S.F. Buzz: Yelp's Heat Map, New Decor Haven In Oakland & More

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Still nursing that Fourth of July hangover? Well, we may not have the remedy to make that pounding headache go away, but these buzzy news bites just might ease the pain. Because sure, it may have a been a short week, but it certainly wasn't a snooze. We’ve got all the must-read happenings below — so, pop a coconut water and read away!
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Yelp has a released a heat map of S.F., featuring areas in the city where words like “hipster” and “bacon” are heavily used in reviews. Pretty interesting stuff! (Slate)
On the hunt for more home décor shopping spots? SF Girl By Bay has unearthed a gem in Oakland, aptly titled Lost & Found. (SF Girl By Bay)
In case you’ve been living under a rock, you’re well aware that our city is sittin' pretty at the top of Travel & Leisure’s snobbiest city list. Yikes. But, come on now, can you even feign the surprise? (Travel & Leisure)
Coffee fiends, make room for yet another high-end java joint! Former Coffee Bar employees have opened up a spankin’-new spot in FiDi dubbed Counter Culture. Watch out, Four Barrel! (Eater SF)
Okay, so everyone is chattering about S.F. being the snobbiest city in the U.S., but The Bold Italic has delved a bit deeper and discovered that there are actual subcategories of said S.F. snobs — from the organic snob to the tech snob. We're laughing all the way to...umm, Snobville? (The Bold Italic)
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Photo: Via SF Girl By Bay
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