At long last, the opinions of waiters finally matter! For years, we couldn’t even convince people to listen to us when we told them that the sizzling plate of fajitas was hot and we’d watch customer after customer reach out and scald their hands, but now we have the ear
Here’s how voting will work this year, during the pandemic. And here’s how the Internet can help you get it done.
I am extremely excited to announce the release of The Delicious Card! Delicious cardholders get awesome deals at over 30 of your favorite SF eateries! Membership is a great way to explore new places, support local businesses, and support local journalism.
Somehow this one managed to slip by my radar, which is odd, because I pass by CatHead’s BBQ a lot. But yes it’s true, the BBQ joint famous for biscuits the size of a cat’s head has closed after 8 years in SoMa. When I reached out to Richard Park,
The office of Supervisor Gordon Mar just put out a press release announcing that the District 4 Supervisor has received a positive test for COVID-19. Luckily his case is mild and he will be able to continue working from home, serving the City and his constituents. Earlier today Mission Local
We had a meeting on Friday to look over the Broke-Ass Stuart financials to see how bad they are. And WOW. They aren’t just bad, they are TERRIBLE. That’s why we’re writing to ask you to please join the Broke-Ass Stuart Patreon at $6 or above. An Inside Look at
RIP Herman Cain. The former Republican presidential candidate and pizza CEO, died this week due to complications from COVID 19. The virus that he clearly caught while attending Trump’s ‘super spreader’ Tulsa rally in late June. The rally was widely regarded as a massive failure due to its attendance of
Over the last 157 years the Cliff House has survived a lot. First constructed in 1858, it’s been rebuilt five times due to various calamities like fires and dynamite exploding shipwrecks. Unfortunately, it may not survive COVID-19. Earlier today KRON 4 reported, via local wire service Bay City News, that the
Tt noon today (July 13) Governor Newsom announced that the state is halting all indoor operations for restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family entertainment, zoos, museums, cardrooms, and bars across California. Bars and breweries that do not serve food, “must close all operations both indoor and outdoor statewide.” NEW: #COVID19 cases