Apr 06, 2021
San Jose

San Jose Earthquakes' stadium becomes PayPal Park, where contactless payments will reign supreme

The San Jose Earthquakes' soccer stadium will now be known as PayPal Park under a sponsorship deal that will also bring new contactless payments and a reserved section for underserved community members to the Major League Soccer team’s home. Read More

Apr 05, 2021
San Francisco Mission

The Lone Palm cocktail bar has lost it lone palm

The 30-year-old palm tree that served as the namesake for the Mission’s Lone Palm bar has met its demise, but a new palm tree is apparently in the works. Read More

Apr 05, 2021
San Francisco Cow Hollow Mission Russian Hill Tenderloin

News from the Bay 'hoods: Liholiho Yacht Club relocates, Cow Hollow gets a dispensary, and more

Liholiho is temporarily moving the Dear Inga space on 18th Street, a new Japanese fine dining spot from a former Californios chef is taking the La Folie space in Russian Hill, and Oakland is getting a new ghost kitchen food hall. Read More

Apr 05, 2021
San Francisco

Local cannabis chef Victor Aguilera to appear on Food Network's 'Chopped 420'

The Food Network’s TV show "Chopped" is debuting a spinoff this month "Chopped 420" on Discovery+, and you guessed it, it’s a cooking competition where chef contestants must use THC in their dishes. Featured in one of the episodes is San Francisco's own Victor Aguilera of Arepas en Bici. Read More

Apr 05, 2021
San Francisco Presidio

Presidio Trust closes parts of popular trails to dog walking as coyote pupping season begins

Spring is in full force — which means coyote pupping season is here. And to thwart unwanted squabbles with domestic canines, large sections of the Presidio’s Park Trail and the Bay Area Ridge Trail will be off-limits to dog walking starting Monday, April 5. Read More

Apr 02, 2021
San Francisco Financial District

San Francisco's Tadich Grill is reopening Monday, April 5

It's Martini Time again at Tadich Grill this Monday, as the historic steak and seafood outlet reopens after being fully closed the last seven months. Read More

Apr 02, 2021
San Jose

New Willow Glen bakery serves up homemade pie with a side of good works

San Jose’s Willow Glen neighborhood has a new sweet spot: Homemade pie outfit The Giving Pies, which donates a portion of proceeds to help the community, has opened a brand-new shop. Read More