S.F. Buzz: The Most Iconic Local Sammies, Hot Techies, & More

Congrats, you made it through another week — the last one of March, we might add! But, before you jump into April, why not kick back and relax a bit? We suggest you spend a lazy morning (or, afternoon for you late sleepers!) catching up on the local news. You know what they say: In like a lion, out like a lamb.
Often, when bodegas come up in conversation, we're referring to convenience stores that carry everything from chapstick to ceasar dressing. But, from now on, the mere mention of a bodega will have us instantly daydreaming about Duende's casual cousin, which is the perfect blend of a cafe and wine bar. (SF Weekly)
Complex has rounded up the 40 hottest women in tech. Naturally, the feeling is not mutual. Many of the chosen ones, including Xeni Jardin of Boing Boing, Gina Trapani of Lifehacker, and Jolie O'Dell of VentureBeat, have expressed their disappointment — in the list, not their individual rankings! — via social media. (Daily Mail)
Just because you haven't stepped foot on a sailboat since summer camp doesn't mean you can't dress the prepster part. Head over to the new Gant Rugger shop in Hayes Valley to catch that second wind. (Urban Daddy)
Hungry? Then don't miss this list of S.F.'s most iconic sammies — if you weren't feeling hometown pride before, expect to now become the Bay Area's #1 Fan. (Eater SF)
Speaking of yummy grub, how do some of the best chefs stay thin? Well, S.F.'s own Danny Bowein has kept his svelte figure with a little help from his friends — namely his manager, Allen Yuen. (Food & Wine)

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