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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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Tupac and Thai in the TL
By Allecia Vermillion (Jan 22, 2010)
Lers Ros opened in 2008 in the Tenderloin, amidst a stretch of Larkin Street home to a bevy of Vietnamese and Thai joints and nudie shows, but this Thai gem stands alone. More
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A Star in the West
By Sean Timberlake (Jan 15, 2010)
Aziza continues to evolve and refine the notion of Cal-Moroccan food to new heights, resulting in a Michelin Guide star for 2010. More
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By Daniel Goldstein (Jan 7, 2010)
Il Cane Rosso creates the impression that you’ve walked into a beautifully staged farmhouse kitchen. More
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A Cut Above Fast Food
By Carolyn Alburger (Dec 29, 2009)
Those who enter Best-O-Burger expecting a run-of-the-mill fast-food joint will be nicely surprised to see cast iron skillets, locally sourced Copa Loca gelato, and green packaging. More
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Sink Your Teeth Into Our List
By karen solomon (Dec 28, 2009)
When food historians look back to the end of the first decade of the oughts, these are the waves that will be remembered, and their reverberations will be washing over nationwide. More
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Accessible Nouveau Dining
By alanna hale (Dec 17, 2009)
Named for “season” in French, Saison is part of the increasingly popular, new breed of restaurant that offers a pop-up, prix fixe, fine-dining experience. More
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SF’s Japanese Pub Grub
By Michelle Chan (Dec 10, 2009)
In Japan, the universally appealing combination of food, drink, and amity come together at izakayas — casual hangouts earmarked by copious quantities of beer and sake with honest home cooking. More
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Bringing House Wine Back
By Sean Timberlake (Dec 3, 2009)
Pauline's, the popular Mission pizzeria, has long been known for its quality Pizza Red, and the eatery is showcasing it with a newly opened wine bar serving Oeno-friendly edibles beyond the pie. More
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Under the Radar
By Sarah Sung (Nov 20, 2009)
Whether you’re looking for a bustling date spot, a place to impress your visiting family, or a quick bite at the bar, 54 Mint is where you’ll want to go. More
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