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Some of the city's most inventive and delectable sandwiches and salads are assembled at an unprepossessing lunch counter, Pal's Takeaway, tucked into a corner... More »
From the outside, Roxie looks like your average neighborhood corner liquor store. And it does sell the usual dairy and snack... More »
Every San Francisco neighborhood wishes it had a deli like Rossi's. Out of its tiny storefront issue coffee, bagels, bus passes, lottery tickets, and an... More »
The classic San Francisco Italian deli has been slicing up coppa, salame, mortadella, and prosciutto since 1896 (since 1913 at its present... More »
This is the place for aficionados of huge, messy, dripping, heated submarine sandwiches. The menu board is overwhelming, with dozens of eccentric... More »
Truly Mediterranean specializes in huge, freshly made wrap sandwiches: stretchy lavosh filled with falafel, lamb or chicken shawarma, or charbroiled... More »
East meets west at this authentically nondescript New York-style deli, where the usual suspects -- chopped liver, smoked herring, and pastrami... More »
This venerable (since 1938) San Francisco eatery off Union Square has been thoughtfully refurbished (vintage tile floors, real antiques, mellow... More »
Cheeseburgers and shakes ordered at a classic burger-shop window and eaten at old picnic tables on Taylor's huge, shady back lawn are the drill at this... More »
After a half-century of doing business as Taylor's Automatic Refresher, a stand-alone hamburger stand in the Napa Valley, new owners set up a branch of... More »
Into the tiny space formerly occupied by juice bar Corazon comes Mission Picnic, a sandwich shop that, unbelievably, doesn't cattle-prod bacon straight into every sandwich. In fact, you might say Mission Picnic is, by Valencia Street's standards, practically conservative.
The Hainan Chicken — pulled garlic chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, cilantro, scallion spread and...
Sometimes before I go to bed I like to play a clip of Andrea Bocelli singing Elmo a lullaby. Elmo doesn't want to go to sleep, because he is still excited about his day and all the playing that he did with his friends, but Bocelli gently prods him to close his eyes and give in to his weariness. It always brings a tear to my eye.
Elmo can be grating to certain cold souls, but to the...
At 331 Cortland, the small culinary market at the top of Bernal Heights, the five burgeoning businesses in the narrow space are all in it together. Salmon-and-cream-cheese piroshki from Anda Piroshki use house-cured lox from Paulie's Pickling. Paulie's gets many of the pickling spices from the
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