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Drink up SF History: How Irish Coffee Came to America

The setup looks like a magic trick. Ten tulip-shaped champagne glasses side-by-side on a grated rail behind Buena Vista Cafe’s crowded saloon bar. Two cubes of C&H sugar drop into each glass. The bartender tips a pot of Peerless coffee and partly fills each glass down the line. A spoon follows, briskly pitching steam into the air. The heat is extinguished with a unbroken pour of Tullamore Dew whiskey and a white dollop of whipped cream.

Preview the Outside Lands Food Lineup at these Summer Pairing Events

Can't wait to feast on all the delicious dishes that will be at Outside Lands this year? Taste some of the best offering from the food line up before the festival at the Fifth Annual Summer Pairings Series.

Drool-Worthy Sweets in Cute Packaging Beckon at Sugarfina Candy Shop

Where can you find bourbon marshmallows, raspberry chili licorice, and Champagne bears? Only at Sugarfina. 

Foodie Agenda: New Smitten Flavors, Corn Fritter Burgers, & the Newest Superfood

Save your appetite, it's a busy weekend in the food world. 

San Francisco's Best Neighborhood Pubs

The Chieftain Pub

On late afternoons when the wind picks up and the fog rolls in, sometimes you just want a quiet place to enjoy a cold beer, hot food, a friend or two, and a game on TV. What you want, my friend, is a pub. 

5 New Pet-Friendly Spots in Wine Country

We love our pets so much that, naturally, we want to bring them everywhere. Luckily, since our last roundup of dog-friendly Wine Country locales, even more restaurants and wineries have started catering to Fido too. Here are our favorite news places to grab a beer with man's best friend. 

Secret Recipe: Toast Bastille Day With This Refreshing Watermelon Cocktail

Break out your beret, red scarf, and horizontal stripes, and get ready to celebrate Bastille Day in style with this classy cocktail. 

5 Beautiful Wine Country Burgers

Build them big, build them sloppy, build them stylish, or even “squeezed.” We love a great burger, for juicy bliss between buns.

Where to Dine Like a Frenchman this Bastille Day

Put down your white bread and raise that baguette proudly. Bastille Day—which commemorates the Storming of the Bastille and the start of the French Revolution on July 14, 1789—is headed to San Francisco in a big way.

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