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The New Secret Weapon for SF Foodies

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San Francisco is the city of instant gratification. With the push of a button, you can hail a cab, send a bouquet of flowers, or even do your grocery shopping. But to eat at the city’s best restaurants (our activity of choice) you still need to hunt for a table 30 to 60 days in advance—until now.

Where to Eat Out or Order In on Thanksgiving

Avoid the family drama and inevitable exploding mashed potatoes by feasting out or dining in on Turkey Day. 

Silicon Valley Eats: Beaujolais Nouveau and Indian Food

Happy Friday, South Bay! It's relatively quiet week on the food news front, but there are still a couple noteworthy tidbits to discuss: specifically, a Beaujolais Nouveau celebration and a new hotspot for Indian food. 

Order Curbside Takeout From These Local Eateries

It takes a special kind of person to order takeout and then be too lazy to leave your car. We salute you. 

Drink Here Now: Wine Dinners, Belgian Beer, and Whiskey for a Cause

All aboard for this week's drinking tour.

We Wanna Be Friends With Chef and Niners Fan Michael Mina

If you've never been to a Michael Mina tailgate, then you're doing football wrong. Possibly the biggest Niners fan in the Bay Area, Mina throws a truly insane pre-game party. 

Foodie Agenda: Mezcal Festivals, White Truffles, New Restaurants, & More!

Five culinary adventures for the week ahead! 

The Michelin Diet: The Restaurant at Farmhouse Inn

From Atkins to Paleo, 7x7 editors are no strangers to fad diets. Having failed at each of them, we've finally found a nutrition regimen that suits our discriminating lifestyle: The Michelin Diet.

Doughbies Delivers Freshly Baked Cookies in Under 20 Minutes

People of San Francisco: Never again will you be without the comforting aroma of freshly baked cookies, or futilely crave chocolate at the 3pm slump. A new online marketplace for locally baked goods, Doughbies, will deliver warm cookies to your door in under 20 minutes.

City Wineries Embrace the Urban Lifestyle

On an industrial side street in SoMa, the first juice from five tons of Sauvignon Blanc begins to drip from the press at Bluxome Street Winery, a full 60 miles from the grapes’ Russian River Valley origin. If it sounds odd, consider this: In the early 20th century, more than 100 wineries operated within San Francisco city limits before earthquakes, pests, and prohibition brought down California’s wine industry. These days, you can catch the aroma of fermenting grapes mingling with asphalt as a handful of entrepreneurs bring back urban winemaking.

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