Hiding in plain sight
Though it’s in the heart of downtown, it’s easy to miss.
It’s in an alley. The alley’s at the endView full post »
I learned a new word at Okane: ippin. It means small dishes or plates — Japanese tapas.
Ippin defines dining at Okane,View full post »
Now we understand …
No matter the day or time of day, whenever we pass Pacific Catch, it’s always jammed. To the gills.View full post »
Somehow, you don’t think of sushi in the middle of Mill Valley.
OK, we’re wrong.
Samurai serves up sushi asView full post »
A sign. It’s a sign of a good restaurant when, in good times and bad, weekdays and weekends, winter and summer, theView full post »
K’s Kitchen is sooo San Francisco.
If you’re visiting City College or hiking Glen Park, plan a meal at K’sView full post »
Let’s start with location, location, location. Yuzuki sits on the edge of a micro food zone in the Mission. Across theView full post »
Shabu Shabu (TR: swish, swish) is a traditional Japanese hot pot. Almost-paper-thin slices of meat are swished throughView full post »
We rate Louis’ Diner as the best ocean view and American bargain. That’s a winning combo.
If, afterView full post »
If you’re at the Moscone Center or in one of San Francisco’s museum districts (Third and Mission is flanked byView full post »
Brunch in San Francisco may be a wee bit different from the last time you took Mum brunching on Mother’s Day. This oneView full post »
Rápido y Delicioso
The knock on Mexican food in American restaurants is that every dish tastes the same. Tostados,View full post »
I know it seems impossible, but in famously expensive San Francisco, you get delicious Cal-Asian Fusion food, anView full post »
This is one of our favorites. Mexican fare at its best and what San Francisco eating is all about.
Papito Potrero is inView full post »
Tony’s Pizza Napoletana is run and spun by award-winning pizza maker, Tony Gemignani. The champ has only been inView full post »
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