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    East Bay Bite of the Week: Sweet Bar at Sweet Bar Bakery

    On a sunny weekend just over a year ago, a hefty crowd assembled outside of newly opened Sweet Bar Bakery, and promptly ripped into a full performance of the Thriller dance. Not many bakeries get welcomed to town with a flashmob outside their window ...

    @ SFoodie by Molly Gore on February 13, 2014 @ 11:00 am
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    Kraft Singles Get Very Slightly Less Horrid

    The enduring image of Kraft Singles in my mind comes from the Simpsons episode where Homer inadvertently thwarts Mr. Burns and Smithers from burglarizing his home by sleepwalking into the kitchen for "Mmmmm...64 slices of American cheese." It takes h...

    @ SFoodie by Pete Kane on February 13, 2014 @ 8:00 am
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    Chicago Man Uses Kickstarter to Fund His Chipotle Burrito

    Unfortunately this isn't the Onion, and Chicago resident Noboru Bitoy for reals used Kickstarter to fund his lunch. Bitoy originally requested $8 from the crowdfunding site for a Chipotle burrito, the consumption of which he brazenly passed off as a ...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 12, 2014 @ 2:15 pm
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    What to Do Tonight For Beer Week: Wednesday, February 12

    Get there before 5 p.m. for Magnolia's 5th annual Oyster & Beer Extravaganza. The brewery will be releasing its Oysterhead Stout, made with four barrels of Hog Island oysters, and a few other "carefully curated" oyster stouts will also be on draft. P...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 12, 2014 @ 1:00 pm
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    George Morrone and His "Timeless" Tuna Tartare Have Arrived In San Carlos

    Gusto's self-described "timeless" tuna tartare. When San Carlos restauranteur Enzo Rosano announced last fall that he was transforming his casual Limone into the more upscale Gusto, helmed by acclaimed chef George Morrone, the entire Bay Area rest...

    @ SFoodie by Trevor Felch on February 12, 2014 @ 11:15 am
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    Bartenders Finding New Ways to Conserve Water in Face of Drought

    In light of the drought, bartenders are finding new ways to conserve ice. Some rain may have fallen in the Bay Area over the weekend, but concerns about the drought are far from over. A handful of local bars have gotten into conservation mode, imp...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 12, 2014 @ 10:00 am
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    Bittersweet Happy Hour: Turning Lemons into Lovin'-ade at CUESA

    Early spring farmer's market bounty from the Ferry Plaza We may only be a few days into SF Beer Week and your thirst for sudsy mugs of small craft, extremely hoppy beer may seem unquenchable, but trust us: taking a break for a night will only make...

    @ SFoodie by Lou Bustamante on February 11, 2014 @ 4:00 pm
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    Beer Week Event Planner: Tuesday, February 11

    And then Bar Tartine is pairing up with longtime collaborator Linden St. Brewers (6-10 p.m.) for a family-style dinner paired with a range of beer styles and some "special rare offerings." Reservations are full, but the restaurant will be accepting w...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 11, 2014 @ 1:30 pm
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    Pal's Takeaway is Branching Into Burgers

    The burgers themselves -- made with a blend of Marin Sun Farms brisket, chuck, short rib, and a few more secret ingredients that proprietor Jeff Mason wouldn't disclose -- that sound pretty fantastic. The Pal's burger comes with house pimento cheddar...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 11, 2014 @ 10:05 am
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    Five Places That Offer 50-Percent-Off Wine Nights

    Why have a glass when you can have the whole bottle? That is our philosophy most evenings, anyway. Thankfully, a number of our city's restaurants share our slightly lush-ish view. Here's where (and when) to head for half-off bottles of wine. The Wine...

    @ SFoodie by Alexis Katsilometes on February 11, 2014 @ 8:00 am
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    S.F.'s Longest Food and Drink Lines, Ranked

    The latest entry in the annals of San Francisco line-waiting came over the weekend, when many waited for more than an hour in the rain for a chance at a day-old bagel. The bagels in question had pedigree -- they'd been overnighted from New York's leg...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 10, 2014 @ 4:00 pm
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    Peninsula Dining Update: New Filipino in South San Francisco, SF Beer Week's Peninsula Events

    Fil-Am Cuisine 2 serves up Filipino barbecued meats and fish. Popular Daly City Filipino restaurant Fil-Am Cuisine 2 now has a second branch open in South San Francisco. The new space is slightly larger and much brighter than the original restaura...

    @ SFoodie by Trevor Felch on February 10, 2014 @ 2:00 pm
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    Week In Vegan: Have a Vegan Valentine

    The veg food pyramid has been updated. Cupcakes are still a sometimes food. Animal testing may soon be required in these United States. Awful. Everyone needs to stop using cages for chickens. And by everyone, I mean companies that are putting c...

    @ SFoodie by Mark Shrayber on February 10, 2014 @ 11:00 am
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    First Look at Oakland's Newest: Grand Fare

    Grand Fare, freshly open. A new project on Oakland's Hallowell-heavy stretch of Grand Avenue -- neighboring Boot and Shoe and Penrose -- is officially open, titled Grand Fare, and it's off to a promising start. The project moved into the space ...

    @ SFoodie by Molly Gore on February 10, 2014 @ 8:00 am
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    La Urbana Redefines the Garage

    Spending your evening in a garage conjures memories of underage drinking, devouring shitty pizza, and listening to mediocre bands with people who had yet to discover the art of showering. La Urbana, the posh Divisadero Street mecca for mezcal and ups...

    @ SFoodie by Alexis Katsilometes on February 7, 2014 @ 4:30 pm
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    Beer Week Starts Today!

    See also: Beer Week Shows S.F.'s Fantastic Potential as a Beer Town Your Comprehensive Guide to Beer WeekOne thing that most people try to seek out at least once is Pliny the Younger, the rare triple IPA that Russian River released this morning (some...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on February 7, 2014 @ 2:00 pm
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    Drink of the Week: The Declaration at Starbelly

    The Declaration cocktail The stigma associated with low-alcohol cocktails may be coming to an end thanks to bars that are creating the drinks out of choice, not necessity. Places like Brass Tacks, Bergerac, and Range devote subsections of their me...

    @ SFoodie by Lou Bustamante on February 7, 2014 @ 12:32 pm
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    Crush Cupid This Year: Where to Book Valentine's Day Dinner

    Yes, it's almost Valentine's Day -- again. Instead of throwing together a last-minute homemade "lasagna" and trying to convince your partner that it was your plan the whole time, kill it this year by making a reservation and allowing the restaurant t...

    @ SFoodie by Alyssa Jaffer on February 7, 2014 @ 8:00 am
  • La Nebbia: Noe Valley's New Italian Wine Bar is Goddamn Charming

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    La Nebbia: Noe Valley's New Italian Wine Bar is Goddamn Charming

    The cured pork at La Nebbia comes in thick, supple, deep-red curls, a generous ribbon of pure fat running along the side that dissolves on the tongue. I tried a slice of 24-month aged prosciutto from Parma, the Italian region famous for it, and was ...

    by Anna Roth on March 19, 2014
  • House of Bagels: Enter the Cragel

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    House of Bagels: Enter the Cragel

    A native of Rockland County, N.Y., co-owner Jenny Puente holds Bagel Boys of Suffern, N.Y. as her favorite bagel shop. (After her own, that is). To glib New Yorkers who parrot the myth that California bagels can't measure up because there's "somethi...

    by Pete Kane on March 19, 2014
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Just the Crust: Laying the Foundation for New S.F. Pizza Shops Just the Crust: Laying the Foundation for New S.F. Pizza Shops

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Chances are, most of us have enjoyed our fair share of fast food burgers, whether they be the objects of a late-night McDonald's craving (don't deny it) or the lauded… More >>

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Fogbelt Brewing Company has opened the tap, introducing a few new microbrews to the Bay Area craft beer scene. This 2-month-old Santa Rosa brewery and taproom is as much a… More >>

Q&A With Nopa's Wine Director Lulu McAllister Q&A With Nopa's Wine Director Lulu McAllister

Lulu McAllister's curiosity has led her to establish her own ice cream food cart in San Diego, work on a farm in Hawaii, and cover the music scene as a… More >>

Distillations: Improvisations on a Theme at Les Joulins Jazz Bistro Distillations: Improvisations on a Theme at Les Joulins Jazz Bistro

Les Joulins Jazz Bistro makes a great nightcap: Take a date there after the-thing-you're-ostensibly-doing is over, put a cheap drink in her hand, let her be stunned by the live… More >>

Recent Openers April 16-22, 2014

Cantina Verde: FiDi workers have a new lunch option with this healthy, fast-casual Mexican spot. Fill up on burritos, tacos, bowls, or salads with carne asada, chicken, pork, roast veggies,… More >>

Kin Khao: Upscale Thai Tries to Sort Out Its Identity on Your Tongue Kin Khao: Upscale Thai Tries to Sort Out Its Identity on Your Tongue

Location can make or break a restaurant, or so the conventional thinking goes. It's not a factor I consider much in a place like S.F., where high-end food can be… More >>

The Galley: Next-Level Dive Bar Grub The Galley: Next-Level Dive Bar Grub

When I walked into Clooney's Pub at noon, no one at the bar turned around to check the door. The regulars had long since taken their seats at the bar,… More >>

Marla Bakery: A Breakfast Sandwich Worth Waking Up For Marla Bakery: A Breakfast Sandwich Worth Waking Up For

Eggs, bread, and cheese: These are the minimum components to a simple breakfast sandwich. Add a little salty piggy protein or a vegetable for complexity and you're going above and… More >>

SRO: Tiny New FiDi Bar Goes Big on Cocktails SRO: Tiny New FiDi Bar Goes Big on Cocktails

The shift towards ever-more-baroque mixology in ever-tinier surroundings hits a new high in SRO, a cash-only venue-within-a-venue that one may enter from gritty Washburn Alley in SOMA or through Oddjob.… More >>

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