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Gimme Coffee Now

Gimme Coffee Now

Okay, honestly, this seems a bit pointless to me because in SF you can usually go 20 feet and find a cafe that slings pretty decent coffee but for all you crazy coffee nerds – here you go. Called San Francisco’s Best Coffee, there is…

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Off the Grid Back in Business

Off the Grid Back in Business

Following a much deserved vacation for the holidays, the roaming mobile food extravaganza Off the Grid starts back up this Friday.

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Goodbye: Sweet

Goodbye: Sweet

No, that’s not the first line from a cheesy poem. We’re talking about Sweet – the charming little dessert place on Church near Crepevine that sold cupcakes and towering, beautifully decorated layer cakes – that has just closed its retail operations. Whenever I passed by…

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Changes Coming to Fast Food Chains

Changes Coming to Fast Food Chains

Cheeseburger and fries are just a starting point for fast food restaurants as they update their menus in an attempt to satisfy the needs of their customers. 2011 will mark a year of more grease, more variety and slightly higher prices as well. And breakfast…

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Nombe Closes (temporarily)

Nombe Closes (temporarily)

Eater SF reports that Mission izakaya Nombe has closed its doors until January 14th while new chef Vincent Shofield settles in and adds his new updates.

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Pizzeria Delfina’s Secret Menu Options

Pizzeria Delfina’s Secret Menu Options

Kat and Danny over at Hidden Menu recently posted a slew of secret menu options at both locations (the Mission and Pac Heights) of always popular Pizzeria Delfina. Items include a kids’ pasta and The Purgatorio. Score.

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Biggest Yelp User Complaints

Biggest Yelp User Complaints

User-driven review site Yelp can – like it or not – make or break a new business. While most posts are well-thought out, balanced reviews, there are others that are driven simply by the user’s whim (I had a bad day and therefore I hate…

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NYE Dining

NYE Dining

There are a whole slew of options for NYE, including parties, comedy shows, concerts, and fireworks. And then there is the food. While some of you may want to lay low and rest up for a rambunctious night ahead, there others who rather celebrate the…

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Top Restaurants that Tweet

Top Restaurants that Tweet

It’s that time of the year for lists and more lists and lists till you’re sick of reading them. Well here’s another one from the folks at the FriendsEAT blog, who looked at the top restaurants on Twitter in 2010.

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10 Major Restaurant Closings in 2010

10 Major Restaurant Closings in 2010

Was there a restaurant that closed this year that had you screaming “No!” and banging on its boarded up facade like Ben Braddock in The Graduate? Whether due to a still ailing economy or mismanagement or simply the transitional nature of the industry, there were…

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Goodbye: Napa Ranch

Goodbye: Napa Ranch

FiDi lunchtime powerhouse, Napa Ranch, has closed its doors. I guess it wasn’t such as powerhouse afterall. In fact, according to Eater, the Napa Ranch locations at 1001 Sansome Street, the PG & E headquarters, and 201 Spear Street have all been shut down over…

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Future Looks Bright for Ike

Future Looks Bright for Ike

Earlier this month, the controversial sandwich shop Ike’s Place won approval from the San Francisco Planning Commission to move into a new location in the Castro District.

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