Q&A With Pete Sittnick Of San Francisco’s Epic Steak & Waterbar Restaurants

  When you dine at Epic Steak or Waterbar, one of the first people you’re likely to meet is Pete Sittnick. Clearly among the hardest working people in the San Francisco restaurant industry, Pete faced the greatest challenge of his career with the coronavirus pandemic. Along with acclaimed executive chef Parke Ulrich, Pete had to […]

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Five Colorful Destinations To Visit In California

Colorful artwork outside a boutique store in Haight Ashbury San Francisco

If you’re planning for a long overdue vacation, shouldn’t California be on your radar? After all, the Golden State offers a spectrum of places, from charming whistle stops to prismatic municipalities. While the choice is yours, why not consider visit a picturesque spot where no filter is required? The following are just five of the […]

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Marin Suites Hotel: An Affordable Option To Expensive San Francisco Bay Area Hotels

Entrance to Marin Suites Hotel

Among the most frequent complaints from visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area are expensive hotels and expensive hotel parking. And with pent up demand to travel this spring and summer, it won’t be unusual to find hotel rates well exceeding $200 a night plus parking. Fortunately, there are more affordable options like Marin Suites […]

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Hotel Los Gatos: A Leading Choice For Business & Leisure Travelers To Silicon Valley

Main entrance to Hotel Los Gatos

Graced with architecture reminiscent of a Tuscan villa, Hotel Los Gatos is easily one of the most beautiful hotels in the San Francisco Bay Area. Praised for its first-class hospitality, accommodations and dining, it’s also a leading choice for visitors to Silicon Valley. Learn why Hotel Los Gatos is an exceptional option for both the […]

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Delectable Nachos/Guacamole Recipes For Super Bowl Sunday From Save Mart Corporate Executive Chef Kevin Cabrera

Baked Tray Nachos

With Super Bowl Sunday just days away, are you planning to cook something special for your family? If so, you might want to check out these two recipes from the talented corporate executive chef of Save Mart Companies, Kevin Cabrera!       About Chef Kevin Cabrera Chef Kevin Cabrera is an accomplished chef and […]

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Five National Monuments In And Around The San Francisco Bay Area

California Redwood Forest

      Of America’s 73 national monuments, 11 are located in California. In the San Francisco Bay Area, there are just three national monuments. But what may seem as a surprise, Alcatraz Island isn’t part of these select few. Nevertheless, where are these fascinating Bay Area spots that were deemed national monuments by presidential […]

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Hotels Are Re-Opening: What Will Be Different This Summer

      As hotels across California begin to reopen, travelers will see important changes during their stay. Three months after lodging operators were forced to close, all forms of lodging will be able to resume business activities. But what can travelers expect when they arrive at their hotel? Take a look at some of […]

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Cinco de Mayo San Francisco: Five Top Mexican Restaurants for Takeout and/or Delivery

Delicious Taco

Cinco de Mayo is fast approaching and in previous years, it was a very festive time, not only in San Francisco but across the entire country. But this year is completely different, with shelter-in-place orders, social distancing and restaurants restricted to just take out or home delivery orders. While large-scale gatherings and parties will be […]

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San Francisco Restaurants Available For No Contact Food Delivery and/or Curbside Pickup

With San Francisco restaurants struggling to stay in business due to the coronavirus, many are ramping up efforts to provide “no contact” food delivery and curbside pickups. While there remains a concern to maintain social distancing and the need to shelter in place, virtually every community small business and their employees need your support. The […]

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Five Ways You Can Support Local Businesses During The Coronavirus Pandemic

An empty restaurant with no customers

All across the country, local businesses are being forced into making difficult decisions as a result of the ongoing coronavirus situation. Do I lay off some of my most loyal employees or do I close my business altogether? Do I declare bankruptcy or try to hang on? With situations like this happening not just in […]

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