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Charyn Pfeuffer

SF Station Writer

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Clement Street's Q Restaurant Redefines Comfort Food
By Charyn Pfeuffer (Mar 13, 2004)
If Q Restaurant were a student, it would be the laid back but approachable quirky kid with curious good looks to whom everyone flocks. Tucked away on Clement Street, just a few blocks off of Arguello, Q is identified by a simple letter situated above the doorway. Everything about the Q dining experience is warm and welcoming -- in that 'toasting marshmallows in front of a fireplace' kind of way. More »
To Inner Sunset Diners
By Charyn Pfeuffer (Dec 21, 2004)
The serene haven on the Irving Street restaurant stretch specializes and succeeds in wonderful, expertly prepared, no-nonsense Japanese noodles. Situated across the street from its renowned sister restaurant and San Francisco's most popular sushi house, Ebisu, Hotei serves a wide variety of standard Japanese cuisine, as well as Ebisu's world famous sushi. More »
Indie rock comes home to roost
By Charyn Pfeuffer (Jun 20, 2002)
Yep, it's that time of the year again. Time to stay out late, call out sick from work and catch six nights of non-stop, ass-kicking indie rock. The Noise Pop Brand Music Festival was birthed here in good 'ole San Francisco, and features live performances from the all-time best national and local bands. More »
Baldoria Lights Up Russian Hill
By Charyn Pfeuffer (Jan 05, 2001)
White tablecloths, neutral walls lined with bottles of wine, and barely noticeable opera transform this refined row house located at the corner of Larkin and Green Streets into an intimate restaurant. An elegant menu and extensive wine list confirm Baldoria's fine-dining standing. However, a warm interior, an understanding staff (primarily handsome young Italian men) and the frequent appearance of the hospitable host (who spends most of his time patrolling the dining room and kissing regular customers on their way in and out) make each and every customer feel important. More »
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