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    Dining, Fresh Eats Treasure Island Wine Tour: 7 Wineries to Try

    Treasure Island Wine Tour: 7 Wineries to Try

    A former naval base is now the venue for music festivals, flea markets, and local wineries. Many of these small wineries and tasting rooms are open to the public, and some even offer free wine and barrel tastings. Cheap, quality…
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    Dining, SFoodie So Reebok's Now in the Bacon Business

    So Reebok's Now in the Bacon Business

    Not only is the shoe manufacturer shipping…
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    Dining, SFoodie Pop-Up Planner: Art and Tamales, July 30 - Aug. 6

    Pop-Up Planner: Art and Tamales, July 30 - Aug. 6

    CurATE dinner series When: Wednesdays through Saturdays, July 30-Aug. 30 Where: Hedge Gallery, 501 Pacific Cost: $50 for the reception, wine, and canapés or $199 for the five-course tasting menu The rundown: A new artist will be featured every week…
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    Dining, SFoodie Cocoa Prices Lead to Price Hike for Hershey, but Not Local Chocolatiers

    Cocoa Prices Lead to Price Hike for Hershey, but Not Local Chocolatiers

    According to Reuters, the country's top chocolate company, Hershey Co., raised its prices for the first time since 2011 by roughly 8 percent on Tuesday, July 15. The hike has been brought on due to "soaring" cocoa bean and butter…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats No More Kaffir Limes: An End to Citrus-Based Racism

    No More Kaffir Limes: An End to Citrus-Based Racism

    People of a certain age may remember back to a time when Brazil nuts were blithely called "nigger toes." Now, or at least until recently, there was a lime that had a similar racial and religious slur in its name.…
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    Dining, SFoodie IKEA to Host Crayfish Party

    IKEA to Host Crayfish Party

    Move over meatballs and lingonberry juice, crayfish is what IKEA will be feeding you on your next furniture outing.  As a Swedish tradition dating back to the 1800s, crayfish parties were held in celebration to the late-summer season when…
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    Dining, SFoodie Boudin's Giving Out a Loaf of Bread a Day for a Year to Contest Winners

    Boudin's Giving Out a Loaf of Bread a Day for a Year to Contest Winners

    Are you bread-y for a free year's supply of Boudin's sourdough? You'll have to prove it on social media. Boudin Bakery is opening another location in Huntington Beach on Aug. 28, and to celebrate they're rewarding 365 loaves of…
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    Dining, SFoodie New Cashew Nut Ice Cream Has Surprising Origins

    New Cashew Nut Ice Cream Has Surprising Origins

    After being dubbed the “Videogate cop,” for the nearly a decade, Andrew Cohen has turned his attention toward a sweeter deal and is now one half of Mr. Dewie’s Frozen Desserts, making cashew milk ice cream in Oakland. This…
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    Dining, SFoodie New Restaurant Review Site Aims to Be the Anti-Yelp

    New Restaurant Review Site Aims to Be the Anti-Yelp

    Happy 10th birthday Yelp, but don't get too comfortable. At the Infatuation, co-founders Andrew Steinthal and Chris Stang craft restaurant reviews that they believe to resonate with the voices of their generation. Based in New York City, the Infatuation launched…
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    Dining, SFoodie Best Bars to Watch the World Cup in S.F.

    Best Bars to Watch the World Cup in S.F.

    Watching the World Cup at home is all fine and dandy but why not venture out to some of San Francisco's best sports bars to root for your favorite team? When the time comes to buy the whole bar a…
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    Dining, SFoodie Yelp Trends Answers All Your Food Trend Questions

    Yelp Trends Answers All Your Food Trend Questions

    Food trends have always been a strange thing  to follow. From jello salads to cabbage soup to ramen burgers, trends range from hybrid foods or whatever is supposed to be healthy at the moment. Review site Yelp recently launched…
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    Dining, SFoodie CUESA Announces New Executive Director Marcy Coburn

    CUESA Announces New Executive Director Marcy Coburn

    As of July 14, Marcy Coburn will be the new Executive Director of the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture, aka CUESA, the organization behind the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market. Coburn and CUESA looks to be a great match.…
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    Dining, SFoodie A Different Kind of Drunk History in New UC Berkeley Research Project

    A Different Kind of Drunk History in New UC Berkeley Research Project

    Gather 'round kids and get ready to learn about the West Coast cocktail. UC Berkeley's Regional Oral History Office is researching the history of the Pacific mixed drinks with Shanna Farrell as their lead historian. The crowdfunded project plans on…
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    Pop-Up Planner: Casual Hawaiian and Soul Food, Aug. 6 - 13

    Paniolo Social When: Every Thursday in August, 4 p.m. until supplies run-out Where: Bloodhound, 1145 Folsom, 863-2840 Cost: A la carte The rundown: LihoLiho Yacht Club's Ravi Kapur prepares more casual Hawaiian dining here while the permanent LihoLiho is set up. Spicy…
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    Dining, SFoodie Sporting Events and Veg-Friendly Food: A Match Made in S.F.

    Sporting Events and Veg-Friendly Food: A Match Made in S.F.

    We all know AT&T Park to be the beloved home of the San Francisco Giants, but now it's once again PETA's top ranked vegetarian-friendly major league baseball field in the country.…
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    Dining, SFoodie Pop-Up Planner: Fried Chicken Galore, Sustainable French, Secret Indian, Aug. 12-18

    Pop-Up Planner: Fried Chicken Galore, Sustainable French, Secret Indian, Aug. 12-18

    La Cocina Friday Night Friend Chicken Family Meal When: Friday, Aug. 15, 6-10 p.m. Where: SOMA StrEat Food Park, 428, 11th St. Cost: $50-$125 The rundown: Before Saturday's Street Food Festival, pre-game with loads of different versions of fried chicken partnered…
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    Dining, SFoodie Hammock Cafe to Sway Over to the Mission

    Hammock Cafe to Sway Over to the Mission

    Hold on to your seats -- no, really. The first cafe to feature hammocks in America (or so it claims) is set to open its doors in the Mission by the end of 2014.…
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    Dining, SFoodie Celebrate Everything Bacon at Memphis Minnie's

    Celebrate Everything Bacon at Memphis Minnie's

    International Bacon Day is a gift from the arbitrary holiday gods and Memphis Minnie's Bar-B-Que Joint & Smoke House is your gateway to "swine dining," as their slogan promises. Their Facebook event says they'll be slinging bacon from 11 a.m.…
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    Dining, SFoodie Five Food Vending Machines That Think Outside of the Candy Box

    Five Food Vending Machines That Think Outside of the Candy Box

    Vending machines have long been a treasure to human society. From the first cola machine to today's Burrito Box, we've always striven for the convenience, and now quality, of our machine-dispensed treats. But now treats like ice cream, soda,…
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    Dining, SFoodie Pop-Up Planner: Brandy, Brunch, Late Night Korean, Aug. 19 - Aug. 24

    Pop-Up Planner: Brandy, Brunch, Late Night Korean, Aug. 19 - Aug. 24

    BrandyfestWhen: Tuesday, Aug. 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m., 8-10 p.m. Where: Bar Agricole, 355 11th St., 355-9400. Cost: $75 The rundown: K&L is teaming up with Bar Agricole to bring the first annual Brandyfest. The ticket includes access to unlimited brandy tastings, cocktails, and…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer

    Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer

    Vinos rejoice ... sort of. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on July 8 allowing patrons to participate in wine tastings at farmers markets offered by winemakers who bottle their own product. Both houses of the Legislature approved the bill…
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    Dining, SFoodie Baby-like Pears Now Exist, Grow Your Own Too

    Baby-like Pears Now Exist, Grow Your Own Too

    Melons have been grown into unnatural square shapes in Japan for 40 years and if you think that goes against the laws of nature, you're in for a wild ride. China is producing baby-resembling pears they're sometimes referring to as…
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    Dining, SFoodie Food Maps Reveal New Takes on America's Food Systems

    Food Maps Reveal New Takes on America's Food Systems

    The words obesity, GMO, food stamps, etc. have dominated the news in recent years. When put up against other countries, America seems to be falling behind, namely Europe, in health and regulations, leaving Americans eating Europeans' dust. Vox posted a…
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    Dining, SFoodie Seven Tasty Tots to Try in S.F.

    Seven Tasty Tots to Try in S.F.

    Arguably the best school lunch side -- one that today's kids won't get to experience (thanks Michelle) -- tater tots are now the best looking thing next to your beer. Thankfully for San Francisco's abundance of "gastronomic snobs," these little…
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    Dining, SFoodie Is the Country's Best Burrito in San Francisco?

    Is the Country's Best Burrito in San Francisco?

    It's no surprise that some of the best burritos can be found in California - what's even less surprising is that the best of the best are from San Francisco. Founder and Editor in Chief of FiveThirtyEight and self-proclaimed burritophile,…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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