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Canela Bistro and Bacon Bacon Partner for Special Menu

Canela Bistro and Bacon Bacon Partner for Special Menu

Canela Bistro & Bar, a tapas restaurant in Duboce Triangle, will partner with San Francisco’s celebrated Bacon Bacon food truck for a one-night collaboration at the restaurant this week. Chef Jim Angelus of Bacon Bacon food truck and Canela’s Executive Chef Mat Schuster will offer…

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Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rocks Late Night Pop-up Brings Korean Classics to the Mission

Hog & Rock’s in the Mission is offering a special late night pop-up menu with authentic South Korean food starting this week with Chef Robin Song.

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 15 Years in the Mission With a Quinceanera

Celebrated San Francisco restaurant Foreign Cinema, one of the first eateries of its kind to open in the Mission, celebrates its 15th year anniversary this week with the special event, Quintessentially Quixotic Quinceañera. The party on Thursday promises an evening filled with Latin food (a…

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Cafe du Nord to Reopen with Limited Music, New Menu and Cocktails

Cafe du Nord to Reopen with Limited Music, New Menu and Cocktails

Cafe du Nord will reopen this fall under with a new food and drink menu and limited live entertainment, according to an announcement today.

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La Taqueria Named America’s Best Burrito

La Taqueria Named America’s Best Burrito

La Taqueria, a San Francisco favorite was named America’s Best Burrito by ESPN’s FiveThirtyEight, a blog that uses statistical analysis to tell interesting stories about science, economics, politics and in this case, the best damn burrito out there. The carnita’s burrito won the final round…

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Chef Chris Gerwig Stays Close to the Source at Belcampo Meat Co. on Polk

Chef Chris Gerwig Stays Close to the Source at Belcampo Meat Co. on Polk

Located on a busy corner Polk Street corner on the edge of Russian Hill, Belcampo Meat Co. is the brainchild of Todd Robinson and Anya Fernald, who have pioneered a business model for butchery from their farm at Mount Shasta to several Northern California locations,…

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First Look: Chef Alexander Alioto Brings Plin to the Mission

First Look: Chef Alexander Alioto Brings Plin to the Mission

With the surname Alioto, Chef Alexander was practically fated to enter the restaurant industry. Ask him, and he’ll tell you how from a young age it seemed the only natural profession. The chef recently celebrated the next chapter in an already impressive career with the…

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Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

Highlights and Photos From SF Street Food Festival

The Mission District was filled with thousands of hungry San Franciscans, all gathering in the name of street food at Saturday’s San Francisco Street Food Festival. More than 80 local vendors were at the event, which could be the last Street Food Fest organized by…

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SF Street Food Festival Returns this Weekend

SF Street Food Festival Returns this Weekend

The San Francisco Street Food Festival returns Saturday with more than 80 food and drink vendors for what could be the last year at its current Mission District location.

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Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

When popular Sunset District restaurant Outerlands closed for remodeling at the end of 2013, apprehension turned to skepticism as news broke that Chef Brett Cooper would not return, and the reopening date got delayed. But under Dave Muller and Lana Porcello’s ownership, the restaurant remains…

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SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

SF Bakery Introduces Macaron Inspired By ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’

Anyone who watched the Tony awards just a few weeks ago, probably still remembers Neil Patrick Harris’ performance. Clad in sparkly hot pants and heels, the multi-faceted actor wowed the audience with a live rendition of “Sugar Daddy”, a number from the hit Broadway production…

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7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

7 Tips for Perfect Homemade Ramen From Eat Drink SF

Eat Drink San Francisco hosted a ramen workshop on Sunday, just one of many culinary adventures part of the multi-day celebration of fine cuisine and cocktails.

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