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Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

Bay Area Well Represented Among James Beard Award Semi-Finalists

2015′s James Beard Awards semi-finalists were announced today, with a hefty Bay Area representation in the list. Until the nominees are finalized on March 24th, there’s plenty of time to take pride in some of our favorite local eateries. San Francisco naturally tops the list…

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2015 Good Food Award Winners Announced

2015 Good Food Award Winners Announced

Food producers from throughout the United States gathered in San Francisco on Wednesday for the unveiling of 2015′s Good Food Awards. The awards are designed to highlight regional food companies that consider sustainability and social responsibility with their products. This year, 146 awards were given…

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First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

First Bite: Chris Cosentino’s Cockscomb opens in SoMA

Chris Cosentino’s new SoMa eatery, Cockscomb, is now officially alive and kicking. The name is hard to pronounce, the entrance is hidden, the location is hot – this is the baseline for Cosentino’s much anticipated restaurant. Almost simultaneously, Cosentino’s previous venture, Porcellino (a reincarnation of…

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Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Dunkin’ Donuts Announces Plan for New Bay Area Locations

Boston will get a taste of “Kung Fu Panda” action with the recent acquisition of Giants third-base slugger Pablo Sandoval, and now the Bay Area will get a taste of East Coast staple Dunkin’ Donuts after the announcement of more than 200 new locations of…

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Klyde Offers Tasty Union Square Oasis With Wine

Klyde Offers Tasty Union Square Oasis With Wine

Minimalistic and inviting with its monochromatic, French bistro-esque decor, Klyde at Hotel G near Union Square offers a new option for respite for those who make a holiday trudge to San Francisco’s clogged shopping artery this holiday season. A self-proclaimed café and wine bar, Klyde…

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The Soiled Dove Brings Barbary Coast Style Dinner Theater to the Mission

The Soiled Dove Brings Barbary Coast Style Dinner Theater to the Mission

Theatrical dining experience the Soiled Dove is planned for December with a night of Barbary Coast-themed food, drinks and entertainment in the Mission District. Organized by Vau de Vire Society—the creative bunch behind the Edwardian Ball, New Bohemia NYE and various side shows at Outside…

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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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