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GrubHub

GrubHub

Growing up, we didn’t order in food very much unless it was a birthday and we had pizza delivered. Even in college, I don’t recall having anything delivered sans pizza. But somehow, living in San Francisco, I find myself choosing delivery more often than ever….

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First Bites: Txoko Opens in North Beach

First Bites: Txoko Opens in North Beach

Ryan Maxey and Ian Begg, the gentlemen behind the popular North Beach lunch spot Naked Lunch, have expanded next door with this week’s opening of the Basque-inspired dinner spot Txoko (pronounced choke-oh).

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Mission Chinese Food Closes

Mission Chinese Food Closes

Not for good. But the staff from the ever-popular diner is taking an early summer vacation, as the restaurant will be closed until approximately June 23.

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New Guidelines Issued for Fish in SF Bay

New Guidelines Issued for Fish in SF Bay

For the first time in more than 15 years, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment has modified its health advisory and safe eating guidelines for fish and shellfish caught from San Francisco Bay.

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Bocce Café

Bocce Café

In SF, it’s fairly unusual to find a restaurant in which you don’t have to carefully maneuver between tables when you walk by. Space is a luxury in our 49-square mile city, and this has translated into restaurants that are generally small and compressed. So…

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Five Edible and Incredible SF Bites

Five Edible and Incredible SF Bites

We live in a city that’s exploding with kick-butt eats. As a die hard devotee to San Francisco and all of its edible treats, I thought there’s no better way to kick-off a three day weekend than with a round-up of five of my fave…

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I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I Remember the First Time I Ever…

I can still vividly recall my first taste of the Dungeness Crab Cellophane Noodles at Slanted Door (1 Ferry Building # 3). It’s not surprising, as this perfect blend of light ocean flavor and pleasingly chewy textures is truly difficult to forget.

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If STYX Opened a Sushi Restaurant…

If STYX Opened a Sushi Restaurant…

One of my friend David’s classic jokes goes something like this: “the best sushi places are Domo, Arigato, and Mister Roboto.” I don’t know about the last two, but I can safely say that Domo Sushi in Hayes Valley is one of my favorite raw…

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Want to be a Professional Chef?

Want to be a Professional Chef?

Well, think again. Vegansaurus.com‘s Laura Beck just posted a hilarious list of very good reasons why you should NOT attempt to become a chef. So put down that knife and kiss those culinary dreams goodbye.

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The Pizza Hacker: Bringing a Different Attitude to Street Food

The Pizza Hacker: Bringing a Different Attitude to Street Food

He brings his tricked out Weber Grill to different venues, making pizzas for his hungry and adoring fans. He doesn’t have a food truck and doesn’t really ever aspire to have one.

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The Delicacy of Charcuterie

The Delicacy of Charcuterie

Charcuterie is a culinary artform with a longstanding tradition dating back to Roman times. Today this rediscovered craze featuring artisanal assortments of sliced meats can be found at some of the finest restaurants throughout the city.

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Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

Three Other Delicious Bites of Burma

I love Indian food and I adore Thai food. Clearly, it’s no surprise that Burmese food (bring kinda like a blend of Bombay and Bangkok) is one of my all-time favorite ethnic eats.

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