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Our Lady of the Castro
By Daniel Goldstein (Apr 1, 2010)
Despite its tiny footprint, Frances may be one of the strongest new neighborhood restaurants to open in San Francisco in the past decade. More
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Mexico City flavors in SF
By Sean Timberlake (Mar 26, 2010)
Occupying the former Church Street corridor space of now-defunct taqueria Azteca, Chilango aims to bring an authentic taste of Mexico City to our city. More
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SF Warms Up Under the Crust
By Allecia Vermillion (Mar 19, 2010)
As we continue our love affair with all things cheap, casual, and comforting, savory pies both cloth napkin and paper varieties fit the ethos perfectly. More
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An Award-Winning Pie
By Julie Ross Godar (Mar 12, 2010)
Tony Gemignani's North Beach palace, while small, houses four different pizza ovens to produce four different crusts. More
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A Carnivore's Kingdom
By Matt Crawford (Mar 5, 2010)
George's BBQ is an oasis in the Outer Mission burritoland with heaps of no-frills meat for little cash. More
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An Eye-Opening Vietnamese Breakfast
By Carolyn Alburger (Feb 26, 2010)
The third Out The Door location, which opened on Bush Street in October, introduces something entirely new: an authentic Vietnamese breakfast menu. More
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A Star is Born in the Castro
By Amy Sherman (Feb 19, 2010)
The Castro dining scene has perpetually left us famished, but everything changes with Starbelly. More
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Fancy Franks on Market St.
By Michelle Chan (Feb 11, 2010)
The concept is simple: super-premium sausages with toppings, and cultured beers to match. But there actually aren't many such combos in San Francisco. More
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A Road to Success
By alanna hale (Feb 4, 2010)
San Francisco is no stranger to the concept of street food, and new interpretations are popping up with such frequency that its hard to keep track. More
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The Scoop on Shanghai Soup Dumplings
By Michelle Chan (Jan 29, 2010)
In the pantheon of Chinese cuisine, few foods inspire as much passion as xiao long bao, or Shanghai soup dumplings. More
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