Eat + Drink
One of our New Year's resolutions this year is to eat more salads: the super fresh ricotta and kiwi salad from The Progress is one we could eat every single day.
Since gin is traditionally enjoyed year-round, we asked local experts from around the Bay Area their favorite ways to enjoy the tasty juniper-based spirit in the winter. Their recipes did not disappoint.
Be honest, even on the sunniest San Francisco winter weekend sometimes all you really want to do is hibernate at home and power watch Netflix. But how will you drown that annoying FOMO? Hot cider is your ticket to guilt-free slacking this winter.
Quality never goes out of style. That’s why the Italian cafes of North Beach are oases of authenticity, tradition, and culture in a city that reinvents itself faster than the time it takes to download the latest app. Take a break from the rat race and slip into the old world charm and pace of the city’s original café culture.
If, like us, you have a million things you need to get done in 2016 (get in shape, learn to meditate, save money, go on vacation, etc.), you could probably use a little help. Luckily, the Bay Area is jam packed with all the hikes, juice shops, boutiques, and apps you need to make 2016 the best year of your life.
Nothing beats a bowl of noodle soup when the rain sets in. These San Francisco hot spots serve up some of the largest, steaming bowls of pho around, guaranteed to keep you nice and warm on these chilly SF nights.
Your monthly guide to shopping fresh produce at the Ferry Market Farmers Market.
Writer's block is a fancy term made up by whiners so they can have an excuse to drink alcohol. - Steve Martin
Your guide to the tastiest foodie happenings going down this week. Bon Appetit!
What happens when a wine-making techie leaves the echelons of Silicon Valley to make grape-based spirits using local ingredients in a collaborative environment? Better booze for all.