Bay Area burrito enthusiasts and late-night drunken hooligans are eating our grief with today’s news in SFGate that ‘Don Chava’ Salvador Lopez, the owner of the El Farolito taqueria chain has passed away. Lopez emigrated from Mexico in 1975 and eventually opened the original El Farolito at 24th and Mission
Grammarly is partnering with the Señor Sisig Food Truck to host a free lunch.
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You have to be on your game to be considered “The Taqueria” in an area famous for stuffed tortilla goodness. La Taqueria has been honing their skills for 46 years and with the founder’s purchase of the iconic building, the Mission staple promises to keep it up for many years
Screw the played out stuff, here is what you really want to do in San Francisco
Not that long ago, I wrote a post for this very website which chronicled my experience as a sun-kissed, burrito-fed Californian living for three years in NYC. Soft of heart and fake blonder of hair, I bemoaned New York’s frigid winters, sleazy one-upping “networkers,” and lack of publicly-placed recycling bins.
Every week we feature a different person from the community shedding a little light on their life of brokeitude. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something about the human spirit — probably not.
When you’re trying to figure your life out and workin’ hard and struggling to Rise to the Top and all of that good stuff, things can get a little… desperate. So desperate, in fact, that you might feel the need to seek out some spiritual guidance. No, no, no. I
Listen, I’m a simple girl with simple needs. As long as I can scour my local Salvation Army for ill-fitting ethnic print dresses and eat a burrito at least once a week, I am pretty much satisfied. But lately, times have gotten tough. This girl is horribly underemployed, and my–