Tag: Bars and Restaurants

If coffee makes the world go round, then local coffee shops keep us and our communities moving forward. Whether you’re searching for a spot to work, to read, or to catch up with an old friend, the coffeehouse offers the perfect setting and complements it with fresh coffee, smiling faces and local art. In Oakland, […]
New Year’s Eve in San Francisco means all-day celebrations, a stunning firework display at midnight, and lots of food—and our list includes all three! We rounded up a handful of the best restaurants for New Year’s Eve eats and drinks in the city, which means this guide includes Scandinavian feasts, handmade noodle tasting menus, dinners […]
If it’s winter in the Bay Area, you know we’re all talking about Dungeness crab: who’s fishing it, who’s cooking it, and who makes the best. The fishing season for this sweet crab is typically open from November through June which means local restaurants can often offer whole roast crabs through the winter and sometimes […]
If you’re looking for seafood, San Francisco is one of the best places to start. Famously, our hometown is home to some of the best restaurants in the world and we have incredibly easy access to sustainably caught seafood delicacies like Dungeness crab, oysters and clams. Today, we’re rounding up the must-visit San Francisco restaurants […]
San Francisco knows how to throw a party, and we do that regularly at street fairs, huge annual events, holiday happenings and more. So, when you need to host your own, the city is a great place to be. We rounded up a handful of our favorite restaurants, bars, lounges and clubs in San Francisco […]
It probably won’t surprise you to hear this: San Francisco and the Bay Area, the center of gourmet, sustainable, and innovative food and drink, are home to some of the best craft breweries in America. And we’re not just saying that! These breweries have the medals to prove it. In celebration of our local Northern […]
The southernmost community of Marin County and the home of the stunning Marin Headlands, Sausalito, California has transitioned from wartime factory to artist enclave to tourist haven over the decades. Through the years, it has also been a natural and historic spectacle. If you’re visiting the Bay Area or you’ve lived here for a long […]