For Sarah Agudo, “Where’s the beef?” isn’t nearly as important a question as “Where’s the beef from?” For the last year and a half, Agudo has been asking Mission District restaurants the second question, along...
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Tagged Golden Gate Meat Company, mapping, meat, Niman Ranch, restaurants
It’s 2:30 on a Monday afternoon and only two diners are enjoying the Indian-fusion street food at Curry Up Now, which opened on Valencia between 17th and 18th in February. “Business has been okay,” says...
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Tagged 24th street, calle 24, Curry Up Now, restaurants, Sous Beurre, valencia
In advance of the release of its 2013 Michelin Guide to San Francisco, the reviewing giant has revealed its picks for the Bay Area’s cheaper eats. Here’s who made the cut in the Mission:...
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Tagged bar bambino, bar tartine, bib gourmands, delfina, flour + water, Gajalee, michelin, mission, rating, restaurants, Slow Club
Although pupusas are a mainstay in her home country, Guerra didn’t learn how to make them until she moved to San Francisco several years ago.
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Tagged 24th street, alba guerra, latinos, mission district, pupusas, restaurants, salvadorian food, San Francisco, Sunrise restaurant
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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Elisabeth Prueitt and Chad Robertson, the husband-wife team who are chefs and co-owners of Tartine Bakery and Bar Tartine, talk about their favorite thing to eat in the Mission. What’s your favorite?
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Tagged bar tartine, Best thing I ate, chad robertson, chinese food, danny bowien, Elisabeth Prueitt, food, Mission Chinese, restaurants, Tartine Bakery
Fourteen hours later, Desi Danganan thought he had the perfect idea. He was wrong.
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Tagged cafes, Desi Danganan, Eddie Lau, i/o ventures, Poleng Lounge, restaurant openings, restaurants, small businesses, start-ups, The Summit, valencia street
But also home to many restaurants with high health department scores. En Español
Compared to Los Angeles, Sacramento, Portland and New York, SF eateries can hide their rat problems. En Español
Noe Valley residents weigh a proposal that could clear the way for more eateries. En Español
San Francisco restaurants and foodies are coming together to do their part in Haitian relief efforts. Tonight: Evil Jerk Cart will be at The Blue Macaw from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. It’s been a...
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A list of parties and places to eat on new year's eve in the Mission.
Mission restaurant owners find their health certifications spoiled. BY PATRICK KOLLMAN and ROSA RAMIREZ
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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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