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 spaces (POPOS) tucked away on roof tops, in alleys, behind buildings, or in foyers, and available to anyone.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass has come and gone, and you still can’t get enough, can you? Well, here you go...
The weekend approaches! And with that, here are the top six spots you should try for brunch in Wine Country this weekend.
Each October, we’re presented with the biggest quandary of the year: Narrowing down the Bay Area’s abundance of stellar luminaries to an exclusive selection of trailblazers for our annual Hot 20 list. After weeks of review and all-out debate among our editors, this year’s round-up comprises the most energizing influencers of our time. You’ll meet a pioneer of electric cars, a branding prophet, a major league all-star, and a Stanford dropout-turned-biotech virtuoso. Best of all, there’s more awesomeness where these came from. See them all below.
In 1963 the last prisoner to get off of Alcatraz was asked how he felt about leaving. He replied, "Good... Alcatraz was never no good for nobody." And who would disagree? The prison is great for sea birds and tourists, but locals rarely go there. Until now.
Sure, the professionally-made food you find in restaurants and eateries is delicious and fun, but sometimes you want the same food right in your own home. Around the city, there is a movement percolating of home cooks inviting strangers over for intimate dinners, along with delivery options of homemade meals and baked goods. Here are some of the latest:
Here's what 7x7 editors were thinking about this week when they should have been at work.
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