Considering about 100% of San Franciscans could use a haircut right now, SF’s first COVID-compatible, outdoor barber shop is a welcome relief! Barbers from SF Barbershop and Kam the Barbarian have teamed up to form ‘The Barber Collective‘ and will begin cuttin’ hair Wednesday September 2nd, at 428 11th Street,
Food trucks have given a new meaning to the term “fast food,” providing a motley menu of gastronomic goodies from around the globe right at your street corner, outside your favorite bar, or at that empty parking lot by your work.
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.
Get your tickets here! You know who loves french fries? Everybody! That’s why I’m teaming up with SoMa StrEat Food Park for French Fry Fest. This is the festival you’ve been waiting your whole life for. Stay up on all the updates on the FB invite! Get your tickets here! Basic
Last Thursdays is a monthly showcase of new work by visual, musical & culinary artists in the local arts community founded by San Francisco creative collective The SUB. This month, Last Thursdays comes to Brooklyn at The Foundation. Bringing you incredible light-installation sculptures, Rush Midnight DJ set, Brooklyn Brewery, Morris Cheese
Before finally giving in and reluctantly surrendering my greenbacks to a truck called Bacon Bacon – that was recently parked outside the F*ck Your New Year’s Resolution Party – it was obvious that people have always had a strong affection for bacon. Why else would they have molded phraseology around what now describes the person
HAVING RECENTLY WRITTEN ABOUT ALTERNATIVE USES OF THE TACO, I thought it would only be fair to showcase what I feel to be the best taco truck in The City. There it is above, in all its glory: El Tonayense. It took me a while (years actually) to finally check
I had so much fun hosting the Phono Del Sol Festival last year. I got to hang out, meet rad people, drink beer, and listen to good music. What else could you want in a weekend afternoon? If you said “Nothing” then I have good news for you! The 2013
There’s nothing more in the world that I love than a corn dog. That quintessentially, and some would say truly, American treat. So American that there’s even a nod to the national ownership in the film, Ratatouille. “What are corn dogs?” “Cheap sausages dipped in batter and deep fried. You know,