alanna hale

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Taking it to the Street
By Alanna Hale (Jul 16, 2010)
Several city blocks in the Mission will be turned over to food, drink, and fun when the San Francisco Street Food Festival returns August 21st. More »
A Street Food Establishment
By Alanna Hale (Jun 29, 2010)
Mission Chinese Food is the new project from Anthony Myint and Danny Bowien of Mission Street Food and Mission Burger fame. More »
Three's a Charm
By Alanna Hale (May 18, 2010)
Low communal tables reinforce the informal feel while dim lighting flatters the young Marina crowd at Delarosa. More »
Meatless Mexican in the Mission
By Alanna Hale (Apr 21, 2010)
Even the most devout carnivore will be thanking their mother after sampling some of the excellent dishes that hail from Gracias Madre. More »
Relaxed Italian in the Marina
By Alanna Hale (Apr 21, 2010)
Pastry chef and owner, Gary Rulli, recently morphed his Emporio Rulli Gran Caffe in the Marina into a combination restaurant, wine, and salumi bar. More »
Pub-Grub With Chopsticks
By Alanna Hale (Mar 20, 2010)
With portions meant for sharing, Nombe is rooted in tradition but shines with some contemporary twists. More »
A Road to Success
By Alanna Hale (Jan 04, 2010)
San Francisco is no stranger to the concept of street food, and new interpretations are popping up with such frequency that it’s hard to keep track. More »
Accessible Nouveau Dining
By Alanna Hale (Nov 17, 2009)
Named for “season” in French, [b]Saison[/b] is part of the increasingly popular, new breed of restaurant that offers a pop-up, prix fixe, fine-dining experience. More »
An Upscale Bite in a Burrito-Hungry Hood
By Alanna Hale (Sep 02, 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 »
A Love Letter to Spain
By Alanna Hale (Jun 30, 2009)
Generally, nostalgia is at the heart of cooking, as the flavors and smells from the kitchen serve to transport you to your fondest memories. Some chefs, however, daringly try to take it a step further by recreating the experience entirely. Meet Noe Valley’s newest dining destination: Contigo, which opened in March. More »
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