Eat & Drink

21 Mar 2024

We Be Sushi Closes Original Location, Following Many on Valencia St.

After 36 years of slicing, dicing, and serving the Mission District of San Francisco, the original We Be Sushi at 1071 Valencia St at 22nd has closed.    Chef Andy Tonozuka told Mission Local the reasons are “mainly the slow business, and another one is I’m 74 now, and I got sciatic nerve pain”.

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20 Mar 2024

The Incredible Food & Drinks at Berkeley Restaurant Week!

The dreamiest bites in Berkeley, and all the deliciousness to discover March 21 – 31!

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20 Mar 2024

The Mission’s First “Dive Bar Art Crawl” is Here!

As you probably know by now, I love dive bars. Hell, I’m even the official dive bar columnist for SFGate. And since you also know we cover a whole bunch of art stuff on this site, the Dive Bar Art Crawl is pretty much the perfect thing for BAS, and

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17 Mar 2024

How to Persian New Year in the Bay Area

The Spring Equinox falls on March 19 this year. For some, (me, it’s me!) it’s an excuse to get together with friends for a lazy beach bonfire. For others, the equinox is for setting intentions and getting together with family. Persian New Year, called Nowruz is a time for renewal

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15 Mar 2024

The Coziest New Thai Breakfast Spot in Berkeley, Tanzie’s

Last weekend, my friend and I visited the coziest new breakfast spot called Tanzie’s Cafe in Berkeley. A little off the beaten path, this is my new “secret” spot for an amazing breakfast or brunch. Its adorable cozy interior is only surpassed by the incredible food being served. From Thai-style

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15 Mar 2024

Superfine Art Fair: Bringing 100 Artists to Fort Mason

Calling all art lovers! Over 100 artists from around the world are coming to San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center (FMC) to take over Fort Mason’s 50,000 square feet of pavilion space from March 21st to the 24th. Superfine Art Fair, in partnership with ArtSpan and Art Battle, will be transformed

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13 Mar 2024

Golden Coffee Has Been Replaced with a New Kebab Spot

Alas, San Francisco’s greasiest spoon has closed down. Golden Coffee Shop was not a destination by any means, but if you lived in the Tenderloin/Nob Hill/Tendernob region, you definitely had at least one hungover meal there. And that meal was so greasy, it probably ran right through you. When I

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08 Mar 2024

Eats & Fun Along The Barbary Coast Trail

The Barbary Coast Trail is hard to miss if you’ve ever walked around The FiDi, Chinatown or North Beach. You’ve probably seen one of the 150 bronze placards embedded in the sidewalks while you’re boppin’ around. Stretching across 4 miles of San Francisco, this walk is mostly on flat ground

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