One of the most beloved Mexican food restaurants in the Mission, La Oaxaqueña, has reopened after an eight-month hiatus. The owner, Harry Persaud, said he started intermittently closing the restaurant during weekdays in July 2011...
Don't feel like cooking? Eat out.
Beer, tacos and sex workers--there's more for sale on Mission street after dark than drinks and good food.
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Today it’s about food. Food suitable for the President. Food that cures anxiety. Hell, food that battles swine flu. You know how when you’re a kid you think your parents are full of it when...
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The construction boom's end means immigrant workers have less money to eat out and taquerias need anglos to survive. By BETTY BASTIDAS
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This time it's small, organic and home grown. By LYDIA CHÁVEZ
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In which it becomes clear that hospital planning is more important -- and tortas more alluring -- than we ever knew.