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5 hrs ago | SFGate

Shawn Gawle talks Les Clos and French cuisine

Pastry chef Shawn Gawle prepares a dessert at Saison in San Francsico, Calif., is seen on Wednesday, May 14th, 2014. John Storey As Mark Bright 's SoMa project - the aforementioned all-day cafe/wine bar/retail shop named Les Clos - quickly approaches its opening this week , details are coming into focus.


10 hrs ago | SFGate

Marlowe says goodbye to Townsend Street, readies new Brannan Street location

A staffer prints the drink menu on butcher paper at the now-closed location of Marlowe. Photo: The Chronicle/John Storey Now, the Marlowe team - Anna Weinberg, Jennifer Puccio, James Nicholas, Emily Luchetti and co. - will be putting the finishing touches on the new Marlowe, located just a few blocks away at the corner of Brannan and Fourth.


Sun Sep 14, 2014


S.F. weighs campaign to keep cars from clogging intersections

A Municipal Transportation Agency officer directs traffic Thursday at Second and Bryant streets in the South of Market area. San Francisco is testing different tactics to reduce the number of drivers blocking key intersections.


Sat Sep 13, 2014

Come celebrate Halloween in style at the spooky W Hotel San Francisco

Who's looking for the hottest Halloween haunt? Embrace your alter ego, don your most stylish costume and head to W San Francisco's "sinister chic" Halloween Happening. Celebrate Halloween in Style at the Spooky W Hotel San Francisco on Friday, October 31st 2014, 9 p.m. W San Francisco turns into a hotel-wide haunted house, featuring San Francisco's hottest deejays spinning Top40, Hip-Hop, and EDM music.


Fri Sep 12, 2014

Where are the single-family houses in San Francisco?

It's no secret that a huge part of the city's housing stock is rental properties - and many of those are under rent control. But there's got to be single-family homes for sale, so where are they? The San Francisco Chronicle looked into this very issue today.


Thu Sep 11, 2014

San Francisco Magazine

Four Hot New Restaurants to Try Right Now

Chino Team Tacolicious has ventured beyond tuna tostadas to take on Chinese food, and the result is a fun, poppy restaurant that appears to have been codesigned by Andy Warhol and a 13-year-old girl. While the menu offers tradition in the form of Shanghai soup dumplings, it abounds with cross-cultural mashups like the yuba salad, its cool, slippery ribbons of tofu skin bathed in cilantro-ginger salsa verde.



Sweat SF: Everything You Need To Know About Avant-Barre

Avant-Barre is a genuine group-exercise unicorn - a truly adaptable workout that allows participants of a wide range of fitness levels to get involved, but still keeps every member of the class pushing hard for the full hour. You'll leave the class feeling fitness is attainable, and maybe even... fun? Yes, fun.


Potrero View

Plans Proceeding to Turn Convalescent Hospital into Residenc...

The San Francisco Planning Department has issued a preliminary project assessment for a proposed renovation of the recently closed Mission Bay Convalescent Hospital, located at 331 Pennsylvania Avenue. Under the assessment, which provides feedback and procedural instructions to the project developer, plans to convert the structure into a six-unit residence were preliminarily approved.


Wed Sep 10, 2014

Sacramento Bee Newspaper

The Beer Run: Bay Area beers worth a field trip

Sacramento is a booming craft beer town, with more breweries opening, several breweries expanding and plenty of breweries winning prizes. But sometimes it's worth checking out the scene elsewhere to see what's new and exciting and, possibly, what might fit in back here.


Tue Sep 09, 2014


Fil-Ams raise money to repatriate undocumented hero's remains

SAN FRANCISCO Pio Candelaria died as a hero of the Filipino American community in the South of Market District in San Francisco. He was considered a quiet, private man.


San Francisco Chronicle

S.F. cuts deal with downtown property owners on tax district

San Francisco city officials cut a deal Tuesday with downtown property owners who had threatened to sue over a proposed tax district that city officials are counting on to help pay for the $2.6 billion extension of Caltrain into the new Transbay Transit Center at First and Mission streets. Under the agreement, the city will still collect up to $1.4 billion in taxes from property owners around the new transit center for the Caltrain, and possibly high-speed rail, connection.


Slew of inventory to hit market this month

The friendly people at Guild Mortgage Company remind us that September is a big month for the San Francisco construction world. In a nutshell, we're going to have lots of new inventory hitting the market, so it's time to get your ducks in a row now if you're interested in buying a piece of any of these properties.


Sun Sep 07, 2014

CBS Local

Top Chef Says San Francisco Cost Of Living Drives Cooks Away

San Francisco restaurants need cooks. This high-cost city is forcing many to take their culinary talents to Oakland and beyond the Bay Area.



Pilot seeks to fix gnarly SoMA gridlock

San Francisco transit officials have started a pilot program meant to curb driver behaviors at two intersections near Bay Bridge approaches. The Municipal Transportation Agency's SoMa Intersection Gridlock Enforcement Pilot evaluates the best way to change drivers from blocking intersections either on the crosswalk or in the middle of the intersection.


CaHSR Blog

Are Transbay Developers Trying to Defund the Downtown Extension?

Developers who are building towers around the Transbay Transit Center in SoMa are fighting to reduce a special property tax that will be levied on developments in the area. The biggest loser could be the downtown rail extension to bring Caltrain and California high-speed rail into the terminal, as funds for the regional rail hub and other long-term projects would disappear.


Sat Sep 06, 2014


Mayor's 'short term' elevator repairs a long time coming

We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.


Fri Sep 05, 2014

The Bold Italic

Should Pisco Punch Be SF's Official Cocktail?

Pisco is a fairly well-known yellowish brandy most closely associated with Peru and Chile, where it's distilled. But according to Rhys Alvarado in the Examiner , it also has three compelling SF connections.



2nd Transbay Tube needed to help keep BART on track

Commuters crowd S.F.-bound BART trains at MacArthur Station in Oakland. A second Transbay Tube through the heart of Oakland could help riders.


Business Journal

Saison's Mark Bright launches wine-centric SoMa spot, Les Clos

Notable sommelier Mark Bright, of two-Michelin-starred San Francisco spot Saison, is gearing up for the opening of his new project - a wine bar, cafA© and retail shop in SoMa. Notable sommelier Mark Bright , of two-Michelin-starred San Francisco spot Saison, is gearing up for the opening of his new project - a wine bar, cafA© and retail shop in SoMa.



For $15, Zirx will take away all the pain of parking your car in San Francisco

Lyft, Uber, SideCar, and similar ride-sharing services are about making life a little easier for San Franciscans without cars. Now a new crop of companies are working to help folks with cars by handling the parking for them.



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