Like many other restaurants, Liholiho Yacht Club, shut its doors temporarily at 871 Sutter in response to the pandemic. For the regulars, employees, and long-time fans of Liholiho, it was a time of uncertainty, not 100% knowing if they will be back in their original space or when. To the
The San Francisco Bay Area is a big place. Its home to nine counties, includes far too many cities to name, and while San Jose is technically the biggest city in the Bay Area. The region is undeniably defined by San Francisco and Oakland. Which ultimately begs the question. Which
Step into a world of adventure with the San Francisco Beer Passport. There’s no better way to explore San Francisco than to literally drink it in. This passport is amazing! Each one contains 27 coupons to buy one beer, get a second beer FREE at 27 of the finest locally
Written By: Maisey Dillion If unaffordable housing and homelessness aren’t enough, you can add wack food to San Francisco’s menu. Once you’ve made it to the most expensive city in America, making just above the poverty limit of 100k a year, you’d think you can finally afford a decent dinner
Oakland is a town filled with opinions. Is Oakland the best, coolest, hippest place on the West Coast? Or is it a dystopian slum with sky high crime and little opportunity? It depends on who you’re talking to. According to the sign telling me to “love life” Oakland has around
Misinformation and ignorance is leading to xenophobic acts and heavy drops in Asian restaurant attendance. Avital Tours, a culinary experience company in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York is fighting back the best way they know how: with food. They have developed a robust, self-guided walking tour highlighting the best of San Francisco Chinatown.
by Limus Woods I remember when I used to work at this very popular, nationally-known country buffet down south. I won’t say the name of the restaurant chain, number one, because I’d be incriminating myself for theft, and number two, they might want to sue us or something if they
by Kate Brunotts Listen, I love the holidays as much as anyone else, but there’s no denying that with them comes the “season’s greetings” of a lighter wallet. Those artisan cat socks you got for your great Aunt Jackie are expensive, and I totally understand being fed up with ramen.
It’s LumpiaPalooza! October is Filipino-American History Month, giving you the perfect excuse to nourish your passion for local Filipino culture and community in the most delectable way possible: with crispy, flaky, buttery, deliciously-stuffed, and perfectly-golden LUMPIA! Indulge in a variety of savory classics like garlic, kare kare, and chicken afritada lumpia.