Neighborhood Bar Crawl

Bars, Taverns, Saloons, Pubs, whatever you’d prefer to call them, have been a place where friends can meet, hang out and catch up for centuries. They are places where memories are made and things have been forgotten. If you’re new to the neighborhood and are in search of your new…
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3 Cocktails for Chinese New Year

Last week we hosted a Chinese New Year mixer at Monroe in North Beach. With the help of our lovely new friend / Monroe’s Events Manager, Sarah Dunn, we were able to create three festive cocktails ready for the Year of the Fire Rooster. Our guests loved them. So much that some nearly tipped…
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10 Gifts for San Francisco Caffeine Addicts

The embodiment of a perfect gift should be useful, heartwarming, and thoughtful, all things that a great cup of coffee delivers. For those cold winter mornings, those dreaded busy Mondays, or lethargic Wednesday afternoons, there’s nothing more uplifting than a nice cup of joe. This holiday season spread the gift…
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Glen Park: A Neighborhood #InstaGuide

Originally developed as a streetcar suburb for working-class families in the late nineteenth century, San Francisco’s Glen Park neighborhood is now a secluded, family-friendly gem. The self-containing neighborhood enjoys European village vibes, complete with mom-and-pop shops, well-maintained homes, and long-term residents who form the tight-knit community. Quaint coffee shops, organic…
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Dreamforce 2016 Networking (er, Drinking) Guide

Love it or hate it, it’s that time of year again: Salesforce’s annual Dreamforce conference. Over 170,000 people (“trailblazers”) are descending upon San Francisco right now, taking over Howard Street between Third and Fourth Streets, and just about every other street within a 2-block radius. Locals who are not working remotely…
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