Dogs and alcohol–what better combination exists to dull the pain? Luckily, there are bars scattered throughout the East Bay that welcome your Fido on a Friday night. Glug some top-notch hooch with the pooch, and chase it with the hair of the dog at these three canine-friendly bars for bar-friendly
San Francisco is an old, iron safe filled with gold, glory, disaster, and secrets. SFCentric History is a column, by SF writer V. Alexandra de F. Szoenyi, that digs in the vaults of local history and shares the sensational people, places, and things that rocked San Francisco. We all have ideas in
By Rachel Fogletto There are hundreds of articles out there for folks who are trying to stop drinking forever. But many of us fall into another category. What do you do when you’re a functional drinker who has all of a sudden had to stop consuming booze due to abrupt
August is here, and across America it is the deepest, hottest part of the summer. The part of summer where you are sweatin’ in your skivvies and praying for winter. The Bay Area isn’t that part of the country. Instead, we shiver in the chilly fog and turn our eyes
The Infamous Arrow Bar (Image taken from Yelp) I lived in San Francisco back when I used to puke a lot. And pee in alleys. Be it, cuz I was drunk, or high – my glory days – I would find myself in front of the Arrow Bar with some other lost
Join FlipSide at the historic 1874 Old Mint for an evening of unlimited wine tasting and presentations on the history of wine in San Francisco and the City’s historical importance as the urban center for a world-famous wine making region. Did you know that San Francisco was once a major hub
Full open bar, DJ, dancing, chandeliers, glitzy photo booth, and surprises. Attire is black + pink cocktail chic. Friday, October 24th, 2014. Tickets are for sale here…and they’re beyond my budget. ENTER BELOW!