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THE NEWBIE’S GUIDE TO EATING AND DRINKING IN NORTH BEACH
North Beach is one of San Francisco’s most treasured and certainly colorful neighborhoods. With plenty of cafés, bars, parks, and restaurants to capture your attention, you’ll want to walk and wander all over to soak in the Italian and Bohemian/ex-Beat atmosphere. Here are some of the can’t-miss restaurants to seek out in North Beach if it’s your first or next time in San Francisco, depending on what you’re looking for.
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Tony’s Pizza Napoletana (1570 Stockton St.)
Tony Gemignani is a well-known name for his expertise with all kinds and styles of pizza, and has a variety of places any pizza lover will want to visit in North Beach. Tony’s Pizza Napoletana is continue reading….
THE BEST SPOTS IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR VEGETARIAN DINING
Dining out with a vegetarian can be a challenge—for everyone at the table. It’s hard for the bona fide meat lover to be happy at a place that specializes in bean curd, but vegetarians are tired of the same old portobello mushroom burger that feels like it’s been tossed on the menu as an afterthought. So where can you go with carnivores and vegetarians, where no one will feel like they’ve missed out on the main event? Fortunately, this is San Francisco, a city full of places that celebrate vegetables as much as meat on the plate. Here are some of our favorites.
Cotogna (190 Pacific Ave.)
Tucked into an old, tree-lined street between North Beach and the Financial District is Cotogna, the more casual little sister to high-end (and adjoining) Quince. It’s been one of the hottest restaurants in town for years now and continue reading….
ALWAYS SUPER: 50 PLACES TO EAT AND DRINK IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco is 49 square miles of heaven to your tastebuds. This is one of the most innovative, forward-thinking culinary scenes in the U.S. Not only is the freshest food locally grown year-round within a short distance, but also we have diversity that you can only experience by traveling around the world. In celebration of Super Bowl 50, being played at Levi’s Stadium in 2016, we’ve got 50 on our mind. Eat and drink at these 50 places in San Francisco and you’ll make a circuit around the globe through your tastebuds.
1601 Bar & Kitchen (1601 Howard St.)
This under-the-radar Sri Lankan-inspired restaurant is truly a hidden gem—you’ll encounter fascinating flavors in elegantly executed dishes continue reading….
10 BARS YOU NEED TO DRINK AT IN 2016
San Francisco’s bar scene is just as lively as its restaurant scene, with new watering holes opening all the time (hey, we’re a thirsty city). Here are a few recently opened places—with the rest opening soon—that you’ll want to pull up a barstool at. And fans of wine, we have a couple spots for you, too.
Whitechapel (600 Polk St.)
One of our city’s most beautiful bars to open in quite some time, this spacious gin palace from Martin Cate, Alex Smith and John Park feels like it’s in an abandoned London Underground train station. The cavernous space is full of continue reading….
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