The new year is all about spankin'-new starts, right? So, we figured there is no better time than the present to kick off our cool, new end-of-week roundup. Every Saturday, you’ll find the buzziest headlines in the Bay from the past five days, all packaged up and ready to roll. How's that for a weekend conversation starter? Enjoy!
We’re jumping for Joie over here! Feminine-chic clothing brand Joie is making a move to San Francisco’s Fillmore Street — right next to Steven Alan. It plans to open up shop soon, so get those wallets ready. (WWD)
Ramen fans, rejoice! The much-anticipated Oakland resto Ramen Shop (from Chez Panisse alum Guy Sam White) is now open for business. Time to get your butt across the bridge and indulge your appetite at this sure-to-be hotspot. Slurp! (Eater SF)
Ever wonder what a trip on the private Google or Facebook bus is like? Well, NYMag's Kevin Roose went undercover and explored the somewhat conventional attributes of commuting with Silicon Valley’s tech troop. (NYMag)
Just when you thought your hood was the most happening spot around — Curbed S.F. names the official neighborhood of the year. Drumroll…give it up for Lower Haight. (Curbed SF)
Is “Broga” a thing now? Apparently so! S.F. yoga studios are now tailoring classes specifically for dudes. Rock and roll music? Check. Hot female instructor? Check. May this possibly be the next new fitness fad? We'll let you decide. (HuffPo SF)