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Five Legendary Local Musicians Trade the Stage for the Vineyard

We taste test five local musicians’ private wine labels. Are their grapes as good as their tunes? 

Drink This Now: Redford's "Sazonado" Cocktail with Cachaça 51

Kelvin Martinez of Redford

After sampling a delicious array of Cachaça 51 craft cocktails from San Francisco's top bartenders, our readers have spoken, and we have a winner! Redford bartender Kelvin Martinez's "Sazonado" cocktail emerged as the reader favorite with its full-bodied, aromatic character and it light, refreshing feel that transitions perfectly into fall.

East Bay Eats: Soul Food, Yakitori, Plus Beer Brewing (and Drinking)

It’s a good week to eat and drink in Oakland, thanks to a new beer (and brewing) destination in Uptown; a soulful kitchen in West Oakland; and a massive spot for bocce, bowling, and beer in Jack London Square. Plus: Yakitori in Temescal opens next week.

A Taste of the Mediterranean in Oakland's Grand Lake via Shakewell

Two Top Chef alums serve up bold Spanish-inspired tapas at Shakewell in Oakland’s bustling Grand Lake neighborhood.

5 New Restaurants to Check Out This Month

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

Drink Here Now: Seafood Happy Hour, Wine Tasting, and Oktoberfest

Read on to discover your next drinking destination.

Foodie Agenda: Plank Opens in Oakland, Marla Bakery Does Brunch, & More

Where you should be eating and drinking this week. 

San Francisco's Top German Beer & Food Pairings (Beyond Brats)

According to Christiane Schmidt, owner of Walzwerk and Schmidt’s in the Mission, no one celebrates Oktoberfest quite like Americans… even in Germany. 

Secret Recipe: Ananda Fuara's Almond Avalanche Cake

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

San Francisco's Newest Home-Cooked Meals and Delivery Services

Sure, the professionally-made food you find in restaurants and eateries is delicious and fun, but sometimes you want the same food right in your own home. Around the city, there is a movement percolating of home cooks inviting strangers over for intimate dinners, along with delivery options of homemade meals and baked goods. Here are some of the latest:

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