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Is Yu-Raku a Japanese or Chinese Restaurant? Yes.
Luke Tsai | July 6, 2018

 

Mapo tofu, prepared the traditional Sichuan way, is a beautiful thing: a sweat-inducing combination of silky tofu and ground meat, all slicked with fiery-red chili...

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Hot New Restaurants to Try Soon
Luke Tsai | July 6, 2018

 

Hina Yakitori
NoPa
ETA: August 2018
A short-lived but much beloved Oakland yakitori restaurant will be reborn in NoPa. For this new iteration, chef Tommy Cleary plans to...

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The Best Services in S.F. in 2018
San Francisco magazine | July 5, 2018

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Tailor: Andreas Gorges...

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Let’s Work Together
San Francisco magazine | July 5, 2018

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For the fashion-forward female: The Assembly...

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The Beach of Dinner Parties Past
Ariel Plotnick | July 3, 2018

 

Most people comb the beach for shells or, if they’re really looking to strike it rich, rare coins, sand-caked cell phones, or even a dropped engagement ring. But at one East Bay...

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Twelve Wines to Drown Your Political Agony This Fourth of July
Ian Devereux White | July 2, 2018

 

Although national politics may be unsettling, there’s still one thing we all can agree on—the Fourth of July was built for wine. From...

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The Best Places to Play in S.F. in 2018
San Francisco magazine | July 2, 2018

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Bernal Cutlery’s Josh Donald Wrote the Definitive Book on Knives
Luke Tsai | July 2, 2018

 

Josh Donald was born with a knife in his hand. Or practically so, anyway, as the owner of Bernal Cutlery recounts in Sharp,...

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‘These Are Human Rights Violations’
Rebecca Katz | June 29, 2018

 

Tomorrow, San Franciscans can once again show off their witty, poignant, and biting sign-making skills as they join thousands nationwide in a day of action protesting the Trump Administration’s...

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Three Bar Crawls That Make the Most of the Bay’s New Booze Belt
Camper English | June 29, 2018

The East Bay: Quite simply, it’s where to go to get a drink. Populated by cocktail wizards, upstart microbreweries, experimental...

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The People vs. People’s Park
Scott Lucas | June 28, 2018

 

It’s a Friday during graduation season at UC Berkeley, but three blocks south of campus there are no caps and gowns, no proud parents, no picnicking grad students slapping grades on blue books...

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