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Broccoli for Dinner

Broccoli for Dinner

No, this isn’t a lecture on the importance of adding green veggies to a well-balanced meal. The Broccoli in reference is Scott Broccoli, co-owner of Dobbs Ferry. Every Tuesday, the restaurant will be presenting a special menu designed by Scott to showcase some of his…

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Five Young Chefs to Talk Shop in SF

Five Young Chefs to Talk Shop in SF

Five of the brightest young minds in San Francisco’s culinary community are taking part in a unique forum this week to give their perspective on the ever-expanding food scene in the Bay Area.

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Chef Michael Tusk to Serve the President

Chef Michael Tusk to Serve the President

Michael Tusk of Quince and Cotogna fame has served plenty of celebrities and foodies alike. But on February 16, the award-winning chef will have the honor of preparing dinner for a fundraiser for President Barack Obama.

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President Obama to Visit SF for Fundraiser

President Obama to Visit SF for Fundraiser

President Barack Obama is making it a habit of spending time in the Bay Area as he ramps up his 2012 re-election campaign with another visit to San Francisco on February 16.

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Dobbs Ferry Extends Bar Hours, Adds $5 Meal-in-a-Bowl

Dobbs Ferry Extends Bar Hours, Adds $5 Meal-in-a-Bowl

Dobbs Ferry, one of the latest additions to the Hayes Valley restaurant scene, recently announced extended evening service. The bar will be open until 1:30am daily and a “family meal” has been added as well for just $5.

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Christmas Dinner, IKEA-Style

Christmas Dinner, IKEA-Style

One of my favorite parts of an IKEA field trip is the café stop at the end, and I know I’m not alone. The quick Swedish meals are such a hit that the megastore is hosting an all-you-can-eat buffet of their classics, all for $9.99.

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Teatro ZinZanni Finds New Permanent Home

Teatro ZinZanni Finds New Permanent Home

Teatro ZinZanni, which is set for its final show and dinner at Pier 29 on New Year’s Eve, has found a new permanent home.

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Thanksgiving Dining in San Francisco

Thanksgiving Dining in San Francisco

Thanksgiving is arriving soon, and there are plenty of places to eat out to celebrate the holiday on  November 24th. Here’s a list of San Francisco favorites that are open for Thanksgiving.

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Dobbs Ferry Opens in Hayes Valley

Dobbs Ferry Opens in Hayes Valley

Any American history buff will tell you that Dobbs Ferry is a village in Westchester County, New York which was the site of the Continental Army’s 1781 encampment from where they took the first steps to Virginia to defeat General Cornwallis and win the Revolutionary…

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Michael Mina to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with Extravagant Bash

Michael Mina to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with Extravagant Bash

It is rather amazing that chef Michael Mina helped to open Aqua 20 years ago considering he is just 42 years old. Now, to celebrate the anniversary, he and some of his distinguished fellow chefs are throwing a bash with a pretty amazing lineup on…

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Sunday Supper Set for the Ferry Building

Sunday Supper Set for the Ferry Building

Some of the Bay Area’s best chefs will be coming together on Sunday, October 2 for the 9th annual Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture’s Sunday Supper fundraiser at the Ferry Building.

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Class: Meal Planning Tips

Class: Meal Planning Tips

Do you know what you are making for dinner tonight? How about tomorrow night or the night after? Don’t worry, most people have no idea what they’ll be eating from day to day. But with the right planning and organizational tools, you can have your…

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