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  • Hog Island Oyster Co.: Closing Ferry Building Outpost Temporarily to Expand

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    Hog Island Oyster Co.: Closing Ferry Building Outpost Temporarily to Expand

    You'll have to find a new source for your Hog Island Sweetwaters for the next few months. The oyster company has closed its Ferry Building doors briefly while it expands to the area across the hallway, formerly housing Ferry Plaza Seafood. This i...

    by Anna Roth on January 15, 2014
  • Distillations: Third Rail Has Lots of Potential, Once the New Bar Smell Wears Off

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    Distillations: Third Rail Has Lots of Potential, Once the New Bar Smell Wears Off

    I've ordered the drink special, which is some kind of modified Mai Tai. Jimmy has ordered "Let us make you something tasty!" from the non-alcoholic section on the menu. "I feel like I'm just too happy," Jimmy says, grinning. "Like some day somebo...

    by Benjamin Wachs on January 15, 2014
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    Recent Openers January 15-21, 2014

    Rare Barrel: A new brewery dedicated to sour beer opens in Berkeley. The tasting room housed inside the production facility, with its 10 beer taps, is open on Fridays and Saturdays, and also offers sandwiches and salads. 940 Parker, Berkeley, (510) ...

    by Staff, SF Weekly on January 15, 2014
  • Saru Sushi: Neighborhood Favorite Quietly Excels

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    Saru Sushi: Neighborhood Favorite Quietly Excels

    There's been a flurry of excellent Japanese spots opening in the city lately -- Roka Akor's refined sushi and robata grill, Maruya's critically acclaimed omakase, the intriguing Japanese home-cooking at Berkeley's Isayare. The sound and fury of new...

    by Anna Roth on January 8, 2014
  • Novela: Meet the Character-Driven Cocktails

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    Novela: Meet the Character-Driven Cocktails

    Every place has a story. Consider Novela, the literary-themed SoMa bar started by the powerhouse duo of Alex Smith (Gitane, Honor Bar) and Kate Bolton (Maven, Michael Mina). With Bolton no longer involved in the project and Smith focused on the bar'...

    by Lou Bustamante on January 8, 2014
  • Farley's: Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Sandwiches

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    Farley's: Come for the Coffee, Stay for the Sandwiches

    Farley's keeps a low profile. Despite a claim to the best parklet in the East Bay, a reputable coffee program, and a golden-hearted philanthropic emphasis, the spot doesn't make a lot of fuss. But that's the charm of it. As the third wave continues ...

    by Molly Gore on January 8, 2014
  • Distillations: Livin' It Up at the Hotel Utah

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    Distillations: Livin' It Up at the Hotel Utah

    What did you do for New Year's? Print deadlines march to an indifferent drummer, so the question is still theoretical at the moment I'm writing this. I'm one of those people who takes more delight in the vast field of possibilities a city like...

    by Benjamin Wachs on January 8, 2014
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    SF Weekly Recent Openers January 8-14, 2014

    Great China: Rising from the ashes after a destructive fire two years ago, this Berkeley Chinese restaurant has reopened a block from its original location. Classic Chinese-American food is still the focus -- walnut prawns, Peking duck, stir-fried c...

    by Staff, SF Weekly on January 8, 2014
  • TBD: Mid-Market Restaurant Live Up to Its Namelessness

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    TBD: Mid-Market Restaurant Live Up to Its Namelessness

    The name is the first annoying thing about TBD. It's meant as a reflection of the restaurant's "to be determined" philosophy, claims the menu -- which, like most in town, is based on seasonal, local ingredients and changes regularly. But the problem...

    by Anna Roth on January 1, 2014
  • Green Juice: Trendy, Expensive, and Here to Help

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    Green Juice: Trendy, Expensive, and Here to Help

    Well, it's that time of year again. Your New Year's resolution to eat healthy is on your mind and you're still feeling motivated enough (i.e., overwhelmingly guilty about all of your past sins of indulgence) to follow through with it. And nothing pr...

    by Ashley Goldsmith on January 1, 2014
  • Aria Korean American Snack Bar: Hidden in Plain Sight

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    Aria Korean American Snack Bar: Hidden in Plain Sight

    I'm taking a deep breath as I write this, because if there is one hole-in-the-wall in San Francisco that I genuinely (and completely selfishly) don't want to become popular, it's Aria. This tiny, ugly, clumsily laid out, two-table "Korean American S...

    by Pete Kane on January 1, 2014
  • Distillations: Bohemianland at The Social Study

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    Distillations: Bohemianland at The Social Study

    There are few things in this world more interesting than watching someone hit on a bartender. At least the liquor distributor in a suit sitting next to me at the Social Study knew her. There was a poignant quality to his longing, trying to be her...

    by Benjamin Wachs on January 1, 2014
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    Recent Openers January 1-7, 2014

    Alta CA: Daniel Patterson has brought market-driven, region-specific dishes to mid-Market in a new restaurant named after a 19th century newspaper. House specialties include Pacific black cod with broccoli, black garlic, and dumplings. Full bar serv...

    by Staff, SF Weekly on January 1, 2014
  • S.F. Dishes of 2013: The Best Things We Ate This Year

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    S.F. Dishes of 2013: The Best Things We Ate This Year

    When you eat out professionally, your meals tend to run together. I ate hundreds of breakfasts, lunches, and dinners in San Francisco restaurants over the past year -- some great, some terrible, most of them somewhere in between. But within those, t...

    by Anna Roth on December 25, 2013
  • S.F. Drinks of 2013: The Best Things We Drank This Year

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    S.F. Drinks of 2013: The Best Things We Drank This Year

    Another year, another round of drinks polished off. This year in cocktails was an interesting one. It was the year when low-alcohol drinks crossed over from something you drank after surgery to legitimate options on a lot more bar menus. It was t...

    by Lou Bustamante on December 25, 2013
  • Schroeder's Is the Pleasure Dome

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    Schroeder's Is the Pleasure Dome

    I'm sitting in the vast beer hall Schroeder's, drinking an absurd amount of dark German ale from a glass boot, the way San Franciscans have done since the place opened in 1893. I'm not here to describe it to you; I'm here to say goodbye. Schroeder's...

    by Benjamin Wachs on December 25, 2013
  • House of Prime Rib: A Festival of Meat

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    House of Prime Rib: A Festival of Meat

    Everyone is happy at House of Prime Rib. Probably because most of the gussied-up families and couples gathered in the old-fashioned, wood-paneled dining rooms are celebrating something: birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, promotions, bonuses, gradua...

    by Anna Roth on December 18, 2013
  • Third Rail: S.F.'s First Jerky Bar

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    Third Rail: S.F.'s First Jerky Bar

    S.F. has a new bar dedicated to ... jerky. Last week in the Dogpatch, the Third Rail opened its doors with a menu featuring nine kinds of jerky -- made of tender-chewy beef, pork, and even a surprisingly interesting vegetable version. The spot is in...

    by Mary Ladd on December 18, 2013
  • Umami Burger: S.F.'s New $65 Burger

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    Umami Burger: S.F.'s New $65 Burger

    If you have too much money left over after the rent on your NEMA apartment clears, Umami Burger in SoMa has released its M.N.O. (Money's No Object) burger as part of its annual truffle menu. Along with the slew of high rises breaking ground near ...

    by Rhys Alvarado on December 18, 2013
  • Libby Jane Cafe: Back Way to Brenda's Biscuits

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    Libby Jane Cafe: Back Way to Brenda's Biscuits

    Anyone who's a fan of Brenda's French Soul Food -- basically a subset of humans synonymous with "people who enjoy all that is glorious about being alive, and who also have the patience to wait an hour and forty-five minutes for a table" -- will be d...

    by Pete Kane on December 18, 2013
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Food Fight: Which Side of the Bay Makes a Better Burger? Food Fight: Which Side of the Bay Makes a Better Burger?

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 >>

Fog Belt Brewing Company: Hoppy Beers in Santa Rosa Fog Belt Brewing Company: Hoppy Beers in Santa Rosa

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 >>

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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