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Erika Christiansen

SF Station Writer

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High Expectations on 18th Street
By Erika Christiansen (Jul 17, 2006)
Next door to the much beloved and award-garnering Delfina, Anne and Craig Stoll's Neapolitan-style pizza venture has had lines out the door since opening in mid-July 2005. With under 40 total seats available including the outdoor tables and the skinny bar, and no reservations accepted, the wait for a table even during the week hovers in the 20 minutes to an hour range. Wait for a walk-in pizza order was also about 20 minutes on a weeknight. More »
Bringing the Farmers Market to Your Lunchbox
By Erika Christiansen (May 30, 2005)
Tuesday afternoon finds the Financial District awash in a sea of worker bees carrying bags stuffed full of fresh organic produce and artisanal breads and other treats from the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market. Yet most of the area's lunch options are overpriced delis and unremarkable chains or expense account fine dining. More »
A Taste of the Mission in the Richmond
By Erika Christiansen (Oct 04, 2004)
With a nearly bottomless Internet jukebox that's received kudos from the SF Weekly as the "Best Jukebox in SF", free WiFi access, cover-charge free DJ nights, and late night drink specials, it's no wonder the 540 Club is the bar of choice for Richmond denizens who might otherwise be forced to venture out to the Mission when they wanted their libations served up with good music. More »
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