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No More Kaffir Limes: An End to Citrus-Based Racism No More Kaffir Limes: An End to Citrus-Based Racism

People of a certain age may remember back to a time when Brazil nuts were blithely called "nigger toes." Now, or at least until recently, there was a lime that… More >>

1058 Hoagie Reopens as Rye Project 1058 Hoagie Reopens as Rye Project

SOMA lunchers, take note: The nabe has another worthy sandwich shop. Proprietor Adam Mesnick, also of the Deli Board, changed up the concept of his sub shop a few weeks… More >>

Distillations: Green Fairy Tales at Absinthe Distillations: Green Fairy Tales at Absinthe

I haven't seen Eric for months — maybe half a year. He looks just the same, making me wonder if I've changed at all. He's found the last free table… More >>

Recent Openers July 23-29, 2014

Causwells: The Marina bistro's New American menu includes popcorn, baby kale Caesar salad with polenta croutons, doughnut bread pudding, and a hefty wine and craft beer list. 2346 Chestnut, 447-6081,… More >>

Yamo's House Noodles: Sometimes Less Is More Yamo's House Noodles: Sometimes Less Is More

Yamo's House Noodle with Beef is a simple dish with just a few ingredients. But sometimes less truly is more. Fresh egg noodles are boiled to order and are cooked just… More >>

Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer Speakeasy Celebrates 17 Years of Beer

Vinos rejoice ... sort of. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on July 8 allowing patrons to participate in wine tastings at farmers markets offered by winemakers who bottle their… More >>

Wine Tastings Now Allowed at Farmers Markets

Vinos rejoice ... sort of. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on July 8 allowing patrons to participate in wine tastings at farmers markets offered by winemakers who bottle their… More >>

Distillations: Exploring the Transitory Nature of Life at The Interval Distillations: Exploring the Transitory Nature of Life at The Interval

A recluse named Noah bumped into me at a party. "You must really love nightlife, right?" he said. "Parties, bars?" "Well ... sure," I said, desperately hoping he wasn't going to… More >>

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