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Commonwealth – A Worthy Splurge

Commonwealth – A Worthy Splurge July 18, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
“I want to lick this bowl.” “I want to eat this for breakfast every day,” I responded. “This is probably what rich people eat for breakfast every day.” Let it be noted that my friend and I were not actually eating breakfast. It was about 10 p.m. on a Friday night and we had both been staring...

Cheap Eats in San Francisco

Cheap Eats in San Francisco January 25, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
I’m still digging this list of San Francisco’s Best Cheap Eats provided by local mag 7×7. My personal faves from the list include A La Turca for scrumptious pides and kebabs, Balompie Cafe for filling pupusas, Udupi Palace for dosa, Kasa Indian Eatery for a kati roll, Sai Jai Thai for...

Best Restaurants in Union Square

Best Restaurants in Union Square January 20, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Union Square is tourist central and with that comes an excess of lousy, overpriced dining experiences. Follow the golden traveler rule and look two streets over from the Powell Street main drag. You can still hear the cable car ding at all of these spots we’ve crowned the best restaurants in Union...

What’s Old Is New: Retro Dining and Drinking

What’s Old Is New: Retro Dining and Drinking July 16, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
San Francisco has long been a hotbed of culinary innovation and out-of-the-box thinking. But the latest trend to hit the foodie scene isn’t new at all — it’s old. Some of the city’s newest establishments are paying homage to the city’s great and long history as a dining...

The New Fusion

The New Fusion June 22, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
Remember when fusion cuisine was all the rage? Just the mere thought of the culinary mashup of East and West sends us into a nostalgic reverie inflected with dot-com boomtime excess and Clinton administration swagger. And according to Michael Bauer, fusion seems to have died right along with them....

Many Flavors of Mexico in the Mission

Many Flavors of Mexico in the Mission June 3, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
San Franciscans are passionate about their favorite Mexican eateries, and everyone is quick to claim their chosen burrito joint as the best in the city. But by and large the famous San Francisco burrito is not an authentic Mexican food at all, but rather one that evolved in the city’s own vibrant...

Sole food: Culinary tours of San Francisco

Sole food: Culinary tours of San Francisco May 12, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
The City by the Bay is a famously foodie destination, and you could put on a pound or twenty trying to taste its many splendors. So why not burn off a few calories while working up that appetite by taking a culinary walking tour? The grande dame of these tasty tours is Shirley Fong-Torres, founder...

Mission Mexican: Controversy at Every Corner

Mission Mexican: Controversy at Every Corner April 6, 2010 | Food | Read More
Talk to a San Francisco local about the best food in their city and, if they’re not a complete snob, they’ll almost invariably mention the Mission District’s Mexican. Mission Street – especially between 16th and 24th – is chock-full of amazing Mexican eateries. Whether you want sadistically...
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