Untapped Web Bites – SF’s delectable dining, Vegans reign the LES, Tour new brewery Tin Roof

Untapped editors serve up some of the week's top links. This week check out delectable dining in the Bay area, vegans taking hold of NY's Lower East Side, and the Beer Buddha's tour of Baton Rouge's new craft brewery Tin Roof.

On Fridays, Untapped will be compiling the best online reads of the week from each of our cities and the most Untapped places across the globe.  

Mission Chinese Food’s tender Smoked Beef Brisket


‘Tis the  week to be vegan! LES’s historic house of worship is opening its doors to an affordable vegan cafe devoted to improving America’s health problems; in addition  the same neighborhood will soon be home to a vegan bodega. [Bowery Boogie]

Aching for old school pinball arcades? Never fear fellow gamers, Jersey holds the cure. [Amusing the Zillion]

The best, most delectable, up-and-coming dishes in the Bay area according to Alan Richman. [GQ]

The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system is incurring the wrath of protesters and hackers alike. [The Bay Citizen]

Renown progressive architect Zaha Hadid is being honored with a retrospective at the  Institut du Monde Arabe, she is behind such constructions as the Nile Tower in Cairo and  the Spiral Tower of the University of Barcelona. [I Heart Paris]


The “Beer Buddha’s” road trip to see new craft brewery Tin Roof; pretty cool if we do say so ourselves. [The Beer Buddha]


Guerrilla  gardening takes Havana by storm amid ensuing economic and social crises. [Inhabitat]


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