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Mac and Cheese Lovers Rejoice

Mac and Cheese Lovers Rejoice

The age of specialty dining establishments expanded this week as Homeroom opened its doors in Oakland.

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Japanese Cuisine Expert in Town

Japanese Cuisine Expert in Town

Elizabeth Andoh, the American authority on Japanese cuisine, is here on a rare trip from Osaka. She’ll be giving talks today through the 19th at various locations around the Bay about her most recent book Kansha: Celebrating Japan’s Vegan and Vegetarian Traditions. Yum!

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Best Banh Mi in the U.S.

Best Banh Mi in the U.S.

The first thing that comes to many people’s mind when they think Vietnamese food is the banh mi sandwich, a mix of French and Vietnamese.

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Black-owned Wineries for Black History Month

Black-owned Wineries for Black History Month

February is Black History Month and in honor of this month-long celebration of African American culture and history, the restaurant 1300 on Fillmore has teamed up with four of the best African-American-owned wineries in the country to present a special menu for the month of…

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Do Food Aphrodisiacs Exist?

Do  Food Aphrodisiacs Exist?

A dozen oysters, chocolate-covered strawberries, champagne; these are just a few items many consider “food aphrodisiacs,” food that gets you in the most amorous of moods.

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Event: St. Valentine Sweetie Pie and Art Fest

Event: St. Valentine Sweetie Pie and Art Fest

Bring some pie, eat some pie because pie = love. 111 Minna and The Pie Extremist Group are hosting their 2nd annual St. Valentine Sweetie Pie and Art Fest. Attendees are welcome to bring pie or other things to eat. Besides pie, there’ll be music…

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Video: The Most Bizarre Food Ever?

Video: The Most Bizarre Food Ever?

Andrew Zimmern, that guy who eats absolutely anything and everything on his show “Bizarre World and Bizarre Foods” on the Travel Channel, just found his most bizarre food ever. Any guesses as to what it may be?

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Perbacco Unveils Citrus Menu

Perbacco Unveils Citrus Menu

Inspired by Piemonte’s traditional “The Battle of the Oranges” festival, Perbacco Executive Chef Staffan Terje has created a menu dedicated to the citrus fruit.

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RoliRoti’s Porchetta Sandwich to Hit East Bay

RoliRoti’s Porchetta Sandwich to Hit East Bay

The RoliRoti Gourmet Rotisserie truck, which is famous for its rotisserie chicken and porchetta sandwich at the Ferry Building’s Farmers Market on Thursdays and Saturdays, is now giving those in the East Bay a chance to dig in.

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U.S. Regional Delights

U.S. Regional Delights

Aol’s travel site has put together a compilation of 7 regional dishes that most non-locals have never even heard about. Topping the list was cioppino, a fish stew, and asserted local San Francisco favorite. Really?

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Fillmore Street to Welcome Back Restaurants?

Fillmore Street to Welcome Back Restaurants?

Pacific Heights’ Fillmore corridor has had a strict limit on new restaurants for more than twenty years. But, like the Berlin Wall, this edict is about to start crumbling. Eater SF via The Chronicle reports that district Supervisor Mark Farrell is trying to lift this…

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Bissap Baobab Closing?

Bissap Baobab Closing?

Mission Street mainstay Bissap Baobab, the Senegalese restaurant featuring delicious fish dishes, exotic hibiscus cocktails and copious amounts of down-home African hospitality, may be closing in the late spring. Rumor has it that Duncan Ley and Ben Bleiman (Tonic, Bullitt, the soon-to-open Rebel) will be…

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