Month: February 2017

Off The Menu: Rice Paper Scissors Kickstarts Their Permanent Space On Folsom and 22nd

Photo courtesy of Rice Paper Scissors; Photo by Andria Lo Inspired by sidewalk dining, Rice Paper Scissors is kickstarting their physical space for fall of 2017. Between little red stools, Cambodian pop music, and a rotating menu of handmade regional Vietnamese dishes (complete with California sensibilities), the gals of RPS are FINALLY opening a permanent […]

Perk Up Your Monday: Kelloggs Posted This Cute Rice Krispie Rendition of the Golden Gate Bridge

Photo/Kellogg’s Facebook Those elves would be impressed. We’ve seen San Francisco molded out of Jell-O, done over a decade back by artist Liz Hickok, but now some people possibly affiliated with Kellogg’s have recreated the Golden Gate Bridge out of red-hued Rice Krispie Treats — with the addition of what appears to be red licorice […]

Fashion Takes Flight at the SFO Museum

Photo/Braniff International Public Relations Archives, History of Aviation Collection, UT-Dallas Over the years, stewardesses/hostesses/flight attendants have been the epitome of first class style. Visit any airport and you will see sharp suits, rich colors, a scarf tied around the neck–complete perfection. The SFO Museum is paying homage to the ever-changing flight uniform, highlighting over eighty-five […]

#BobCutInTheWild — Where We’re Seeing Our Magazine

We love seeing our readers and friends picking up their issues of Bob Cut Mag and we also love seeing their snaps. Here’s a small batch of some of our favorites. Normally we post an insta-story about it so if you wanna see your mag on our feed, hashtag #bobcutinthewild on Instagram and we’ll add […]

Off The Menu: Wayfare Tavern’s Super Exclusive Top Floor Bar Debuts in March

Photo courtesy of Wayfare Tavern Wayfare Tavern, a very popular spot to grab some delicious grub and a drink or two, chef Tyler Florence opened it in the legendary Rubicon space in 2010. Now, it’s adding an exclusive bar experience, known as The Sequoia. Designed by Ken Fulk, known for designing the chic Leo’s Oyster […]

Wen Neale Is The Bay Area’s Internet Flower Boy + How He’s Built An Empire Overnight

Wen Neale inside Kinokuniya at Japantown, Photography by Anthony Rogers Wen Neale (commonly known as Wen Wen online) has three very distinct qualities about him. Firstly: young, secondly: kawaii, and thirdly: most of all, Transgender. I got to meet Wen literally over an Instagram DM, we set up a time and a date to do […]

Ritual Coffee And Somatik Blend Cannabis-Flavored Cold Brew Together

Photo via Somatik For those who want to start the morning off right. As reported by the SF Chronicle, Christopher Schroeder—founder of Somatik believes that nothing starts right better than, “a joint and a cup-of-joe in the morning.” Both SF’s faved coffee company and a new treats start-up, the two started hitting cannabis dispensary refrigerators […]

The Mill’s Pizza Night Is Sliced Up 6 Nights A Week

Photo/SF Chronicle Pizza lovers rejoice, your minimalist paradise has now added their artisan crusts to your weekly dining selections. Steadily adding more pizza nights to the Mill’s rotating selection of bites, local bread-winner Josey Baker has now, excitedly, added their pizza creations to the weekly agenda over at The Mill. Their pizza adventure started as […]

Boba Guys Co-Founder Slams Troll Over Yelp And It’s Everything

Listen Internet, we hear you. You’ve got a loud mouth for sure. And for some customers, getting your point across on the internet to honestly “hurt someone” seems way more thrilling. For Boba Guys co-founder Andrew Chau, he wasn’t gonna take that. While the accolades of boba-obsessed fans (myself included) have rejoiced to Boba Guys’ […]

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