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Outdoor Christmas Cocktail Pop-Up in San FranciscoOutdoor Christmas Cocktail Pop-Up in San Francisco
By - posted 11/25/2020
Eat & Drink, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open, Wow

Miracle, the Christmas-theme pop up bar that transforms Pacific Cocktail Haven into a Winter Wonderland is coming back to San Francisco, but this time as an decked out festive outdoor bar/restaurant. Miracle opens up on Black Friday, November 27 and is open Wednesday-Saturday through New Year’s Eve. They’re bringing back all more...

Tacolicious Closes North Beach & San Jose RestaurantsTacolicious Closes North Beach & San Jose Restaurants
By - posted 11/20/2020
Bay Area Updates, Eat & Drink, Goodbye, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to SFist for announcing the unfortunate news that the Bay Area is losing two outposts of the popular small taco chain Tacolicious. Due to the ongoing pandemic and economic slowdown, they’re saying goodbye to their North Beach location, which slanged tacos for the past 7 years. They’re also closing the more...

Free Thanksgiving Dinner for Everyone From WalmartFree Thanksgiving Dinner for Everyone From Walmart
By - posted 11/17/2020
Eat & Drink, Freebies, Thanksgiving

Thanks to KRON4 for the scoop on the free Thanksgiving dinner opportunity at Walmart through Ibotta.  Ibotta has teamed up with Walmart to save you money and give you a free Thanksgiving dinner. Get 100% cash back on everything you need to whip up dinner for the family. These offers are more...

101-Year-Old Tosca Cafe Reopens for Outdoor Dining101-Year-Old Tosca Cafe Reopens for Outdoor Dining
By - posted 11/15/2020
Eat & Drink, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Thanks to Eater SF for letting us know that the century-old Tosca Cafe has reopened for outdoor dining in North Beach as of November 14th. Tosca dates back to November of 1919 when three Italians came to San Francisco to open a bar in North Beach after WWI. The well-loved cafe opened more...

SF Halts Indoor Dining (Again) Starting Nov. 14SF Halts Indoor Dining (Again) Starting Nov. 14
By - posted 11/10/2020
Brand New, COVID-19 Updates, Eat & Drink, Indoor Dining, Only in San Francisco, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, San Francisco will roll back the reopening of indoor dining, reduce capacity of fitness centers and movie theaters, and will pause approval of plans for indoor instruction for high schools. The City will adjust its reopening due to a significant and rapid increase in more...

Double Rainbow Ice Cream Returns to SFDouble Rainbow Ice Cream Returns to SF
By - posted 11/9/2020
Brand New, Eat & Drink, What's Closed / What's Open

Once dubbed the “official ice cream of San Francisco” by former mayor Willie Brown, the iconic ’70s family-owned ice cream shop Double Rainbow is returning to San Francisco. Thanks to SF Chronicle for letting us know that their brand new scoop shop is opening on Thursday, Nov. 12. at 415 Castro more...

SF’s Historic Tadich Grill Cancels Their ReopeningSF’s Historic Tadich Grill Cancels Their Reopening
By - posted 11/4/2020
Eat & Drink, Indoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

San Francisco’s famous Tadich Grill was finally scheduled to reopen for indoor dining after a long shutdown since July. The restaurant had started taking reservations for their November 9 reopening date. Their decision to reopen came with The City’s announcement to allow indoor dining with 50% capacity. Unfortunately, San Francisco rolled more...

Free Krispy Kreme Donut on Election DayFree Krispy Kreme Donut on Election Day
By - posted 11/2/2020
Eat & Drink, Election, Freebies

Krispy Kreme is dishing out free donuts on Election Day. You don’t need to have voted to nab a free donut, but you definitely should if you’re eligible. Voting feels different this time around, but we are here to sweeten it up! This Election Day, Nov. 3, you can get a more...

Indoor Dining in SF Expands to 50% Capacity on Nov. 3rdIndoor Dining in SF Expands to 50% Capacity on Nov. 3rd
By - posted 10/20/2020
Eat & Drink, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

As part of a broad updated timeline for reopenings. San Francisco today announced that indoor restaurants will be able to increase their capacity to 50% starting November 3rd. See the latest press release | See SF’s updated reopening guidelines as of Oct. 20 Indoor dining was originally was allowed to reopen on more...

SF Restaurant Scene Rebounds After Months Long ShutdownSF Restaurant Scene Rebounds After Months Long Shutdown
By - posted 10/20/2020
Eat & Drink, Indoor Dining, Outdoor Dining, Support the Bay

Thankfully, now that indoor dining has returned to San Francisco, restaurants are on the road to recovery. This past weekend, CBS – KPIX5 noted that restaurants along San Francisco’s waterfront had an air of normalcy. Restaurants such was Waterbar and Epic Steak on the Embarcadero were at capacity. Yes, things looked a more...

Free Fries at Super Duper Burgers for Voters on Election DayFree Fries at Super Duper Burgers for Voters on Election Day
By - posted 10/16/2020
Eat & Drink, Election, Freebies

Super Duper Burgers is rewarding voters with free fries. Show up to any Super Duper on Election Day (November 3) and show off your “I Voted” sticker or ballot stub for a free order of fries*. Did you know, technically, it’s illegal to give incentives for voting before or after a federal more...

SF Pier 70's Dinner & a Drive-in Movie Series | Oct. 17-31SF Pier 70’s Dinner & a Drive-in Movie Series | Oct. 17-31
By - posted 9/29/2020
Brand New, Drive-In Movies, Eat & Drink

Pier 70 Dinner and A Drive-In brings outdoor movie magic to historic Pier 70 in Dogpatch, Saturday evenings October 17-October 31 to benefit La Cocina and to help low-income food entrepreneurs grow their businesses. Brookfield Properties is presenting the series in partnership with locally owned and operated independent theaters, including San Francisco’s Roxie Cinema, Vogue more...

Indoor Dining in San Francisco is Back Sept. 30thIndoor Dining in San Francisco is Back Sept. 30th
By - posted 9/29/2020
Eat & Drink, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

After initially stating that indoor dining wouldn’t happen until “Mid-October”, San Francisco today announced a revision to their reopening timeline for indoor dining which is set to resume on September 30th. See San Francisco’s latest reopening timeline | Indoor Dining Updates Indoor Dining Rules/Restrictions We expect the rules to evolve over time, but more...

SF's Chinatown Grant Ave. Outdoor Dining Now Thru DecemberSF’s Chinatown Grant Ave. Outdoor Dining Now Thru December
By - posted 9/23/2020
Eat & Drink, Outdoor Dining, What's Closed / What's Open

The event San Francisco Chinatown’s iconic Grant Avenue will be closed off to traffic and cars for a pleasant open walkway under vibrant red lanterns every weekend from July through December. Enjoy a historic street stroll, outdoor dining, and an Asian shopping experience. Update: Originally scheduled to end on September 20th, the more...

SF’s Toy Boat Dessert Cafe Reopens as “Toy Boat by Jane”SF’s Toy Boat Dessert Cafe Reopens as “Toy Boat by Jane”
By - posted 9/21/2020
Brand New, Eat & Drink, What's Closed / What's Open

Thank you SF Chronicle for letting us know that SF’s nostalgic Toy Boat Dessert Cafe has reopened with baked goods from Jane the Bakery. Amanda Michael, the owner of Jane the Bakery, reopened the SF’s Toy Boat Dessert Cafe as “Toy Boat by Jane” on Saturday, September 17. Toy Boat has been a more...