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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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The Best French Fries in SF

The Best French Fries in SF

Do you like them crispy and crunchy or thick and steak-cut? Whichever way you prefer them, there’s no mistaking the fact that SFers love their fries. But out of the hundreds and hundreds of eating establishments that feature the item on their menus, which ones…

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Citrus Club – Where noodle lovers unite

Citrus Club – Where noodle lovers unite

The past weekend I took a trip to Miami and the ever popular topic of restaurants in San Francisco emerged. One¬†friend was a former native to San Francisco and asked me if I had been to Citrus Club – the local go-to spot in Haight…

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Redd, Red Wine

Redd, Red Wine

Going up to Napa anytime soon? You’d be a fool to miss out on Redd in scenic Yountville (6480 Washington St). With a can’t-miss shortlist of scrumptious small plates, you’ll get to indulge your senses on several creative reconfigurations of culinary classics…

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Get Full on Soul at Brenda’s

Get Full on Soul at Brenda’s

Lunch time is the right time–and definitely the safest, as well – to make your way over to the best New Orleans-style restaurant in the city, located in one of the seediest sections of San Francisco.

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Who Makes What in the Restaurant Industry

Who Makes What in the Restaurant Industry

This post on Zagat is actually pretty interesting. It breaks down what each major player in a restaurant garners along with some insider info that you may not have even crossed your mind.

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Costco’s Kirkland Taste Test

Costco’s Kirkland Taste Test

Costco’s ubiquitous brand, Kirkland Foods, is definitely a dealsaver, but is it any good? Usually things that are less expensive and come in a 5lb. plastic tub suffers in other areas like actual taste.

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Passover Take-out

Passover Take-out

The Jewish holiday of Passover is coming up next Monday (it begins at sundown) and that means there’s a lot of preparations to do if you’ve been saddled with hosting the family this year. I have 2 words for you: Passover Take-Out.

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Mission Community Market Reopens

Mission Community Market Reopens

The Mission Community Market at Bartlett Street and 22nd Streets – “a weekly, outdoor market that celebrates the Mission District with fresh foods, local businesses and a ‘play street’.” – is back for its 2nd season and this time they’ll be offering even more treats…

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The Life of a Sommelier

The Life of a Sommelier

Rajat Parr has lived a life that many dream of, working with one of the most well-known chefs in the United States, traveling the world and tasting many of the best wines ever produced.

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Opening: Mission Cheese

Opening: Mission Cheese

Get ready, the much-anticipated Mission Cheese is set to open tomorrow, April 13th. Located at 736 Valencia St, the new business will be featuring “American artisan cheese & Cali brewski & wine”. And they’ll be giving out free high fives during opening day. You can’t…

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