For a city with such outstanding seafood credentials, it’s ironic that one of San Francisco’s best-known foods is a sourdough bread bowl filled with gloppy clam chowder. The dish—a symbol of handy ingenuity for tourists, an object for contempt for locals—has been a Bay Area mainstay since it gained traction around Fisherman’s Wharf in the early 1990s.
A Bay Area Rapid Transit worker will be recognized for his quick action to pull a man who had fallen onto the trackway back onto the station platform as a train was about to hit him.
The incident happened at about 5:20 p.m. Sunday at the Coliseum station. BART Transportation Supervisor John O’Connor was working at the station to help with crowd control following the Raiders game.
The city of San Francisco, California has decided to ban words that suggest it has a crime problem.
The ISIS terrorist organization is threatening to launch new attacks in San Francisco, New York, and London, according to new warning messages posted on the group’s social media channels. The messages, carried across the internet via the Telegram networking website, feature the three cities and call for adherents of the terror group’s radical ideology to “kill them all,” according to copies of the warnings obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute, or MEMRI, a group that monitors jihadi networks.
San Francisco’s offbeat, artistic, and underground appeal is all here
Among the thousand or so bars within SF’s city limits are some of the top cocktail establishments in the country. Here we bring you SFist’s updated list of the best destinations for high-end imbibing.
Enjoy excellent creations from bar manager JP in this modern and spacious venue just south of Market. Can’t-miss options include the Down & Derby for whiskey lovers, or the Eye of the Whale for those looking for a clear base spirit. Don’t forget to order a snack from Michelin-starred chef Mourad Lahlou (formerly of Aziza). Continue at Source: The 34 Best Cocktail Bars In SF