Month: February 2020

Fresh Feasts and OG Alternatives: February’s Best New Bay Area Restaurants and Old-School Options to Visit

Like I promised earlier, I’m serving you a monthly round-up of the most worthwhile new eatery and watering hole openings in the Bay Area, recommended alongside some tried-and-true mainstays that are not to be forgotten nor overlooked. Here are my February picks of new (and old) dining and drinking destinations, ones where you can sink […]

February Editor’s Letter: Let’s Fall In Love

If February isn’t a cold hard reminder that you are loved—well, let me tell you now. But this editor’s letter isn’t a bout of self-love. On the contrary, it’s about falling in love. A ghastly topic that doesn’t seem to get as much star-studded recognition. But it’s true. When I started Bob Cut in 2015, […]

Muuse Bringing Reusable to the Forefront of Sustainability

Four independent San Francisco coffee shops are the testing ground for the effort, which is ostensibly intended to reduce single-use packaging waste. Muuse, a coffee cup tech start-up, launches their app and reusable cup program around San Francisco. There has been an unspoken nuance of coffee culture for San Francisco and ultimately the Bay Area […]

The Bitter Fight For Decaf Coffee in San Francisco

As someone who is, unapologetically, pushed far away from caffeine—my heart condition doesn’t limit me from trying to quest out the other alternatives. But from where I stand, San Francisco has a vendetta against decaffeination and I’m dumbfounded. So what is my heart condition? Well, little is known about it but the most I can […]

We Have To Talk About Some Of SF’s Coolest Bathrooms

Who knew the shitter was so chic? And like many of San Francisco’s interior designed beauties, you’d have to imagine that their bathrooms are equally as gorgeous. Perfect for selfies, moments of deep concentration, or just a room to get out of the craziness of our everyday lives. We tip our hats off to these […]

It’s Valentine’s Day, So Be Patient With Yourself

On this day, you meander the sidewalks outside your gym; your art studio; your shared apartment; the cement that sits at the entrance to your favorite bar, ruminating on the notion of love. You pass the sun-bathed cafe where you and your “almost someone” macerated artisanal scones at and huddled around one another’s iPhones, watching […]

Away From The Bay: The Oahu Hit List You Didn’t Know You Needed

How can one describe their trip to Hawaii to those who weren’t with them—TLDR: it’s difficult. So when we put together our hit list, we wanted to take you all around the island for a perfect mix of hyper local and lavishly tourist. When booking your trip, try local and dash in the tourist—make your […]

The Garden of E-Waste is a Chilling Testament to 21st Century Innovation

We love our tech, it’s never not with us in some capacity. Whether it’s attached to the hip, your wrist, or even in your ear. For artist Jean Shin, commissioned by the Asian Art Museum, her solo exhibition reassesses the role obsolete technology can play in our desire to find meaningful connections—both with the natural […]

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