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Silicon Valley Eats: Food Trucks, Dim Sum, and the New Pizzeria Delfina

Things are hopping down South this month, with a whole slew of openings. From expansions of popular San Francisco staples in Palo Alto and Mountain View to a food truck explosion in Millbrae, there’s no shortage of culinary options to be found in a wide variety of settings. 

Love Sea Urchin? Here's How To Dive For It

Delicious, local, and sustainable, Northern California sea urchin is an eco-conscious foodie dream. Even better, the Sonoma-Mendocino coastline is straight-up lousy with the spiny-shelled creatures. Does your uni-love inspire you to slither into a wet suit and go diving for your dinner?

We Wanna Be Friends With Tango & Stache's Joshua Wilder Oakley

Our city is chock-full of interesting people and wild personalities. Overwhelmed by the coolness? Every week we'll pick one standout local we'd love to be friends with to answer seven essential questions about their life in San Francisco.

What Beer Would You Pair With Your Neighborhood?

It’s no great surprise that San Francisco is a beer-obsessed town. We’re a city of diverse tastes and inclinations. Beer, with its wide range of flavors, styles, and pairing potential, is a drink that lends itself well to San Francisco’s motley make-up.

3 Flavorful Beer Trends for 2014

The Trend: Barrel-Aged Sours

Think sour beers are so last year? Try again. Recent developments—think fruit-based, barrel-aged sours—feel new and improved, thanks to more complex, tart flavors.

8 Great Salads in Downtown San Francisco

Oh, January, that fickle month when we all try to get a little health back into our lives after a particularly decadent month of holiday revelry. For us downtown working stiffs, that means salad-lunch — every day. But a health-kick does not need to mean a sad pile of wilted greens in a plastic box.

Six Resolution-Friendly Cocktails in San Francisco

Put Me In A Rap Song Cocktail at Rye SF

I think we’ve all had enough of Sober January, don’t you? I mean, there’s nothing wrong with starting a new year fresh, and setting some goals for a healthier, happier 2014. But why not combine those New Year’s Resolutions with delicious cocktails?

How to Become a Cicerone

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Rich Higgins is more than a little into beer.

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