Oh how we've missed jovial suppers at North Beach's century-old landmark Tosca. Well get ready to raise a house capp—the restaurant has reopened for sidewalk suppers.
Plus, a new SF restaurant is set on creating the "world's most sustainable pizza," Bandamp Live offers artists a new way to connect with fans, and more local headlines that still aren't about the election.
New 'Trash Pizza' Spot Headed for North Beach Focuses on Using Food Waste, SFist
In just a few months, you'll be able to nosh on pies with some not-so-average ingredients—think pork jowl, carrot tops, and okara flour—at Shuggie's Trash Pizza & Natural Wine. Read more.
Bandcamp Debuts Ticketed, Livestreamed Concerts, KQED
With most in-person concerts still on hold, Bandcamp Live will allow musicians to host ticketed streams complete with virtual merch tables and chats. Read more.
San Francisco's 101-year-old Tosca Cafe finally reopens after year-long closure, SF Chronicle
Didn't get a chance to try Tosca takeout? After months of closure following an ownership change and revamp, you can now enjoy chef Nancy Oakes' three-course prix-fixe dinner of truffle and mascarpone pasta, Tuscan fried chicken, and artichoke fennel salad—plus wine pairings—on a heated and covered parklet. Read more.
(Courtesy of Jacob Elliott via SF Gate)
Robin Williams' former Bay Area home finally sells for under asking, SF Gate
Following a price reduction from $7.25 million to $5.995 million, Robin Williams' Tiburon home—with an infinity pool, Bay views, and six bedrooms—is finally off the market. Read more.
A College Crush From Afar Gets Real Two Decades Later, New York Times
After being reunited on Bumble ("My freshman year self is really excited right now"), their first date at a Warriors game, and trip to Burning Man, this San Francisco couple made it official mid-pandemic. Read more.