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Some Like it Hot

Some Like it Hot

And by ‘hot’, I mean spicy of course. Starting today Dosa Fillmore is introducing a new secret chile pepper menu for BlackboardEats subscribers. Apparently though, nothing on the menu is super hot, and most of the dishes can be adjusted to taste. So enjoy.

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Wild Boar Anyone?

Wild Boar Anyone?

Chef Thomas McNaughton of (flour + water) is known for his love of sustainable agriculture, local farms and whole animal butchery, and he’ll be bringing all these elements together for the Wild Boar dinner series starting this Friday July 1.

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Blogger Jailed for Bad Review

Blogger Jailed for Bad Review

Sigh, the life of a food blogger or critic is tough sometimes. And never was that more evident than the recent case of a Taiwanese blogger who was jailed for giving a restaurant a bad review.

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No Surprises: Bi-Rite Ice Cream Best in the West

No Surprises: Bi-Rite Ice Cream Best in the West

Everybody in San Francisco is already well aware that Bi-Rite Creamery’s (3692 18th St) Salted Caramel ice cream is the embodiment of perfection. After all, this famous flavor’s been making local lists for years now. So it’s more than a little validating to see the…

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Quince

Quince

When the time came for me to start planning my boyfriend Adam’s birthday dinner—which was last week—I knew where I wanted to take him: Quince. I knew that Chef Michael Tusk had received the 2011 James Beard Award for Best Chef—Pacific so it seemed like…

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Mayor Lee Calls For Soda-Free Summer

Mayor Lee Calls For Soda-Free Summer

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has launched the fifth year of the soda-free summer campaign in the city, asking residents to rethink their drink choices.

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Special Pride Pizzeria Delfina T-shirts

Special Pride Pizzeria Delfina T-shirts

The Dyke March takes over Dolores Park on Saturday and then snakes its way through the Mission and up into the Castro. And the gourmet ghetto of 18th Street (bet Dolores & Valencia) is smack in the middle of it all. To support the march,…

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Lers Ros Thai Coming to Hayes Street

Lers Ros Thai Coming to Hayes Street

Just when I thought I couldn’t love Hayes Street any more, I was proved wrong. I lunched at the Grove a few days ago and walked past a restaurant under construction. After peering a bit closer, I saw signs that said, “Lers Ros Thai, coming soon!”

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More Ice Cream News

More Ice Cream News

We took a look at some of the best spots to grab a scoop or two of ice cream in San Francisco this summer. But one popular spot not mentioned is Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous in the Dogpatch.

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Ice Cream Pride

Ice Cream Pride

Gay Pride kicks off this weekend (Friday – Sunday) and in honor of the festivities, the Haight’s Three Twins Ice Cream (254 Fillmore bet. Haight and Waller) is offering an array of special flavors just for the occasion.

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Deep-Fried Dish Goes Viral

Deep-Fried Dish Goes Viral

It was seemingly a simple news story on Good Morning America earlier this week about summer carnivals and fairs and some of the food you might find there. But it has turned a certain deep-fried dish into a trending topic: Deep-Fried Kool-Aid.

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Fresh & Easy opens in The Richmond

Fresh & Easy opens in The Richmond

After months of waiting, UK chain Fresh & Easy has finally opened up its first SF branch in the Richmond district (32nd Avenue and Clement). The store specializes in fresh, prepared food items and affordable, quality produce. As their coupons state, “wholesome food, not whole…

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