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    Election Night Party at Rye Includes Negroni-Marinated Pork Butt Tacos

    INFORUM Election Party Where: Rye, 688 Geary (at Leavenworth), 474-4448 When: Tues., Nov. 6, 5:30 p.m. Cost: Food and drinks $8 and under The rundown: There are a lot of places around San Francisco where it would be fun (or, um, heartbreaking) to w...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on November 6, 2012 @ 3:10 pm
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    Hey, Cookie! Brings Homemade Treats When & Where You Want Them

    When Hey, Cookie! owner Christa Hill walked into the room dressed in a costume that resembled a cross between vintage Cinderella and Dorothy and smelling of all kinds of cookie dough, she most certainly turned a few heads. Christa started her adventu...

    @ SFoodie by Bay Ewald on November 6, 2012 @ 1:00 pm
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    Food Truck Bite of the Week: Bacon Burger at Bacon Bacon

    Our weekly bite explores the city's food trucks, one at a time, highlighting our favorite mobile dishes and snacks. The Truck: Bacon Bacon The Cuisine: Bacon-laced comfort food Specialty Items: Bacon Bouquet, Bacon Burger Worth the Wait in Line? At ...

    @ SFoodie by Lou Bustamante on November 6, 2012 @ 12:30 pm
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    Buy Salsa, Support Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

    Sounds like a win-win situation to us: On November 11 (Sunday), Papalote will donate 50% of the sales of its famous Roasted Tomato Salsa to raise money for Hurricane Sandy victims. Owners Miguel and Victor Escobedo and Jodi Hernandez all feel a stron...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on November 6, 2012 @ 12:23 pm
  • Eiji: Finding New Year's Solace in Homey Japanese Cooking

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    Eiji: Finding New Year's Solace in Homey Japanese Cooking

    We've come to the time of reckoning when we must atone for our sins of holiday over-indulgence. Seeking an antidote to the culinary three-ring circus of December, I headed to Eiji, a tiny Japanese restaurant on the edge of the Castro known for its h...

    by Anna Roth on January 9, 2013
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    Recent Openers

    A weekly listing of new dining spots around town. To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats. 4505 Meats Butcher Shop: 1909 Mission (at 15th St.), 255-3094, 4505meats.com. Mission. Butcher shop. The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen: 2400 Harrison, t...

    on January 9, 2013
  • Food Trucks: Lessons From a Year Eating Out

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    Food Trucks: Lessons From a Year Eating Out

    Kicking off a new year of food truckin' merits a quick look back at what eating at more than 20 mobile vendors for our weekly examination in SFoodie has taught us. Our exploration of the truck scene has yielded more than a few surprises, though than...

    by Lou Bustamante on January 9, 2013
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    Bacon S.F.: Eating the City's Best

    We kicked off 2013 with a Bloody Mary and a side of slow-cooked brown sugar bacon at Foreign Cinema. Man, that bacon is good, thick-cut and sweet and salty at the same time, with these delicious sugary crispy bits at the ends. It was delicious warm ...

    by Anna Roth on January 9, 2013
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    Adventures of the Radish That Looks Like a Man

    Between the election and the super storm, this has been a pretty serious week in the news world. Thank god for Japanese farmer @konsai_umemama, who, upon discovering a daikon radish in his field that looked like a running person, decided to photograp...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on November 5, 2012 @ 2:25 pm
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    Off the Grid Returns to Front & Vallejo

    In its continuing quest to take over the world (not that we mind), Off the Grid has re-opened its lunchtime market near Levi's Plaza after a five-month hiatus. We stopped by the food truck gathering at Vallejo and Front to check out the scene and get...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on November 5, 2012 @ 1:20 pm
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    Vegan Butterfingers, Election Night Get-Down, and Holiday Loaf News!

    The big news this week is both Gardein and Trader Joe's have come out with vegan Thanksgiving "loafs" of sorts. You better make your pro and con lists now because you can get BOTH of these AND a Field Roast loaf! Or you totally can and be awesome. ...

    @ SFoodie by Megan Rascal on November 5, 2012 @ 10:35 am
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    Class Alert! Master Turkey and Other Thanksgiving Basics

    Turkey Basics Where: Salumeria, 3000 20th St. (at Florida), 471-2998 When: Sun., Nov. 11 and Sun., Nov. 18, 6:30 p.m. Cost: $100 (purchase in advance via Brown Paper Tickets) The rundown: Chef Thomas McNaughton (Flour + Water, Central Kitchen) brea...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on November 5, 2012 @ 10:15 am
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    The Dapper Diner Eats His Way Through ANZU's 25th Anniversary Menu

    1987 was an interesting year -- gas was under a dollar, the world population was nearing five billion, the stock market crashed, a storm of hurricane-like power hit Southern England killing two dozen, The Simpsons started airing as shorts on The Trac...

    @ SFoodie by The Dapper Diner on November 5, 2012 @ 9:30 am
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    Elvis Honored in the Bacon-y King Cookie

    The King cookie by Market & Rye. The two locations of chef Ryan Scott's eatery Market & Rye are known for having creative desserts such as endless remixes of Twinkies and fully loaded cookies like the Kitchen Sink, which carries an arsenal of pret...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on November 5, 2012 @ 9:15 am
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    Three Things I Learned When I Started Researching Proposition 37

    Nearly 90% of corn grown in the U.S. is genetically modified. By now you've probably heard that a major food fight is going down on the state ballot on Tuesday. If passed, Proposition 37 would require a label on any genetically engineered foods an...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on November 4, 2012 @ 8:15 pm
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    Good For the Wallet, Good for the Glass: Talking Holiday Wines With Bi-Rite's Trac Le

    Trac Le of Bi-Rite Market There are fine wines. And then there are the ones to bust out on a near-daily basis: end of the day. Your widescreen TV is glowing. Maybe your friends are headed over. Or you decided to cozy up with that furry pet of your...

    @ SFoodie by Mary Ladd on November 2, 2012 @ 4:40 pm
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    Macademics Equals Nuts Worth Studying

    Macademics is more than a catchy marketing name, it's the study of some of the best macadamia nuts available in North America. The 74-year-old Brazilian company has recently set up a local sales office in Belvedere to distribute its fleur de sel-kiss...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on November 2, 2012 @ 3:45 pm
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    Meet Smitten Kitchen's Deb Perelman This Sunday

    See also: - Out the Door: Admire the Cookbook, Eat at the Restaurant - Profile: Celia Sack, Cookbook Queen - New Cookbook Explores California's Culinary Past Flipping through, The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is one of those books where everything sound...

    @ SFoodie by Anna Roth on November 2, 2012 @ 1:00 pm
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    Mendocino Beer, Wine & Mushroom Festival Starts Today

    Mendocino Beer, Wine & Mushroom Festival Where: Locations throughout Mendocino County (check here for full festival schedule) When: Nov. 2-11 Cost: Varies, but many events are free The rundown: If you're considering a road trip up to Mendocino Coun...

    @ SFoodie by Tamara Palmer on November 2, 2012 @ 11:00 am
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    Drink of the Week: Sipping the Lands End at Rich Table

    It wasn't until I sat at the bar at Rich Table that I realized a restaurant could have an old soul. At a mere four months old, the place hums with such effortless vigor, you'd be forgiven for thinking the place had been around for years. The service ...

    @ SFoodie by Lou Bustamante on November 2, 2012 @ 10:40 am
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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

There are two kinds of people when it comes to pizza: those who place an inordinate amount of importance on the crust, and everyone else. I'm squarely in the former… More >>

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 >>

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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