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Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

Chef Greg Kuzia-Carmel Takes the Helm at Outerlands

When popular Sunset District restaurant Outerlands closed for remodeling at the end of 2013, apprehension turned to skepticism as news broke that Chef Brett Cooper would not return, and the reopening date got delayed. But under Dave Muller and Lana Porcello’s ownership, the restaurant remains…

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Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema Launches Midnight Movie Series

Foreign Cinema, which normally does dinner and a movie by creatively showing a foreign film in the outdoor courtyard during service, is taking it a step further on Tuesday night.

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Hangover Cure – Eating Options on New Year’s Day

Hangover Cure – Eating Options on New Year’s Day

Despite that exploding head and hangover, we survived another New Year’s celebration. But the question – what to eat the morning (or early afternoon) after?

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Doing Brunch with Gayle Pirie of Foreign Cinema

Doing Brunch with Gayle Pirie of Foreign Cinema

Brunch in San Francisco has become a readily available option for diners over the last few years. But despite new openings around town, Foreign Cinema constantly rates as one of the most popular spots each and every weekend.

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Foreign Cinema Celebrates 13 Years in the Mission

Foreign Cinema Celebrates 13 Years in the Mission

As new restaurants continue to fill in empty spaces in the Mission District, a culinary stalwart remains as strong as ever, offering great food and drinks in a unique environment. That longevity will be celebrated on Thursday at Foreign Cinema.

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Two Wine Dinners in the Mission

Two Wine Dinners in the Mission

Wo Hing General Store and Foreign Cinema are both holding special wine pairing dinners this week with a pair of distinct wineries.

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Machine Coffee & Deli Caffeinates Mid-Market

Machine Coffee & Deli Caffeinates Mid-Market

Machine Coffee & Deli, the newest project of Foreign Cinema Chefs/Owners Gayle Pirie and John Clark, just opened its doors on Market Street and offers a nice spot to grab coffee and sandwiches in the burgeoning Mid-Market neighborhood.

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Show Dogs – Revitalizing Mid-Market, One Sausage at a Time

Show Dogs – Revitalizing Mid-Market, One Sausage at a Time

Summer – the time of the year where the grills come out and burgers and hot dogs are all that can quench our hunger. And what better way to kick off the season than a talk with John Clark, chef and co-owner of Show Dogs,…

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Easter Sunday Means Dining Specials Galore In SF

Easter Sunday Means Dining Specials Galore In SF

Easter Sunday is not only about the Easter Bunny and a hunt for eggs; for many families, it includes getting together for brunch or dinner. Here are a few spots in San Francisco with specials this year.

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Foreign Cinema Rocks Out on 12th Anniversary

Foreign Cinema Rocks Out on 12th Anniversary

Foreign Cinema is doing it big on Thursday as the renowned Mission District restaurant celebrates its 12th anniversary that night.

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