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Thrillist

  1. profiles
    ‘I’ve Always Had This Mentality of Hustle’After years of feeling like an outsider, Nicole A. Taylor is ready to get shit done.
  2. careers
    Bro Down, Professionally, As a Bachelor-Party ReporterGot to get up to bro down. 
  3. Mixology
    How Wacky Can a Bloody Mary Get?Bloody Mary, bloody Mary, bloody Mary.
  4. Lists
    The Best Places To Eat in Chicago Are Settled Now. The End.The best is settled, we’re done.
  5. Funnies
    Not Surprisingly, Penthouse Club Ladies Dislike ShowgirlsAlso, at least one of them is a Scotch drinker.
  6. Taco Town
    ‘Occupy Tujunga’ Seeks to Save Henry’s TacosOr at least, eat some good gringo tacos.
  7. blog-stained wretches
    Gawker’s Richard Blakeley Jumps to Thrillist.comNew media movement.
  8. Openings
    Bar Bocce Softly Opening in Sausalito, Complete With WinesiclesAlso, there will be some nice looking pizzas… and, of course, bocce.
  9. Dish Demo
    How Matt Brimer Makes Those ‘Butter Burgers’ at MaverickFor $17 apiece, these burgers should go fast… and there will only be 17 of them, on 17th Street, at approximately 1700 calories each.
  10. Marketing Gimmicks
    The Big Business of Discount DiningHow much do those Groupon-esque discount sites actually pull in?
  11. Menus
    Zaré at Fly Trap Importing Emu Eggs for Off-Menu, Eight-Person CarbonaraWe don’t wanna *see* that.
  12. Dish Demo
    Behold the Spam Roll at Flying NinjaY’know, it’s Japan by way of Hawai’i.
  13. Where Not to Eat
    Venturing to Forbes Island, That Mini-Lighthouse Restaurant Near the Sea LionsYou don’t really go there for the food, but…
  14. Truckin'
    Dante’s Wins ‘Best of the Best’ Food TrucksDante Gonzalez beats out The Dim Sum and Frysmith with his chicken nuggets and “crack sauce.”
  15. Truckin'
    Thrillist Invites You To Pick Your Favorite Food TruckRather than throw random trucks at its crowd, the city-site has picked a solid five contenders.
  16. gen art
    Gilt Groupe to Invest in Gen Art?A number of fashion-oriented companies may be interested in reviving the defunct arts organization.
  17. Openings
    New SOMA Ethiopian Opens Next WeekThe new Folsom Street eatery debuts June 21.
  18. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Terra Bakery and Café, Now Open in Hayes ValleyCheck out the menu at the eatery at the corner of Hayes and Gough, in the former Essencia space.
  19. Freebies
    Drink for Free in the Fillmore; Eat for Free at Kasa IIA Fillmore bar crawl is being offered by Nirvino, and Thrillist is hosting a promo at Kasa II on Fillmore.
  20. party lines
    Gideon Yago on Freebies: ‘How Does Any Travel Writer Write Anything About Anything Without a F—ing Junket?’The MTV journalist defends fallen ‘Times’ columnist Mike Albo.
  21. junkets
    Thrillist Junket Fallout: Times Freelancer Mike Albo FiredFree Jamaica trip was apparently a big deal even though he was a freelancer.
  22. bloodshed
    Thrillist Jamaica Junket Sends Partiers to HospitalA weekend with the good-time guys was one very bad time, indeed.
  23. Foodievents
    Bacon Doughnuts, Pig Sandwiches, and Alain Ducasse: The NYCWFF So FarRecaps of last night’s action at the New York City Wine & Food Festival.
  24. company town
    Tom Wolfe Still Making Sweeping, Mostly True GeneralizationsThe writer predicts “the end of capitalism,” and may be right; Ariana Huffington talks about her beef with Tim Russert; and a Manhattan lawyer does due diligence with the Other Side, all in our daily rundown of weird, wonderful finance, media, law and real-estate news.
  25. party lines
    Dot-com Kids Party Like It’s 1999One night in late October, hundreds of men and women packed into a posh New York club to imbibe and dance and celebrate the one-year anniversary of scrappy dot-com start-up. Drinks were tossed back freely, as they tend to be when they’re free, and young, hustling entrepreneurs handed out business cards to one another as finance dudes in striped shirts and blazers looked on. Everyone — a youngish crowd of friends, Internet people, and, natch, publicists — seemed rather content to hang out, get drunk, and, like, meet other interesting people. Ah, life in the bubble — another round of tequila shots, pronto! Except, of course, that the bubble long ago burst. This is 2006, not 1999, and the dot-com in question — Thrillist.com, a daily product-listings newsletter for the post–frat boy set (think DailyCandy for dudes) — was doing things a little differently than its deep-pocketed Web 1.0 forebears.