Allow me a second to pour on some haterade. Yelp provides a good basic service at its core, but it leads to abuses of power that drown out any actual establishments voice in its own reputation. Frankly, any star system seems pretty petty when trying to objectify an opinion, and
I wish I lived in a salon. Inspired by Sarah’s guide-to-cutting-your-own-hair post last week, I went digging in my really old and disgusting clear closet organizer thing where I knew an aging pair of shears were buried somewhere. See, I used to have bangs, and I would always cut my
This list of great places to eat in the Bay Area will leave you smiling and probably drooling. All these joints are incredibly well priced, locally owned, delicious, and serving takeout in 2021. You can get something delicious, that will also fill you up, at all these eateries for under
Just when you thought you had survived the gauntlet that is the holiday season, San Francisco’s own arbiters of star-rating and the voice of maddening crowds, Yelp, have decided to include the latter in their annual holiday party. Like restaurants, bars and other service industry businesses, they’re having their shindig
When most people think of Flipper’s, A Gourmet Hamburger Place, I’m betting they probably think of burgers. While it’s true that the menu at Flipper’s features almost 20 different kinds of burgers, it’s actually more like a Squat & Gobble-type restaurant offering everything from salad to crepes to falafel platters.
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My favorite new before-work, on-the-go, super cheap breakfast item is the breakfast burrito at Cafe Venue. The regular burrito comes with potatoes, eggs, cheese, salsa, and your choice of chicken, bacon, or ham for $4.25. You can get it with steak for $5.25 and the veggie burrito is only $3.75.
I have conflicting feelings about Foursquare. On the one hand, it’s a kind of boring concept ‘“ a phone app that lets people know where you are via check-ins? Sounds a lot like Twitter but with less words (and who knew that was even possible?) But in spite of this,
I think I would give roses to more people if they weren’t so expensive. Single stems can go for up to nine bucks a pop or more, which is a totally ridiculous investment for something that’s gonna die on you in a matter of hours. I agree with the Jennifer