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A View Towards a Better Meal
By Allecia Vermillion (Jun 4, 2009)
For years, the Cliff House was a place to take your out-of-town guests to marvel at the smashing ocean vistas over bland, overpriced crab cakes. More
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Something Old, Something New, and Something in Between
By alanna hale (May 28, 2009)
The topic of pizza in San Francisco is fodder for heated dispute, opinions often defended with the kind of fervor usually reserved for a Rolling Stones vs. The Beatles-type debate. Wherever you might stand on the matter, the names thrown in the ring are often the same. More
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Small Space, Big Heart
By alanna hale (May 28, 2009)
True to its name (“tiny” in Italian), Piccino has occupied a mere 700 square feet on the corner of a quiet and unassuming street in the Dogpatch district since late 2006. The joint venture of Sheryl Rogat (who spent time at Pizzetta 211) and Margherita Stewart-Sagan (a partner in Hayes Valley’s Blue Bottle kiosk) is a casual and cheerful neighborhood spot with a foodie-friendly menu that's fresh, simple, and unfussy. More
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Even Better Pizza, but Far Too Frenzied Service
By alanna hale (May 28, 2009)
The topic of pizza in San Francisco is fodder for heated dispute, opinions often defended with the kind of fervor usually reserved for a Rolling Stones vs. Beatles-type debate. Wherever you might stand on the matter, the names thrown in the ring are often the same, and Pizzeria Delfina is always a contender. Upon hearing that a new Pizzeria Delfina opened in Lower Pac Heights in September 2008, we were immediately curious: would the new Pizzeria Delfina be as good? More
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Casual, Comfortable and Low-key
By alanna hale (May 28, 2009)
In the generally upscale Russian Hill district, Za Pizza is a no-frills neighborhood pizza joint where dudes and moms rub shoulders while grubbing down. The space is much like any other pizza parlor you may have been to -- neon beer signs mark the entrance; skateboard decks and children's drawings adorn the walls. It’s this friendly, familiar vibe that’s the appeal here, along with the reliable slices and whole pies they’ve been serving for the past 18 years. More
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Double the Dosa
By Chrissy Loader (May 21, 2009)
There’s a hoppin’ new Dosa location recently opened on Fillmore in Japantown. And not only is the new location ideal for delicious pre-movie (or pre-Fillmore) eats, but the actual setting itself is large and lovely with high ceilings, a full bar with creative cocktails, and interior touches that meld Indian aesthetics with innovative urban design indicative of its Bay Area setting. More
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Uptown Charm at Oakland’s Posh New Fox Theater
By Sarah Sung (May 14, 2009)
Almost a two years after opening its doors down the street from the freshly renovated, eye-poppingly gorgeous Fox Theater, Flora -- the upscale California comfort food sibling to Mexican star Dona Tomas -- is buzzing stronger than ever as it serves up a long list of artisan cocktails and market-fresh California fare in a glamorous noir setting. More
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Exotic Eats at Bargain Prices
By Karen Solomon (May 8, 2009)
Kasa consistently produces outstanding eats, is extremely reasonably priced, and has proven to be nothing but piquant and flavorful. Call it gourmet fast food if you like -- chef Anamika Khanna calls it street food. But it continually proves to be abundant, well-spiced, well-crafted, artfully-presented, and a total bargain, particularly for its locale. More
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Tiny New Tapas Bar Invigorates Nob Hill
By Gloria Tai (May 1, 2009)
Spanish tapas restaurants abound in the city, like Ramblas and Cha Cha Cha in the Mission, Gitane and B44 downtown, or Zarzuela in Nob Hill. But what has been missing is the true tapas bar that reflects what you’d experience in Madrid or Valencia: quaint enough for a few glasses of wine and a few bites before you head elsewhere for the next round. That is, until now, with the opening of Lalola. More
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Hotel Resto Remodel Yields Mixed Results
By Nirmala Nataraj (Apr 23, 2009)
In June 2008, the JW Marriott Hotel's "is it a bar or is it a lobby?" Pacific Restaurant, which sat pretty above Union Square, underwent a much-needed makeover. Jazzed up by an airy new design and revamped interior (complete with atrium, vaulted skylight, marble floor, and a sprawling assortment of lounge, lobby, living, and restaurant spaces), the newly christened Level III appears to be part of a larger sea change among chains like the Marriott: forego the default mode of generic, muzak-infused hotel restaurants, and opt for chill-out environments meant to attract all types -- from brunching girlfriends to the pre-theatre Friday night crowd More
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