A guy wearing a black hoodie, flat-brimmed baseball hat and baggy jeans walked up to Whiz Burgers Drive-In on a warm Sunday night. His head was down as he focused on several wrinkled dollar bills...
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Philip Lesser walks through the 99-year-old building on Mission Street that Vanguard Properties transformed in 2005 from a bank into its headquarters. He likes stopping here to talk to agents and admire the renovations — the...
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Meet Robert Patterson, Stefan Roesh and chef Takahiro Hori, the Ken Ken Ramen team.
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For my birthday last year, I went to Foreign Cinema. I spent the evening sipping champagne cocktails and laughing until my face hurt enjoying the company of two of my best girlfriends. Aside from the...
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And so I threw parties. Fifteen years ago I was throwing one a month. Ten years ago I was throwing one a week. Then, six years ago, I opened my own restaurant.
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Mission Loc@l visits the new Wine Bar at 24th and Valencia. En Español
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The Mission Street jazz supper club features live music six nights a week and some ridiculously tasty food innovations.
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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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Mission Eyes finds France on Valencia Street. By MARNETTE FEDERIS and STEFANIA ROUSSELLE