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The Week in Food
By SFS Staff (Feb 10, 2006)
Filet mignon, pommes frites, and mussels to share at [b]Garcon[/b], then a show at the [b]Makeout Room[/b] and drinks at the [b]Latin American Club[/b]. More »
Smaller Films Bask in the Spotlight
By SFS Staff (Feb 01, 2006)
This year smaller films have rightfully earned their place on the nominations list. Out of the five films nominated for Best Picture arguably only two ([b]Crash[/b], [b]Munich[/b]) were produced and directed by big Hollywood studios. The rest of the contenders were more quiet and unassuming and slipped into the mainstream via word-of-word (i.e. [b]Brokeback Mountain[/b]). While many did not have success according to box office numbers, they gained success from critics and ardent filmgoers. And, finally, the Academy listened. More »
The Week in Food
By SFS Staff (Jan 24, 2006)
Bengan bhartha, the smooth, rich (and addictive) smoked eggplant entree from [b]Bombay[/b] Indian restaurant on Market in the Castro; they deliver! More »
The Week in Food
By SFS Staff (Jan 17, 2006)
Beef pot pie from the steam table at [b]DeLessio Market[/b], where the salad bar and the Cuban sandwich make it hard to decide what to have for lunch. More »
The Week in Food
By SFS Staff (Jan 10, 2006)
Deep-dish at [b]Little Star Pizza[/b] on Divisadero; filled with large parties on a Wednesday night, Little Star has Wilco on the super cool jukebox and truly accommodating service, outdone only by the incredibly tasty pizza. More »
Trends in Food
By SFS Staff (Jan 03, 2006)
Steamed edamame dumplings and the Diamond Roll with scallops at [b]Hamano Sushi[/b], Castro and 24th. More »
Trends in Food
By SFS Staff (Dec 27, 2006)
Found: an outpost of bubble tea and Japanese stationery in the Mission. No more treks up to Kinokuniya in Japantown for your fix of the ultra-adorable. For the last year, [b]Chamalyn[/b], at 3491 19th Street (at Valencia), has been offering a totally cute selection of Pocky sticks, sushi-shaped erasers, and notebooks featuring such Japanese heroes as the super-sad bread guy, plus at least 15 kinds of flavored tea, served with tapioca pearls and double-thick straws. You can even get Malteasers, a somewhat hard-to-find British candy that our English friends freak out over. More »
Trends in Food
By SFS Staff (Dec 20, 2006)
Chicken Tikka Masala to go from [b]Shalimar[/b] on Polk, combined in a frying pan at home with fresh okra from [b]Golden Produce[/b] More »
Trends in Food
By SFS Staff (Dec 12, 2006)
Philly cheese steak from [b]Jay's[/b] on Divisadero: a fortifying tube of savory meat, onions and cheese (minus the inexplicable lettuce, tomatoes, etc.) -- very portable, very rock and roll. More »
Trends in Food
By SFS Staff (Dec 06, 2006)
Fresh lobster from [b]Sun Fat Seafood Market[/b] (Mission @ 23rd), our local secret. An inexpensive, clean, friendly seafood market, where they will kill, halve and clean your lobster for you. Roast in shell w/salt and pepper and serve with a warm sauce of garlic, sherry, lemon, olive oil and parsley. And lots of napkins. More »
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