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Just thinking about how packed to the brim S.F. restaurants will be come Valentine's Day is enough to make our heads explode. And then attempting to land a reservation? Talk about a dining-induced anxiety attack. So, in an effort to preserve our sanity, this year we're proposing an alternate route, and holing up with a hot cup of tea.
No, we're not playing the homebody card, guys — we've rounded up 15 perfect venues to grab some soothing sips for two — from tranquil, zen-like, garden-set establishments to fancy-pants high-tea parlors with luxe views. Whether you're taking your honey on a sun-soaked daytime outing or catching up with an old pal over scones and petit fours, these must-try tea spots are not just tasty, but also have the unique factor going for them, too. The only question, now: To dunk or not to dunk?
Once in a while, everyone needs a good fright, particularly around this time of year. And, while, yes, a genuinely scary movie can do the trick — see: The Shining, Seven, Silence of the Lambs — there's something about knowing it's all going to be over in 90 minutes that seems to assuage our fears. But, a terrifying read
Each year the Treasure Island Music Festival attracts folks from all over California for a weekend of cool acts, food, and shopping. But, we'll be frank — what we really stuck around for was the next-level street style (okay, the garlic fries, too). Here are 20 concertgoers who brought festival fashion to new heights. read