couple of major closures, big changes in store for others, and a look ahead at new things to come – including a huge new Market Hall in Mission Bay.

The Cavalier Debuts Their "Smashed & Stoned" Hangar 1 Cocktail

Head chef Jen Puccio and mixologist Gabriel Freiberg of The Cavalier poured their new Hangar 1 Vodka summer cocktail for the very first time this past week at local tech startup Lookout's product launch happy hour.

Grab a Reservation at Hubert Keller's Fleur de Lys Before it Closes

Well, merde. After 28 years of slinging top-drawer French food to Nob Hill denizens, noted chef (and occasional DJ) Hubert Keller will shutter Fleur de Lys later this month.

Four New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

Looking for somewhere new to eat? Here’s your monthly cheat sheet of four brand-new places that recently opened around town. 

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