Don't feel like cooking? Eat out.
Local documentary-makers bring a reverse version of "Supersize Me" to SF DocFest, screening tonight. En Español
A look inside the long-awaited Mexican spinoff from Cafe Gratitude. En Español
It’s official, holiday season is in full swing! The city is teeming with bubbles, baubles, bunnies and elves. Check out the events listing below, as well as SFKids’ copious holiday events flyer and best bets...
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The Mission was bumping last night, what with LitCrawl, So/Ex’s block party and DocFest. Hope you had fun! Today, religion reporter Nina Goodby takes us inside Cafe Gratitude’s workshop on sacred commerce. Meanwhile, Bryan Gibel...
Our religion reporter spent a Saturday learning about Café Gratitude's sacred commerce philosophy.
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Tagged beingness, business, cafe gratitude, community, East Bay Church of Religious Science, east bay express, gracias madre, Landmark Forum, sacred commerce, spirituality, workshop
Cafe Gratitude finds itself. They heard it first in London and more.
Restaurant owners find the Mission District has the right ingredients for cultivating and then expanding innovative restaurants. By MADELEINE BAIR
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Tagged cafe gratitude, delfina, dining, Dosa, el farolito, herbivore, hipster, levende, papalote, raw, restaurants, taqueria, vegan