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Cure Your Sunday Sorrows at Ozumo

Cure Your Sunday Sorrows at Ozumo

Sundays are so depressing. The weekend is over and five full days of cubicle time lurk ahead. A few Sundays ago, my hubby and I decided to say screw it to our pre-week blues and commemorate Sunday night instead of mourning it. We headed downtown…

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Urban Tavern: A San Francisco Gastropub

Urban Tavern: A San Francisco Gastropub

If you read about Urban Tavern, you’ll see that it’s often referred to as a gastropub. If you aren’t yet familiar with the term, it’s the combination of gastronomy, meaning the art and science of good eating, and pub, meaning, well, a drinking establishment.

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Cured Meat Therapy?

Cured Meat Therapy?

This has got to be a joke. Faith Willinger wrote about a spa experience in Italy called “salumoterapia” where you inhale the fumes of a plate of cured meat and then drink some champagne. Say what?

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Food Pyramid Replaced by ‘My Plate’

Food Pyramid Replaced by ‘My Plate’

Gone are the days of the food pyramid, which had been our nutritional guideline resource for almost 20 years. Now, the United States Department of Agriculture has unveiled “My Plate,” aimed at being a simpler guide to healthy eating.

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This Little Piggy Went to the Butcher…

This Little Piggy Went to the Butcher…

Some of the top chefs in San Francisco recently gathered to take part in the last leg of a traveling culinary competition across the United States known as Cochon 555.

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Super Duper Slingin’ in FiDi

Super Duper Slingin’ in FiDi

Super Duper Burgers–the popular Castro eatery–open their doors today to a brand-new location in the Financial District (721 Market Street).

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Craving Some Pie?

Craving Some Pie?

Do you ever get that afternoon jonesing for some baked goodness, that craving that just won’t go away unless is it utterly satisfied with some sugary sweetness? Well, your pleas may have just been answered. Introducing the Pie Subscription from Three Babes Bakeshop.

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Bissap Baobab Sold

Bissap Baobab Sold

Well, the rumors were true and popular Mission eatery Bissap Baobab has officially been sold. But all is not lost, owner Marco Senghor is simply consolidating the restaurant with his other businesses, Bollyhood Café and Little Baobab (you may remember it as the original location…

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My Three Favorite Café Offices

My Three Favorite Café Offices

As a freelance writer, the city (or more often my sofa) is my office. As glamorous and fabulous as it sounds, sitting home alone can get well, lonely. In an effort to bust out of my pjs and commune with someone other than Ellen Degeneres,…

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Discovering New Dishes at Dosa

Discovering New Dishes at Dosa

Dosa on Fillmore is offering diners a chance to try out seven new dishes on Tuesday night.

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SF Health Officials Investigate Oysterfest

SF Health Officials Investigate Oysterfest

The San Francisco Department of Pubic Health is looking into several claims of food poisoning at last month’s San Francisco Oysterfest.

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Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

Back and Better Than Ever: Bar Tartine

There are few (if any) things I love more than brunch. It’s the perfect way to decompress and replenish after a night of drinking and dancing. Of all the brunch spots in our beautiful city, my unparalleled favorite is Bar Tartine on Valencia.

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