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189. San Francisco’s 142nd Annual Italian Heritage Parade

October 7, 2010
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Wow! It’s gong to be a real busy weekend in the city. In case you’re looking for more fun on Sunday or just down around the North Beach area checking out Fleet Week, you might want to take part in the Nation’s Oldest Italian Heritage Parade. The Italian Heritage Parade October 10th starting at 12:30 [...]

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122. Take a Walking Tour of North Beach By Night

August 1, 2010
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You missed it already tonight, but you can do this walking tour tomorrow night or most any Sunday or Monday night at 7pm. North Beach By Night. From San Francisco City Guides: It’s where food, culture, colorful history, and unexpected views all intersect in an erstwhile Italian ‘urban village’ that was also cradle to San [...]

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117. The Cotton Club Party at Enrico’s

July 27, 2010
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If it’s been a while since you broke out your best Roaring 20′s garb and shaked a leg, then get ready. This Saturday, July 31st, Enrico’s in North Beach is having a Cotton Club Party featuring a whole lot of costumes and Ragtime Music. More from the event calender: On July 31st, Enrico’s is planning [...]

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114. The All Shook Down Music Festival in North Beach

July 24, 2010
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It’s going on tomorrow, Sunday July 25th from Noon to Midnight. An international showcase of local, national, and international music. Couple that with the beauty that is North Beach and you’re guaranteed a great time. Let’s just hope for some sunshine More from the All Shook Down Music Festival page: SF Weekly and Scion are [...]

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80. Have a Drink at Vesuvio in North Beach

June 20, 2010
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Check this historic and funky bar out next time you’re looking for something interesting to do in the city. Right about where Chinatown and North Beach meet on Columbus in the city is where you you can glimpse into the Beatnik past of San Francisco. The notable stain glass, wrap around second floor, and proximity [...]

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72. Check Out The North Beach Farmers’ Market

June 12, 2010
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A Farmers’ Market in San Francisco seems to be a hit no matter where they happen, but especially when where they are happening is a happening spot to begin with. Today will be the grand opening day for The North Beach Farmers’ Market brought to you by the good people at Urban Table. A rural [...]

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28. Noodle Fest 2010 from Chinatown to North Beach

April 29, 2010
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Oodles and oodles of tastes for everyone! Where are the noodles better, Chinatown or North Beach? Well, why choose when you can have the best of both this Sunday at Noodle Fest 2010. Sample from over 30 different restaurants as you walk this street fair on Grant Ave. More details and ticket information at the [...]

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10. Enjoy Caffe Trieste in North Beach

April 11, 2010
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Rainy day alert. Yes, our sunny spring stretch was interrupted today by another downpour. On the bright side we all know that it’s going to clear up in no time. The on again, off again downpours makes you wonder if San Francisco had not broke off after the “Big One” and were now floating as [...]

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3. Sunday Brunch (or any day for that matter)

April 4, 2010
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You’ve seen the lines. Maybe you’ve braved the lines. You know it well, that lazy – that haggard – that gathering of a fun loving Sunday brunch in San Francisco. Maybe it should not be somewhat of a phenomenon that their are a few places in the city that people line up for every Sunday [...]

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