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Three Pop-Ups You Really Need to Check Out

There is no shortage of talented folks cooking up flavor-packed food in random locations all over the city (that’s how we roll in SF), but sometimes it’s hard to keep track of who’s doing what and where.

Tasty Places Where You Can Take Mom for Mother's Day

Strawberries and cream at Craftsman and Wolves. Photo via Facebook.

Mother's Day is Sunday May 12th (you know this, right?), and there are many ways to express to your mom that she’s the best. Considering how many meals she’s made for you in your lifetime, here are some places where you can take her for brunch, ranging from fun to totally fabulous.

Five New Things to Eat and Drink at AT&T Park

Poutine fries at AT&T Park. Photo via SFBay by Scot Tucker.

It’s spring, the weather’s dandy, and the Giants are playing like the rock stars they are. So hustle yourself on down to AT&T Park, and stat, because there are also some new things for you to eat and drink.

Five New Restaurants to Try This Month

Looking for someplace new to try? Here’s your monthly reminder of five new spots that recently opened around town.

10 of the Best Places to Eat Pasta in San Francisco

Locanda's bucatini all’amatriciana; photo: © tablehopper.com.

There’s nothing that satisfies like a really beautiful bowl of piping hot pasta.

Seven Iconic Chocolate Desserts in San Francisco

After giving a presentation at last week’s Chocolate Salon on the city’s best chocolate desserts, here’s a short list of seven of SF’s most iconic chocolate desserts. Yup, one for every night of the week.

Say Hello to All These New Places for Baked Goods and Pastries in San Francisco

Knish heaven from 20th Century Café. Photo: © tablehopper.com.

The city is positively en fuego right now with the number of new bakers and pastry chefs out to get us carbo-loaded and amped on sugar.

Five New Restaurants to Try This Month

The horseshoe bar at Hard Water. Photo: © tablehopper.com.

Looking for someplace new to try? Here’s your monthly reminder of five new spots that recently opened around town.

Four Culinary Tours That Will Leave You Stuffed

A visit to Doughnut Dolly. Photo: © tablehopper.com.

Looking for a fun way to spend an afternoon? Try a culinary tour (they're not just for tourists!). It’s hard to keep up on all the new openings in this town, and there are always places you mean to try, but never quite find the time.

Where to Eat and Watch the Bay Lights Opening Ceremony

The Bay Lights are coming! The city is going to be just that much cooler (and prettier). Hopefully, the fog cooperates and the lighting ceremony on Tuesday March 5th is all clear (Karl the Fog, you better stay away).

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