Avital Tours offers high-end social dining experiences in San Francisco and Los Angeles for locals and travelers alike. Their walking food tours are built by locals for locals. Their goal is that someone who lives in the Mission comes on our Mission Food Tour and learns something about her own neighborhood –
Rad Upcoming SF Events The Grand Budapest Hotel THU. 08/27 | 8:00PM @ JACK LONDON SQUARE Cozy up on the waterfront beginning at sundown on the ferry lawn. Moviegoers should arrive early with blankets and chairs in-hand. ADMISSION: FREE Jeremy Castillo FRI. 08/28 | 5:00PM @ AMOEBA MUSIC
Rad Upcoming SF Events Drink Steam with Ricky Watts THU. 08/20 | 6:00PM @ ZEITGEIST Bay Area native Ricky Watts has a unique style of colorful and abstract patterns weaving intricately together. See the art come to life before your eyes in an intimate live-painting session. ADMISSION: FREE REVOLUTIONS: DJ George
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No money for a flight to Scotland to sample 30 year-old scotch? Forgot to save up for that luxury Tuscan wine tour, $22,000 cocktail, or whatever the hell else rich people do to get loaded? Don’t worry those young, broke and beautiful little heads of yours, we’ve got you covered:
Rad Upcoming SF Events Tito Puente Jr. THU. 07/02 | 7:30PM @ YOSHI’S OAKLAND The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, his music.
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Being a David Chang ball-fondler, at first I thought Cookiebar’s logo and the name were a little too close to resembling Momofuku’s Milkbar. This minor detail kept me away longer than it should have. On our way home from recreational meandering, I finally went in. All of the employees are under 30-years-old.