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Come and check out the annual penny pitch and raffle event at MoMo’s Restaurant on Friday, May 2, 2012.
Initially what started as a friendly wager between the late Ed Moose of legendary Moose’s Tavern in North Beach, which is now known as Park Tavern, and other tavern […]
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Grab your taste buds and head out to this exciting event with Seattle Seahawks player, Pro-Bowl Winner and SuperBowl Champion Marshawn Lynch, Cincinnati Bengals player Josh Johnson, and other special guest NFL players at MatrixFillmore in San Francisco to benefit the Fam 1st Family Foundation.
Founded in 2011 by […]
The Institute on Aging (IOA) is a non-profit organization that is guided by a mission to improve the lifestyles of seniors in San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Mateo and other neighboring areas. IOA develops unique programs to allow seniors to live at home for as long as they can, helping them to preserve their health, independence and roles in their communities by providing health care, support, education and many more services […]
Throughout history, the word darkness has carried negative connotations, the ideas of evil and emptiness surrounding it. But the beauty about pre-conceived notions is that there will always be someone willing to challenge them and wanting to mold new perspectives. […]
This past weekend after endless hours of perusing stores and swiping our debit cards way too many times, my friends and I found that not only were we tired and hungry in Union Square, but we were also surrounded by very few appetizing food options. We trudged for a good half an hour in all directions, hoping that we’d find something good. Something not too expensive, but not too simple either. We were exhausted and we were famished. We wanted something mouthwateringly delicious. And we found it in Puccini and Pinetti. […]
Primarily an affluent residential area, West Portal is also home to four charming commercial blocks, featuring a small first-run movie theater, mom-and-pop shops, hair and nail salons and – most importantly – a surprisingly diverse and impressive selection of restaurants.
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Though the neighborhood exudes small-town allure, its size and […]
As a resident of the particularly touristy reaches of North Beach, I’m often frustrated by my neighborhood’s dining offerings. Sure, I have my choice of chains, from In-N-Out to Chipotle to Boudin. There’s also a plethora of Starbucks locations, and of course infinite Italian options. But a girl can only eat so much pasta. […]
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Where in San Francisco can you enjoy stunning Bay views, satisfy your sweet tooth, and pick up an array fresh produce – all in one building?
Stationed on the Embarcadero at the base of Market Street, the San Francisco Ferry Building is densely packed with restaurants, shops and crowds of […]
If you’re in Japantown and craving something sweet, your options are almost endless: equipped with creperies, bakeries, frozen yogurt, sweet shops, and various stores specialized in selling Japanese sweets, Japantown is the ideal retreat for dessert. This wide breadth of dessert establishments are perfect acquaintance to the restaurant mall, so it’s no question that […]
Prospect has been open for two years on Spear Street in San Francisco’s financial district. The team at Prospect and their sister restaurant, Boulevard, are Nancy Oakes, Pamela Mazzola and Kathy King who have collaborated to provide an American “contemporary approach to dining in San Francisco in the 21stcentury”.
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