Month: April 2017

Jeremy Fish Bunny Sculptures Hop Into Lower Haight This Saturday

Photo courtesy of Daniel Dent More bunnies. Yes, more are here in SF. Unlike the bunnies spotted on City Hall property last fall, the replacement of the previously destroyed bunny art in the Lower Haight will officially take place this Saturday at 5pm, at the entrance of the new Haight Street Art Center at 215 […]

Tartine Bakery’s Head Baker Elisabeth Prueitt Releases “Tartine All Day” And We’re Hella Hungry

Reprinted with permission from Tartine All Day: Modern Recipes for the Home Cook by Elisabeth Prueitt, copyright (c) 2017.  Published by Lorena Jones Books/Ten Speed Press, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC.  Photography credit: Paige Green (c) 2017.  Cofounded by the culinary muse and James Beard winning chef, Elisabeth Prueitt, Tartine All Day hopes […]

The Hands Behind the Hair: SF Hair Stylist David Tolls Gets Real With His Career

Photography by Jason Sutherland, assisted by Brandon Phan, styling by Jenni Witt & Delila Hailechristos of St. Lightning and ReLove on Polk St., beauty by Tori Piellusch, Hair by David Tolls, Models (from left to right) Jenna, Sydney, Steph of Scout Models/Agency SF David Tolls speaks unfiltered truths as he opens up about his journey […]

Chronicle Releases “Rising Chef 2017” And No White Males To Be Found

Photo by Patricia Chang, cover photo by the Chronicle Responding to criticism about the list’s usual lack of diversity, the San Francisco Chronicle took the annual Rising Star Chefs feature left the choices up to other members of paper’s food department, including Jonathan Kauffman, Tara Duggan, and Paolo Lucchesi. And the people were delighted to […]

The Golden Gate Restaurant Association Celebrated Diversity and Decency In Dining

Photo via GGRA In it’s 3rd year, the Golden Gate Restaurant Association (GGRA) meet at the super chic and luxe Bentley Reserve last week to discuss and share insights on the Bay Area food scene. And diversity and decency within the industry proved to be the main course. There’s no mistaking the fact that we’re […]

Steap Tea Opens In Chinatown And Their Founder Is Bringing Taiwan’s Version Of Boba To Your Soul

A post shared by STEAP Tea Bar (@steapteabar) on Apr 14, 2017 at 3:04pm PDT And Emil DeFrancesco, founder of Steap Tea, is serious bae goals. Transplanted from New York, the new owner wants to bring his balls of Taiwan taste to the residents of SF but more specifically Chinatown. After conceptualizing his own bubble […]

Things To Do: Warm Movie Nights In Hayes Valley

Photo courtesy of ProxySF Spring has sprung; time to get out, get together and watch cinema genius! The Spring Series of free outdoor film screenings returns to the PROXY Walk-in Theater starting March 31. Truth, post-truth, politics and social upheaval—this year’s series explores the present moment through humor, pointed observation, and stark reflection. Empowering and […]

Who Doesn’t Love Jesus Hot, Shirtless, And Wet? Hunky Jesus 2017 Is Crowned

The lord has risen and so have the southern parts of ladies and men alike. Jesus was indeed hunky and long-haired this year around. Even though the rain kept some at bay, the Jesus’ were hot and wet (it’s so funny to write about this in context.) Hosted by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, all […]

Eat24 Enters The Drone Delivery Fray: Do We Care Though?

Yes, you’ve read this right. Another meals on wheels has found it’s ground in the Dogpatch for those who no working limbs to be delivered to. That was satire, unfortunately this isn’t. As reported by Tech Crunch, Yelp’s Eat24 has entered the drone delivery game with their own set of technology that creeps along in […]

Salt And Straw Have Made Their Creamy Debut In SF

Photo courtesy of the L.A. Times Portland’s own Salt & Straw opened its doors in Pacific Heights at 2201 Fillmore. The cult ice cream shop bared an incredible line that out beat Boba Guys in pinch. I scream for ice cream. Owners Kim and Tyler Malek have rapidly expanded their business since it began in […]

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