Pop Gourmet Food Festival at J Pop Summit 2014

Pop Gourmet Food Festival at J Pop Summit 2014


July 19 (Sat) & July 20 (Sun), 11am-6pm
on Post & Webster at Fillmore Street

POP GOURMET is a food festival that serves up a mix of Japanese delicacies and gourmet foods from San Francisco. Come enjoy popular local food trucks, exclusive sake tasting by select sake makers and distributors, a wide range of Japanese beverages, and Ramen…

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Tomorrow and Sunday in Japantown: J POP Summit Festival

Tomorrow and Sunday in Japantown: J POP Summit Festival


- Main Menu -HomeNewsScheduleEvents- May’n Live @ Slim’s- Japan Film Festival of SF- J-POP LIVE at UNION SQUARE- KAWAii!! Events in SF- BABY, THE STARS SHINE BRIGHT FASHION CONTEST- 1000 Treasure Hunters 2014- Autograph Session by KEI- ‘Odottemita’ Dance Contest- J-POP IDOL 2014- COSPLAY MASQARADE- Pocky Eating…

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A Cannoli and Coffee Moment

A Cannoli and Coffee Moment

A Cannoli and Coffee Moment

North Beach cannoli and coffee go so well together that I am glad I live in the Mission District.

But if you are sharing a cannoli with a good friend, do you know the proper way to cut a cannoli in half so that you don’t crush the delicate pastry? One of our customers will demonstrate in this video, and below that is a tried and true recipe for delicious iced coffee,…

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What the Hills Y’all: Adventures of a Texas Girl living in San Francisco

What the Hills Y’all: Adventures of a Texas Girl living in San Francisco

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What the Hills Y’all: Adventures of a Texas girl living in San Francisco

Have you ever been on a food tour? I’ve never been on one, but since I live in San Francisco in a mecca of food comas, I thought it would be great to take my mom and sister on one while they were in town.san-francisco-food-tourI’ve always been somewhat of a…

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Lard Becomes Fashionable Again

Lard Becomes Fashionable Again


Why Fat is Back on the Menu Lard is being smeared on sourdough, draped over scallops and boiled up for triple-cooked chips – and it might even be good for us. Are you a fan of pig fat?

Lardo di colonnata

Lardo di colonnata, the fanciest of fats. Photograph: Alamy

You’ve got to love food fashion. Just an arrhythmic heartbeat ago, or so it seems, lard was the artery-clogging work of the devil. These…

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BYOB Summer Brunch Pop-Up

BYOB Summer Brunch Pop-Up



We know you love brunch (who doesn’t?), so we wanted to let you know about one of the coolest brunches in town: Ante Meridian, a pop-up brunch by star chef Anthony Yang (formerly of Per Se and Michael Mina).

In a converted mansion called Naked Kitchen, Chef Yang prepares Instagram-worthy, multi-course meals that taste even better…

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Clarion Alley Mural Project VS Tour Guides (Including Explore SF?)

Clarion Alley Mural Project VS Tour Guides (Including Explore SF?)

As Tourism Rises, So Do Mural Turf Clashes

Sign posted on Clarion Alley.

Sign posted on Clarion Alley.


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The Mission’s status as a global tourism destination has never been more acutely felt—walking down any of the Mission’s increasingly famous mural alleys, French, Japanese, German, Korean, Swedish and the ubiquitous snap of cameras can all be heard. As the number…

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