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The Michelin Diet: Spruce

From Atkins to Paleo, 7x7 editors are no strangers to fad diets. Having failed at each of them, we've finally found a nutrition regimen that suits our discriminating lifestyle: The Michelin Diet.

Property Porn: A Chic Townhouse for $1.25M

Sporting curved floor-to-ceiling windows, dark wood, and luminous glass, this stylish condo is the perfect place to relish San Francisco's endless charms. 

Crystal Jade Jiang Nan Opens with $14 Million Renovation and Ken Fulk Design

In 1849, before California was even a state, the first Chinese restaurant in North America opened its doors in San Francisco. Macao and Woosung, which seated 300 at its Kearny and Commercial Street location, was popular with everyone from politicians to gold miners, and is said to be the birthplace for chop suey.

The New Secret Weapon for SF Foodies


San Francisco is the city of instant gratification. With the push of a button, you can hail a cab, send a bouquet of flowers, or even do your grocery shopping. But to eat at the city’s best restaurants (our activity of choice) you still need to hunt for a table 30 to 60 days in advance—until now.

This Week in Live Music: Justin Timberlake, FKA Twigs, Drive-By Truckers, & More

To what god shall we direct our gratitude for the imminent showering of world-class entertainment? That would be Apollo, son of Zeus, brother of Artemis, friend of San Francisco.

Winter is Coming: The Chic Guide to Combating the Chill

The weather doesn't have to be the only thing that's cool thanks to these soothing remedies and cheeky prints.

13 Hidden Gardens in the Financial District

Looking for somewhere off the beaten path to take your lunch today? Due to some smart city developments, we here in San Francisco are fortunate to have over 50 privately owned public open spaces (POPOS) tucked away on roof tops, in alleys, behind buildings, or in foyers, and available to anyone.

The Best Bloody Marys in San Francisco

When it comes to brunch cocktails, there's no denying that the Bloody Mary reigns supreme. Spicy, salty, and tomato-y, nothing says hangover cure quite like this boozy drink. We rounded up the must-try Bloody Marys around San Francisco, and they definitely won't disappoint.

Beginner Triathlons to Try in 2015

'Tis the season to over-indulge and put on a few pounds. Whether you want to make sure you stay in shape during the holidays or jump-start a resolution to get fit in 2015, training for a sprint triathlon may be just the incentive you need. Put these three beginner-friendly tris on your calendar. 

Where to Eat Out or Order In on Thanksgiving

Avoid the family drama and inevitable exploding mashed potatoes by feasting out or dining in on Turkey Day. 

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