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It’s National Clam Chowder Day!

It’s National Clam Chowder Day!

In case you didn’t already have it circled on your calendar, this Friday February 25th is National Clam Chowder Day. In honor of this special occasion, Boudin Bakery, will be offering a one-day buy-one get-one special for its classic clam chowder in a bread bowl.

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Mr Pollo

Mr Pollo

Mr Pollo is one of those rare finds in the city, a true gem. Located in the heart of the Mission, Mr. Pollo is a breed between Mexican and Columbian food, with a Veggie menu that changes daily, and specialties that include empanadas and arepas.

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Recchiuti To Open New Cafe in Dogpatch?

Recchiuti To Open New Cafe in Dogpatch?

According to SF Foodie, Michael Recchiuti (of Recchiuti chocolates) has “confirmed that he and his wife, Jacky, will be opening a cafe in the Piccino space at 801 22nd St. (at Minnesota), later this year.” They just need to wait till Piccino clears out. The…

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Pop-up Jewish Deli in the Mission

Pop-up Jewish Deli in the Mission

When I first heard that there was going to be a Jewish pop-up deli coming to the Mission, I was skeptical. Being from NY, I am all too familiar with the fact that there are no real Jewish delis in SF – something the city…

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Free Pizza for WI Protesters

Free Pizza for WI Protesters

In a bright moment amidst the angry protests against Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) – who, in a wayward effort to manage the deficit, decided to strip state workers’ unions of collective bargaining rights – you have the story of Ian’s Pizza on State, a…

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Mariquita Mondays at Incanto

Mariquita Mondays at Incanto

Usually known for his offal cooking, Incanto Chef Chris Cosentino is taking it to the farms on Mondays through the first part of the year.

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Can Coke Cause Cancer?

Can Coke Cause Cancer?

Everyone’s knows it’s not quite good for you. We’ve all heard those rumors that Coca Cola can melt the paint off a car. But causing cancer – now, that’s a new one. The artificially created “caramel color” which gives the soft drink its particular color,…

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Anchor Brewing Unveils Latest Beer

Anchor Brewing Unveils Latest Beer

As another San Francisco Beer Week winds down this weekend, the Anchor Brewing Company has unveiled its latest creation: the Brekle’s Brown.

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Burmese on the Cheap

Burmese on the Cheap

Craving some Burmese? Then you must go to Yamo’s! With only eight bar stools in the entire restaurant, Yamo’s epitomizes hole-in-the-wall. Located in San Francisco’s Mission district, Yamo’s is quite the hot spot for authentic Burmese food.

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James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

James Beard Award Semifinalists Announced

San Francisco is once again well-represented, as the semifinalists have been named for the prestigious James Beard Foundation Awards.

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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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