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The Broken Record balances itself nicely along the fence between low-brow and highbrow cultures: tattooed bartenders, indie/alt-rock on the stereo, and cheap... More »
Some of S.F.'s best barbecue is on offer at this delightful al fresco spot overlooking the Golden Gate Park Golf Course in the Outer Richmond, with a large... More »
Some of the best barbecue in San Francisco, served in a room in which you actually want to linger (unlike most local barbecue spots) - what's not to... More »
This Lower Haight eatery, self-identified as the home of "swine dining," features long-smoked pork, brisket, ribs (both pork and beef), fried... More »
Despite the name, this isn't, strictly speaking, a barbecue place, though barbecue chicken and ribs are main elements of the limited menu. The chicken and... More »
With moderately priced (and heavily poured) drinks, a sprawling patio, and an intimate stage in a side room, this Mission District destination is a keystone of... More »
Hyde Away Blues BBQ is a cash-only Southern restaurant located in the Tenderloin between Ellis Street and O'Farrell. It is run by the Mayfield family... More »
Burger hunger games generally start with the basics: Find red meat between bread. Provenance of the meat, prep method, and fat content are open for debate — wide, wide open — and texture is ever important. Eyes are politely averted from folks who insist on "protein-style" (sans bun) or order medium-well on this quest.
Of late in the Mission, the best burger is not a...
So our obsession with all things local has come to this: Northern California-style barbecue.
When I first heard the term applied to the Mission's new Hi-Lo BBQ, I rolled my eyes. My crew of dinner companions, barbecue fanatics the lot of them, did the same. Even though it seems like every other new restaurant is "Northern Californian" these days — and even though I (and every...
Saying the porchetta sandwich from Roli Roti is good is like saying puppies are cute or soda has bubbles. The sandwich, made since 2006, is responsible for those snaking lines at the Ferry Building stretching past Gott's outdoor seating, and has ascended past the subjective analysis and into objective. If you like pork, the porchetta sandwich ($9.50, rotisserie cooked porchetta, caramelized...
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I went here for lunch last Saturday. Super tasty! I had the beef lunch special and my friend had the chicken. The beef was definitely better, but both were good. It came with a side of rice and veggies, like pickled cucumber, sweet radishes, and kimchi. If you love Korean BBQ this is the spot!Read Full Review
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