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North Beach Italian meets Mission Hip
By Tracie Broom (Feb 13, 2009)
While Specchio isn't going to make the cover of Food & Wine, the food is very good, the staff is friendly, wines are inexpensive, the atmosphere is hip enough to feel like you're really "going out". More
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Restaurant Under the Rainforest
By Daniel Goldstein (Feb 6, 2009)
Loretta Keller of SoMa's Coco500 is the guiding force behind The Moss Room, the restaurant in the new California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. Her brightly flavorful California-Mediterranean food is, of course, local, organic, and sustainable, which resonates in this museum dedicated to understanding and preserving the world's ecosystems. More
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Gimme Sum
By Daniel Goldstein (Jan 30, 2009)
As you make your way toward the outer avenues of the Sunset, trees become scarce and houses become squat and drab, as if pushed down by the low grey sky. But there are bright spots: the beach, Fort Funston, and S&T Hong Kong Seafood’s dim sum. More
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From Gypsy to Grand-mere
By Dan Strachota (Jan 23, 2009)
Some restaurants you want to love, right away. Like the new Gitane, which just opened downtown, across from Café Claude. Why so much love? First, the Basque-styled bistro has alley seating, which we desperately need more of in San Francisco. More cobblestone streets, more heat lamps, more dinners under the stars. Great. More
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Seafood Shake-up in Cow Hollow
By Chrissy Loader (Jan 16, 2009)
Not only is Nettie’s a non-shack-like joint, but Nettie’s is not shack-like cheap. It’s not necessarily expensive either, but it’s closer to upscale than casual (and given that you are in the tonier of ‘hoods, you might trade in your hipster Mission Vans for a pair of deck shoes, or Topsiders). Both of these details might be seen as drawbacks, but we couldn’t find any drawbacks in the food. More
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Hot Newcomer Gets Poor Marks
By Gloria Tai (Jan 9, 2009)
Combine excellent waterfront views, a stunning space, an international celebrity chef and a mouthful of a restaurant name, and the result is a set of very high dining expectations. While the views, cebiches and cocktails are fabulous at La Mar Cebicheria Peruana, this high-buzz hotspot continues to miss the mark on much of its menu as well as on service. More
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Seeing is Believing
By Nirmala Nataraj (Dec 27, 2008)
I’m not sure if it was my mild claustrophobia or the prospect of soiling the sequined evening gown I foolishly chose to don that evening, but I was feeling more than a little apprehensive as I walked down the narrow staircase into the Crimson Lounge, which doffs its red cape every Thursday through Saturday night and becomes Opaque “Dining in the Dark". It’s a dining experience like no other that may indicate a sea change in the epicurean raison d’etre -- it also requires a dollop of courage and maybe a few extra napkins. More
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A Hearty Dining Foothold in Dogpatch
By Chrissy Loader (Dec 5, 2008)
At first glance, Serpentine has everything going for it; it's set in an interesting, up-and-coming location in Dogpatch, it has trusty references (they’re owned by the folks who brought SF the Slow Club), and the setting is lovely, melding industrial-chic with warm, natural elements. Since its spring opening, Serpentine has also received a warm buzz, so we were more than prepared to be equally impressed by the food. More
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Eat, Drink and be Merry
By Tracie Broom (Nov 28, 2008)
San Francisco is a barrel full of fish -- fabulous, restaurant-shaped fish -- and there's no letting up on the spawning. Come shoot the latest with us! It's holiday time. More
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Potrero Hill’s New Spot for Raw Fish, Small Plates and Sake
By Sarah Sung (Nov 14, 2008)
On a street with French, Mediterranean, Chinese, Southeast Asian and, of course, pizza, the only cuisine that’s been missing on Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor is Japanese, until this year -- when Umi opened its doors. A casual, sit-down sushi spot, the restaurant is a welcome addition to an already globally cuisine-rich street. More
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