Eat & Drink
just because businesses are starting to reopen, it doesn’t mean we need to slow down on showing love and support to our local businesses. The uniqueness, the charm, the diversity, the vibrancy, the sense of community – these are all reasons why we shop at and support small and local businesses.
Whether you waits tables for a solitary summer after high school or make it a lifelong career, there are some skills that are gained while wearing the apron that will last a lifetime. Plenty of people will say that waiting tables isn’t a “real job” (which we will not get
Hallelujah! And say that exuberantly like Pharoahe Monch. San Francisco will be entering the Yellow Tier on May 7th which means, among other things, that indoor bars can open again without serving food. According to Supervisor Matt Haney, “Under state guidelines, in the yellow tier: Restaurants, movie theaters, libraries, offices, churches,
The Fremont born darling of San Francisco pizza is now opening a bakery and bagel shop in North Beach. But you might not want to say the name out loud, because you’ll sound like a bigot from the 1920s. ‘Dago Bagel’ is the new North Beach bagel brand, started by
As the weather warms up and more Covid vaccinations are getting into arms, plenty of people are feeling more comfortable venturing out into the world of restaurant dining. However, staffing those restaurants has become a huge challenge. The New York Times, CNN, and NBC’s Today Show have all written about
All this means that they are able to deliver the food you crave at 40% less than other online delivery services, all while paying a good wage and supporting local eateries.
Senate Bill 314 and 793 both help remove red tape, lengthy turnaround times and permit redundancies of the bar and restaurant industry, and they both passed through state senate committee this week with unanimous votes. They still need to be voted on by state legislature but here’s what they are
San Francisco’s $3 million Music and Entertainment Venue Recovery Fund opened for applications on 4/21, and the deadline to submit is May 5. The grants will be distributed in amounts of at least $10,000 to shuttered concert venues, clubs and other live entertainment venues. The fund is also accepting donations