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Chino Combines Two of San Francisco's Greatest Loves: Chinese Food and Mixology Chino Combines Two of San Francisco's Greatest Loves: Chinese Food and Mixology

Dumplings and cocktails. That's the elevator pitch for Chino, the new "Chinese-y" restaurant at 16th and Guerrero from the folks behind Tacolicious. The idea was born years ago in a… More >>

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 >>

The Palm House: High-End Frozen Margaritas and Caribbean Fusion in the Marina The Palm House: High-End Frozen Margaritas and Caribbean Fusion in the Marina

The Marina's new Palm House has the most attractive frozen slushie machine you've ever seen. The slushies circulate hypnotically in the porthole of a copper-fronted, wood-lined machine — and the… 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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