S.F. Buzz: Techie Bracelets Hit The Market & More

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mainPhoto: Courtesy of Goorin Bros.
As the adage goes, news travels fast. And, in a city as socially connected as S.F., "fast" doesn't even cut it — try lightning speed. That's why we local editors work 'round the clock to keep our eyes on the prize and ears to the ground, to bring forth the buzziest and freshest headlines in and around our city. This week, from two stellar new eateries to a list of S.F.'s biggest gripes, here's everything you need to know.

The next time your urban-challenged friends come to visit, you can save your breath from correcting their every misconception about our beloved city, and kindly slide this roundup their way. Thrillest outlined S.F.’s biggest pet peeves, from calling it Frisco to the whole nobody-rides-cable-cars thing. (Thrillest)

We’re always longing for a Lauren Wolf trinket, and now that she’s collaborated with Of A Kind on a pair of faceted claw earrings, we’re positively howlin'. Take a look at the pair — going for $104 — and be prepared to say, “Hey there, studs” to your screen. (Of A Kind)

If you skipped your grocery run this week, there’s a double dose of openings that will have you throwing off your "Kiss The Cook" apron. The much-anticipated new ICHI Sushi locale has opened its doors for some always welcome omakase. And, if you’ve got beer on the brain this weekend, head to San Leandro for 21 Amendment’s freshly opened brewery. (ICHI, 21st Amendment)

The folks over at Goorin Bros were hats off to some of S.F.’s prominent tastemakers, including our very own Angela Tafoya! The local fascinator company has launched a new collection, dubbed The Last Originals, and we can see how Tafoya styled its fedora from the new line. Trust, it’s top notch. (Goorin Bros)

Psshh, forget techie watches! Glitzy baubles are going digital with smart technology embedded into the pieces. Pioneering the new trend is Cuff, with its Bluetooth bracelets called Cufflincs —har, har! (Racked SF)