Order Directly from the Restaurants and Save 15%

Hyperflyer makes it easy for you to order takeout or delivery directly from the restaurants. Order now and save 15% service fee charged by 3rd party delivery apps!

Order Directly from the Restaurants and Save 15%

Hyperflyer makes it easy for you to order takeout or delivery directly from the restaurants. Order now and save 15% service fee charged by 3rd party delivery apps!

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Local eats with stories worth chewing on: our blog showcases the unique stories of local restaurants – the history, the culture and the people. 

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Hyperflyer’s mission is to strengthen communities by empowering local businesses with the technology to better understand, be understood by, and engage with their customers. We want every local business to have the opportunity to build a digitally-minded infrastructure, showcase uniqueness, and connect with customers on a deeper level. 

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A Family Affair: Town’s End Climbs Back in Embarcadero

When you’ve faced natural disasters, competition from an MLB team, and now a global pandemic, dedication and perseverance become innate traits. At least for the Sperber family, who continue to show why Town’s End Restaurant & Bakery is a Bay Area staple.

Meet Betsy Floyd

Each week, we’re spotlighting the story of one of our writers who spends time telling the tales of others. This week, we’re happy to introduce you to Betsy Floyd. Hometown / Current Residence Tacoma, WA / Los Angeles, CA When did you know that you wanted to be a writer? Were there any early experiences

Of Flowers and Food: Persian Restaurant Lavash Is a Creation of Love

Saeed Talai started his entrepreneurial career selling flowers out of a bucket. Several decades later, the “Mayor of Irving Street” operates a number of businesses in San Francisco’s Sunset District. But step inside Persian restaurant Lavash and you’ll see that Saeed’s floral roots have never left him!

Cafe Bastille: Un Plaisir

Cafe Bastille opened in the fall of 1990 as one of the first French restaurants of its kind to make a splash in San Francisco. When its owner, Olivier Azancot, first arrived in the city, he liked it so much that he decided to stay. He had come from France after finishing culinary school, with the intention of settling down in Australia…

The Richmond’s Reflections: Prepping for a New Day

John Owyang and wife Thu-Ha, co-owners of The Richmond, have offered a revolutionary dining experience for the last 16 years. As a San Fran native, Owyang’s no stranger to economic roller coasters. From the 2002 dot-com boom to the ‘08 recession and now the pandemic, The Richmond’s still standing strong.

Zazie: Building a Legacy by Putting employees First

When Megan Cornelius celebrated becoming part owner of Zazie – a foundational legacy-status establishment in Cole Valley and her restaurant home for over a decade – it was January and the catastrophic effects of the COVID19 crisis could not even be imagined…

Ericka Xanthe’s Custom Cakes Are Made with Layers of Love

All photos by Ericka Xanthe Paris is no stranger to love stories. Among the symphony of baguette crust crackling, the burble of street side cafes, and the proximity of art and history, dreams and desires emerge and manifest. But Ericka Xanthe’s recent visit to France was less a discovery of love than a reminder of

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