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 after his catering business picked up. It wasn’t until September that he decided to close everyday to focus exclusively on catering, which now makes up...
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.
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 they say candy is bad for you? Well, Kellogg’s recently took the kids’ side of the argument to sell Cocoa Krispies. A big, yellow banner...
The construction boom's end means immigrant workers have less money to eat out and taquerias need anglos to survive. By BETTY BASTIDAS
This time it's small, organic and home grown. By LYDIA CHÁVEZ
In which it becomes clear that hospital planning is more important -- and tortas more alluring -- than we ever knew.