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A Mission Misstep
By Amy Sherman (Oct 29, 2009)
The Corner, the latest effort from the owners of Weird Fish and Boogaloos, has many of the same pieces in place to become a hit, which makes it even more of a shame that the food falls flat. More
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Hayes Valley’s Low-key Sushi Hangout
By Allecia Vermillion (Oct 22, 2009)
Otoro Sushi’s small dining room has managed to carve out a niche for itself in Hayes Valley as a less-expensive, drop-in spot that offers more exciting fare than standard rolls. More
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Steampunked Italian
By Chrissy Loader (Oct 15, 2009)
Flour + Water = pasta and pizza. Yes, the name for this place is fitting enough; all that’s needed for an excellent meal is this simple combination…with a touch of sauce and garlic. The concept itself is simple: A neighborhood space that provides diners with tasty Italian bites: crisp Neapolitan pizzas made in an authentic Italian oven, fresh hand-rolled pastas, and house-cured salumi. More
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Pork and Pints Just Right
By Gloria Tai (Oct 9, 2009)
It’s not your typical creaky, dark pub where the lads come to brood. The Marina’s The Tipsy Pig, where the noise level is ear-splitting, is bursting at the seams with beautiful people -- guests and staff alike. What else would be expected of a watering hole and gastropub from the Vintage 415 team (Umami, Mamacita, Blue Barn) who have mastered a simple formula: great drinks and surprisingly good food in a lively atmosphere. More
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Fantasy-worthy Seafood Treasures
By Chrissy Loader (Oct 1, 2009)
If you used to be a fan of the old Bar Crudo, previously located above the Stockton Tunnel and within crawling distance of the Tunnel Top, and you’re already predisposed to become a fan of the new-and-improved Bar Crudo, you won’t be disappointed. More
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An Upscale Bite in a Burrito-Hungry Hood
By alanna hale (Sep 25, 2009)
Hayes Valley has been in want for some Mexican food in its midst, and residents have recently been granted their wish. Attempting to fulfill a particular gap within an ever-evolving community, Marino Mexican & Seafood Restaurant is a smart choice in the vicinity, where most dining options are either upscale (Absinthe, Bar Jules, Sebo) or casual (Flippers, Paxti, La Boulange). Operating continuously from 11am to 10pm every day of the week means eating at any hour hunger strikes, and the step up from taqueria to sit-down restaurant enables out-of-town guests to wander in at ease. More
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Nosh and a Nip with a Getaway Feel
By SFS Staff (Sep 17, 2009)
Foodies and hedonists leapt when the ownership of Big Sur's ultra-tony, hyper-earthy Post Ranch Inn announced their plans for Cavallo Point, a fancy new eco-resort -- complete with posh digs, a full-service spa, holistic education, cooking school, and fine dining at Murray Circle on the historic, bay front Fort Baker, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. More
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All About the Wagyu
By Gloria Tai (Sep 10, 2009)
I am a carnivore. Give me a good, juicy steak a tad on the bloody side and I am in heaven. So newcomer 5A5 Steak Lounge, specializing in high-fat, high-quality A5 Japanese wagyu beef (the highest classification) was right up my alley. The grade of meat on offer is determined by the sublime combination of texture, color, fat quality, and marbling -- and, of course, the remarkable flavor that results. More
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Asian Comfort Food with a Hint of Luxury
By Michelle Chan (Aug 27, 2009)
It’s a hopeful sign for the culinary economy when a restaurant like Noodle Theory, which built a loyal following at its original location in the Rockridge area of Oakland, brings its opulent Asian comfort food to a new location in SF. More
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A Carton of Comfort Food
By Allecia Vermillion (Aug 21, 2009)
Ritch Street is an otherwise unassuming SoMa service alley turned culinary hotspot, courtesy of Little Skillet’s walk-up service window. This diminutive takeout counter, from the same folks behind Tenderloin soul food powerhouse Farmerbrown, dispenses decadent waffles, fried chicken and other locally sourced southern fare in a decidedly no-frills environment. More
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