Open last week, the new grocery store will offer a mix of organic produce, sandwiches, and coffee.
A new Asian fusion and dim sum spot has opened its doors in the neighborhood. Read on for more details.
More than 3,800 data breaches have occurred in the U.S., according to a new study.
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New sidewalks and traffic signals are the order of the day.
Papi Rico had just reopened in May after a 5-month hiatus.
Whether it's classic American ribs or Chinese-style pork, San Francisco has some outstanding eateries to satisfy your 'cue craving.
In this all-FiDi edition of SF Eats, two eateries debut, and one says goodbye.
"Giant" cupcakes are now being served in Jack London Square.
In one incident, a woman caught up with the woman who stole her phone, only to be pepper-sprayed.
Sports fans heading to Oracle Park and Chase Center now have three less gameday restaurant options.
Summer is here for one more weekend, and Hoodline has a lineup of top events to help you get out and enjoy it.
The team behind the UNDSCVRD night markets recruited dozens of volunteers to build the new half-court.
As Flying Falafel undergoes a lengthy approval process, a vintage clothing shop has popped up in its future space.
Plus, a new lunch option for the Civic Center crowd.
Closed this month for a seismic retrofit, the recently-designated legacy business has signaled its intent to reopen elsewhere.
Need a budget-friendly new spot? Here's what low-end rentals in the Western Addition look like these days.
Here’s what you can do in San Francisco this weekend.
“We don’t need another severe or fatal crash to tell us that drastic changes are needed in the Tenderloin,” said a pedestrian advocate.
On the anniversary of 9/11, Chinatown remembers the heroine who first alerted the nation to the plane hijackings.
The median rent for a one-bedroom in SF is about $3,600. Here's what you can get for a little less.
With the closure, there are now eight vacancies on a single block of Market Street.
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Dancing, drag queens and fabulous costumes filled the streets of Oakland this weekend for the 10th annual Pride parade and festival.
The weeklong public programming aims to to explore the challenges and potential solutions for the future of the city's transit infrastructure.
In one incident, a woman woke up to find her front room window open and laptops, jewelry, and cash were missing.
See highlights from this week's Board of Supervisors agenda, and learn how you can weigh in.
Another pedestrian also suffered non-life threatening injuries in a second crash in SoMa this weekend.
An early morning argument sent a 39-year-old man to the hospital with two stab wounds, among other notable crime reports.
Looking to try some new spots for coffee and a quick bite in San Francisco? You're in luck: we've found the freshest businesses to fill the bill.
An "Avengers"-style squad of SF graffiti artists have joined forces to liven up the exterior of a building destroyed by a massive fire last March.
It's all about Oakland Pride this weekend, but we've found other top events too.
Got $2,500 to spend on rent? One of these apartments might be your new home.
A new all plant-based restaurant to debut soon in Cow Hollow, a French bistro closes in Noe Valley, and a fast-casual Portuguese eatery shutters in the Mission.
A new Turkish breakfast and brunch spot serving boreks, shakshouka, Turkish bagels, and more, is now open in Nob Hill
Armour is currently working to reconstruct the original look of the corner space's facade. He hopes to move his office there in December.
The remaining 76 will be installed over the next few months in Lower Nob Hill, SoMa, and the Excelsior.
Housing costs too high? Apartment hunting can be hard, but there are deals to be had. So what does the low-end rental price in Lower Nob Hill look like these days?
A new deli and imported food spot has opened its doors in the neighborhood. Read on for more details.
Even as fall looms, there's still an opportunity to soak up the last drops of summer fun in SF.
Plus, Jack London Square is getting a street-food festival later this month.