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A.G. Ferrari Foods opens a San Francisco branch which is anything but assembly line
By SFS Staff (Aug 24, 2004)
The burden of the franchise weighs heavily on the those otherwise lucky enough to live out this current fin de siécle. Jaded and resentful of their encroachment on our streets, neighborhoods and Safeways, each additional commercial development leads to another round of boos and sighs, another chorus of 'there goes the neighborhood.' Particularly in San Francisco, which still protects its integrity as would a village though its long been a major city, getting caught with a Starbucks Frappucino is grounds for social dismissal. But chains and franchises are sneaky, and slowly they've learned to drop the neon signage and magenta uniforms which, More
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Designer Chocolate
By Amy Sherman (Aug 19, 2004)
In San Francisco, Union Square is where you'll find fashion, quality, luxury and even fine art. It's also the perfect address for Richart, a chocolatier who has redefined chocolate in very similar ways. Just like the major fashion houses, France-based Richart comes out with new "collections" based on the seasons, several times a year. In addition, they feature seven families of chocolate- roasted, fruity, citrus, herbal, spiced and balsamic. Each individual chocolate resembles a mini mosaic tile, decorated with a delicate colored pattern to identify its flavor... More
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The One-Stop Shop
By Gloria Tai (Jul 18, 2003)
In need of some fresh fare and waterfront air? Try the Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market that recently changed locations. After 10 years of migration, it now has a permanent home at the newly restored Ferry Building. Roam through the lively open-air market where you'll find over 75 small family farms and food vendors. Only a stone's throw from Pac Bell Park and downtown San Francisco, you'll find yourself caressing juicy white peaches, squeezing pluots (a plum-apricot hybrid), and sampling sweet English peas. Nibbling on fruit and vegetable samples is fully encouraged and this is just the beginning. More
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Valentine's Gifts
By SFS Staff (Feb 21, 2003)
The one time I had a boyfriend on Valentine's Day, he gave me a heart-shaped box filled with those candy hearts stamped with little messages, and on the outside, the $1.99 price tag was still stuck on. You might think that this must have been a ten-year-old boyfriend from my childhood days, but no, it was just a few years ago. Since my boyfriend was foreign, he probably had a different idea of standard American practice for the holiday, but he also had no money and was cheap to boot. More
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