I finally came across the Amuse Bouche Guy that Allan keeps talking about on Mission Mission. Along with the Creme Brulee Guy, and the Magic Curry Kart, the Amuse Bouche Guy seems to represent that good old American spirit of making something out of nothing. Except he’s French, not American.
Titillation from yesteryear, my friends. The days when Sodom by the Bay was known for its everyman’s mud and brew. Crisp, dry, cool and golden joy juice flowing like a geyser on the slopes of Potrero. Enchanting neon goblet! Like that “soft glow of electric sex” Jean Shepard wrote of. Where
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.
A cookie is a little morsel of happiness. Nobody eats a cookie and then goes out and commits a heinous act of violence; twinkies maybe, but not cookies. There are few things in life that can brighten your day like a good one (unless you’re diabetic of course, in which case it absolutely ruins
If you’ve been following the site the past few days, you’ve noticed that a lot of great cheap shit is coming up today. There’s the $2 A’s game, FREE admission to the new Science Museum, and the FREE tacos at Taco Del Mar. If you’re unemployed or don’t mind playing
This might be old news to some of you but the chance to win money never gets old: Heeding the anguished calls and pee-dances of San Francisco homeowners and their construction crews alike, Oakland’s Clorox Corporation has decided to deploy its chlorinated missionaries across the bay and onto
Standing alone, a dinner or drinks can be manageable, but combined…well, that’s just stupid. It’s like fighting two bears. I can’t do that. Budgets begin to implode. Enter BYOB restaurants – places where owners are lazy, poor, or philosophically aligned with drinking malt liquor with your dinner. I hardly ever
I was walking near Union Square the other night, on the way to a friend’s birthday party, when I passed by Macy’s display window. I noticed that it was once again the time of year for the store’s Flower Show. While this year’s theme is “A Bohemian Garden”, after looking at