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HRD Coffee Shop

HRD Coffee Shop

SF has a soft spot in its heart for hole-in-the-wall Asian restaurants or snack shops. John’s Snack & Deli is a popular shop in the FiDi, made famous by its kimchee burrito. I am a bit ashamed to admit that I have not tried John’s Snack…

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The Hidden Story Behind Food Trucks

The Hidden Story Behind Food Trucks

The food truck phenomenon has been widespread, hitting most major cities across the United States by storm. Many have developed regulations for the industry, noting the growing nature of the beast. But have you ever wondered about the back story of these foodie havens?

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Local Farmer Wins Environmental Award

Local Farmer Wins Environmental Award

The National Resources Defense Council has announced the 2011 winners of its annual sustainable food and agriculture awards and it includes a local grower from Santa Cruz.

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Atelier Crenn – Nature and Creativity on a Plate

Atelier Crenn – Nature and Creativity on a Plate

Walking down Fillmore St, you could easily miss the nondescript space occupied by newcomer Atelier Crenn, from Michelin star chef Dominique Crenn. Natural-colored curtains keep the dining area hidden, providing patrons a bit of privacy and tempting outsiders with subtle mystery.

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Bar Tartine Closed This Week

Bar Tartine Closed This Week

As reported on its website, Bar Tartine will be closed this week until brunch service on Saturday, April 30.

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Happy Birthday RN74!

Happy Birthday RN74!

Today wine bar and American/French restaurant RN74 (301 Mission St. bet Fremont and Beale Streets) turns two today. But instead of a bouncy house and face painters, they are offering guests wine!

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Welcome to Your New Server- the iPad

Welcome to Your New Server- the iPad

Everyone has had a bad dining experience based on the service they received at a restaurant. It could be a lack of attention, getting the wrong dish or just not being friendly. But that could all be changing thanks to a Bay Area company.

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Namu and Chef Lee – Way more than Asian Fusion

Namu and Chef Lee – Way more than Asian Fusion

Most San Francisco locals have heard about Namu, the small, hip Asian-fusion restaurant opened by the Lee brothers, who have inspired a fan club with their Korean bulgogi seaweed tacos — only Chef Dennis Lee does not stop with tacos.

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Food Trucks to Hit Larkspur Ferry Terminal

Food Trucks to Hit Larkspur Ferry Terminal

The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District has approved a pilot program to host several mobile food trucks at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal starting next month.

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Smitten Ice Cream Opens in Hayes Valley

Smitten Ice Cream Opens in Hayes Valley

After several delays, San Francisco’s burgeoning ice cream scene has a new, fresh face with the opening of Smitten Ice Cream, the first business to open at the Hayes Valley Proxy Project.

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The Return of Chicken John and the NIMBYs

The Return of Chicken John and the NIMBYs

Rabble-rouser Chicken John is at it again and this time non-profit La Cocina is caught in his crosshairs. The organization, based on Folsom Street in the Mission, serves as an incubator for mom-and-pop food start-ups. And now they want to open a food trailer in…

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Two for Twenty at Tai Chi

Two for Twenty at Tai Chi

The dinner special for two is a highlight at Tai Chi (2031 Polk Street). For merely $14 a head, you and a friend–or date–can enjoy a cornucopia of Chinese flavors guaranteed to satisfy even the fiercest of munchies.

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