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SF Restaurant Week is Back

The most wonderful time of the year isn’t over yet! Restaurant Week returns to San Francisco January 22-31. January is California Restaurant Month, so the Golden Gate Restaurant Association arranges restaurant week for the last two weeks of the month. It allows residents to...



The Best Holiday Light Displays in the Bay Area

All over the Bay Area, holiday lights and electric bills are going through the roof. If you don’t have a lawn to display your holiday cheer, head over to one of these places that do! Check out the best holiday light displays in your area....


8 Must-Visit Berkeley Attractions

Berkeley is definitely a stimulating city to visit—rain or shine, there’s always something to do. We’ve compiled another list of Berkeley favorites, this time concerning the best ways to kill some time while you’re there for some gourmet dining. Check out our list below...


15 Pumpkin Patches To Get You In The Spirit

You can always grab a gourd from the grocery store, but that spoils the adventure. The Bay Area is full of jack-o’-lanterns ripe for the carving, and the attractions are not just for kids. Fire a pumpkin cannon, get lost in a corn maze, or...


Outside Lands, Outside Eats: What to Eat At Outside Lands 2017

Outside Lands, like any music festival, is reliant upon stellar food to ensure the natives don’t get restless. But because your stomach can only take so much, we’ve done the work for you and found out what you should be eating and where. Read...


Flintstones House You’ve Seen From 280 Has A New Owner

The Flintstones are 2.8 million clams richer. According to real estate website Redfin, the infamous Hillsborough “Flintstones House” has finally sold for $2.8 million in cash. The 40-year-old home was originally put on the market in 2015 for a cool $4.2 million. The price has been...