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I Don’t Want To Eat Because Ultimately I Don’t Have The Money

I don’t blame the city—we live in a capitalist society that makes or breaks a person’s will / bank account. So where did I find the middle? I just didn’t eat. Where budget planning goes way way way wrong—I used my excuse of living “in one of the most expensive cities in the world” to […]

Chinatown Pretty Brings The Stylish Elders of Long Loved Districts To The Forefront Now in Book Form

Who said the elderly are not stylish? Chinatown Pretty has combed the alleyways of San Francisco’s Chinatown (and beyond) to interview the unseeingly dapper and classy elder individuals of this famous district. The brain behind the belly, Andria Lo and Valerie Luu, are two friends who share their love for dim sum and chasing after […]

Apartment Therapy: Inside Briana Kranz’s Boho Lake Merritt Apartment

Briana Kranz in her Lake Merritt home, photography by Anthony Rogers A block away from the lake and a walk from the farmer’s markets, Briana Kranz’s cute boho apartment speaks leaps and bounds to her whimsical design aesthetic and personal brand. I would describe my space as airy and bright; a big reason I fell […]

Booze For All: The Mill Looks To Add Beer, Wine, Nightly Dinner To Their Roster

Photo courtesy of The Mill. An update from our September story, The Mill is now serving beer and wine at their location on Divisadero. The Mill now offers vegetarian sandwiches every Thursday through Sunday, from 11am until they sell out. Previously, the sandwich offering was limited to only Thursdays.  “It seems like a logical progression—we […]

Off The Menu: Halal Guys Makes Camp in San Francisco [UPDATED]

thehalalguys.com Say goodbye to the bacon-wrapped hotdogs of the Polk street strip and say hello to the men who perfect the falafel. Soon to be setting up shop in the Union Square area of downtown SF, Halal Guys is considered to be the “most perfectly crafted platter of street meat there is.” Mentioned in an […]

Hooch Gives You All Insider’s Access To Great Cocktails… At A Price

Enter Hooch, a new SF-bar app that can get you 30 cocktails for $10 a month. The idea is simple: pay $10.00 a month and get 30 drinks at neighborhood bars all over the city. With, of course, tipping your bartender that’s about $45 for 30 cocktails. Oh hot damn, the deal is too good […]

History Isn’t Dead: The San Francisco Mint Building Secures $1 Million Dollar Grant

“top 11” list of endangered historic places in the U.S. — SF needed to step in to preserve this fine piece of architecture. And with an $100 million dollar retrofitting bill, the city was none to quick to jump on the project. Mayor Lee held a press conference outside the building to share the latest milestone […]

Off The Menu: Hot Pot Royalty ‘Nabe’ Opens Second Location And It’s Pretty Chic

<img src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/58393163bebafb6551265dd9/583932e357bf42f996cea64b/583932e457bf42f996cea692/1480145038947/tumblr_inline_oh0ttlSXwb1qcg0hm_540.jpg waste nothing!) nabesf.com Written by Anthony Rogers, photos courtesy of Alvin Tse — Need more bites for your plate? Subscribe to our newsletter for more!

Adobe Invents The Photoshop for Voices — Project Voco

And yes, it’s as scary as you think. We are now coming to a point where anything you say, can and will be manipulated in a court of law, home, privacy, or security. Anything you might say, will be said regardless if you said it or not. Having trouble keeping up? That’s how complicated it […]

Off The Menu: New Pescatarian-Friendly Ramen Spot Is Opening In Japantown

Hinodeya Ramen. Chef Masao Kuribara, who previously cooked for heads of state like late Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto and the Clintons, is opening up his own space in the heart of Japantown. What sets Hinodeya apart from other ramen options around the Bay Area is that they will be serving dashi-style ramen, meaning the […]

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