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30 Signs That You’re a San Francisco Parent

Are your Oakland friends constantly trying to convert you? Has your child’s birthday party been on a blog? Looks like you’re an SF parent.

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Just Opened: A Fresh-Fast Food Joint Full of Kid Faves

Due for a family day date? Mason Dixie serves up preservative- and hormone-free Southern roadside classics using high quality local ingredients and a splash of Southern hospitality.

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Shake It Up with Portland’s Best (and Weirdest) Milkshakes

Treat yourself to the chillest shakes in town year-round. We’ve got a list of the best places to find everything you could want in this perfect ice cold dessert.

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Just Opened! A Hot New Spot for Pizza Night

Popular mobile pie maker PizzaMoto’s gone brick-and-mortar, and the results are amazing — and delicious!

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Let’s Do Lunch: Sweet Spots for Toddler Dates

Take your favorite toddlers out for a lunch date at one of these six restaurants around Portland.

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6 Kids’ Brunches You May Have Missed

Swap your jammies for some real pants and prepare to take back brunch because we’ve rounded up the coolest, hippest, and kid-friendliest brunch spots this side of motherhood.

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Endless Summer: 4 Ways to Extend Your Fun in the Sun

Who said Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer? With these awesome attractions, you can enjoy the San Diego sun long into the fall.

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Dine Like a Top Chef

Our favorite Top Chef judge and local food god Tom Colicchio is making fine dining a family affair these days.  Perhaps Tom’s inspired by his own sons, 18-month old Mateo, 3-year old Luka and 19-year old Dante. Or maybe he’s…

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Bon Appetit: Where to Enjoy French Cuisine

We’ve already determined that French parents know it all, so naturally, the next step in becoming a faux-Frenchie is to expose your wee ones to all that Seattle has to offer in French cuisine. While visions of your preschooler screaming…

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5 Bagel Shops That Are Worth the Subway Fare

Asking a New Yorker to name their top spot for buying bagels is akin to asking them to identify their favorite baseball team. We’re such devoted fans that when a fave bagel store closes, a collective sense of despair ensues…

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11 Under the Radar Brunch Spots

In a city whose favorite meal is weekend brunch, it’s no wonder there’s an hour and a half wait at tried and true favorites, like the Brenda’s, Outerlands, and Zazies of San Francisco. But these aren’t the only spots in…

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Family Dining at Seattle’s Award-Winning Restaurants

Hip, hip, hooray! Seattle is buzzing with pride for Tom Douglas, who just won the 2012 James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Restaurateur. Tom Douglas and his fantastic restaurants (there are 12 of them!) are household names in Seattle… although…

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Stacks

361 California Dr
Burlingame, CA 94010

This pancake palace is the go-to spot for a weekend brunch in Burlingame. Located just off Burlingame Ave, it’s a quick trip from here to get your weekend shopping done afterwards, or you can…

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Bette's Diner

1807 4th Street
(between Hearst Ave & Virginia St)
Berkeley, CA 94710
This classic diner has been a Berkeley favorite since it opened in 1982. If you haven’t tasted their pancakes, they’re worth the trip! The 50’s ambiance is kid-friendly,…

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Queen Anne’s Family Restaurant: Emmer & Rye

Searching for a good place to eat among the many Seattle kid friendly restaurants? Well, look no further. Emmer & Rye is one of Queen Anne Hill’s finest family dining venues. Moms know how hard it can be to break…

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Blueacre: Kid-friendly Seafood in Seattle

Nothing Fishy About This Place
You have to think that a restaurant where the owners just had twins would welcome kids. Indeed, Blueacre Seafood can accommodate children and large families— in case you’re thinking of weekend brunch for the extended…

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Family Brunch at Tilikum Place Café

Weekend brunch is a great way for a family to experience a restaurant they may not feel comfortable visiting for dinner—the kids are generally in better moods, the crowd is more laid-back. If your little angels are on better behavior…

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Kid-Friendly Dogpatch Dining

Looking for a meal out with the toddler in tow but tired of your usual list of kid-friendly restaurants?  Why not visit a sunny slice of San Francisco and try the vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood?  The area around the intersection of…

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