Off Menu is our tribute to the service industry. It’s where we cover restaurant openings and bar closings, industry rumors and inside dirt. It’s where we cheer on our favorite chefs, servers, and nightlife superheroes. And the best part is, it comes from those of us that live that life,
I suppose there periodically come times in everyone’s life when they’re forced to ask themselves, “Is this necessary?” When you’re arguing with your significant other on the Muni over which band you’ll see together at Hardly Strictly. When you’re forced to bee line around a group of sidewalk-hoggers in the
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.
… actually this market is Fresh Easy, and Awesome. Alright so I know this place is a chain and because of that it will never gain quite the acclaim of some of the other rad corner markets we have strewn about our city but I love this place. I like
Pop quiz: What do you call the span of city along Market from Church to Octavia? Well, now instead of referring to it as “where Safeway is,” you can call the microhood by its new nickname: Mint Slope. You know, because of the Mint Building and stuff, NOT because we’re
Want a tree but don’t have a million dollars? Try Delancey Street Christmas tree lots, the best holiday gem I’ve found in the city. Not only is Delancey Street an awesome self-help organization for former substance abusers and convicts that provides academic and vocational training, but it’s also the home
Even if you’re not crazy into baseball, you have to be excited about our city’s HUGE win in the World Series (unless you have a heart of stone or are a filthy Yankee fan), if only for the sheer amount of joy permeating the air last night. By “joy,” of
This massive outdoor market with over 250 vendors began yesterday, continues today, and will wrap up tomorrow. I’m not particularly interested in buying any of the wares (divestment folks, its the way of the future), however, culturally speaking, it could almost be like a trip to Africa. Since I haven’t