Tag Archives: Bi-Rite Market

Love in the Middle Ages

I  hear a lot of carping about Click City, the SF Chronicle’s new  fiction series.  My favorite is still Love in the Middle Ages by Sandra Salmans, which we first published on October 24, 2009.  Click City’s characters are younger, but simply not as funny as the middle-aged heroine here.  For those of you who missed Love in the Middle Ages, here...

Wednesday Foodie Edition

After a long wait at Phil’z today, we finally got our hands on some of the first issues of Panorama to hit the streets. The Guardian has the rundown, and special congratulations to Patricia Decker, who’s investigative report on the massive replacement of the Bay Bridge runs on page one and is available online at the Public Press, here. Apparently...

The Beginning of a Cold Wet Weekend?

Last night was cold and wet, and it looks like unfortunately for the numerous shows, sales and block parties scheduled for this weekend, things are expected to stay that way. A hot mug of Four Barrel coffee and a nice grilled reindeer steak might help keep you warm, fortunately both are now available at Bi-Rite. Mmm…venison. (Hat tip to Kat...

Solve mysteries or get a free easel!

First things first, I hope everyone had a safe and happy palindrome day yesterday — 01022010. (Thanks, infodiva.) If you start to notice more penny-pinching out-of-towners crowding your favorite taqueria, Bi-Rite or Tartine, blame the Los Angeles Times Travel blog post that came out yesterday. The Mission might not hold the top tourist destinations, but it apparently took top honors...

Bi-Rite Creamery Will Hibernate for 2 Weeks

En Español CAFE LA BOHEME  6 AM  Good Morning Mission District! The current temperature at 24th and Mission is a crisp 49 degrees Farenheit, with a  coolish fog hanging overhead.  Rain not in the forecast .  Question whether to go back to the Che Guevara for the second morning.  It is deep, strong, fragrant; something you might drink one morning...

HISTORY: 17 Reasons Remembered

“When I came to San Francisco, I saw that fantastic sign…with no explanation but it was enough for me,” wrote Glen Mehn in a 2002 letter to the city protesting the removal of the icon. “I knew where I wanted to live…in the Mission, close to that sign.” Read the Full Story HERE.