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This small, popular breakfast-and-lunch spot sometimes boasts a line-up, waiting to claim a spot for one of its excellent breakfasts or homey lunches. The... More »
This small chain has parlayed a simple and admirable formula - interesting, seasonal, eclectic food, well-prepared and affordable - into four busy, useful... More »
Bruno's mid-century retro decor may be reminiscent of the Rat Pack era, but the bar's nocturnal patrons don't come here to indulge in loungey nostalgia -- they line... More »
This inexpensive American eatery on the Embarcadero is the hospitality arm of the well-known Delancey Street Foundation, which helps ex-cons and... More »
The second location of the Haight's original Pork Store Cafe is much larger - you'll have no trouble getting a table here. Also only open for breakfast and... More »
This venerable (since 1938) San Francisco eatery off Union Square has been thoughtfully refurbished (vintage tile floors, real antiques, mellow... More »
Cozy, slightly eccentric, semicountrified breakfast/brunch and lunch place in Dogpatch, with a vast array of breakfast choices (available as long as the... More »
Classic all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch buffet is served up in the beautifully refurbished surroundings of the Palace Hotel, a 130-year-old landmark. Quality is... More »
Exquisitely prepared exotic teas (there are dozens to choose from) and clever collations to accompany them are the raison d'oȘtre of this charming corner... More »
The weekend brunch at Café des Amis serves up a wide array of savory bites — $1 oysters, various salads, soups, and charcuterie — and more substantial entrees, including three types of mussel dishes, omelets, and sandwiches like a croque monsieur and burger. But...
The bar at Chow is my own private Idaho. It also offers many escape hatches from my little fiefdom in the form of the F, the J, various buses, and the underground Muni station at Church. Just like gangsters never sit with their back to the door, I never drink where I can't flee at the drop of a...
Here's a fact: "Noe" is Spanish for Noah. And yea though the upper-middle-class progressives came in two by two, each couple laden with golden retrievers and French bulldogs. Their baby carriages alit on Mount Duboce, their young supped of organic fruit, their animals frolicked and jumped, and it was a good thing that the Lord had made, if you could afford the property taxes.
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