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This charming small cafe, sister to fancy Absinthe down the street, has an especially pleasant large outdoor garden space with tree-shaded tables tucked... More »
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 »
San Francisco's most renowned and proletarian example of French-Vietnamese cuisine is served from behind the counter of a bare-bones Tenderloin... More »
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 »
This tiny takeout-only spot is a side project of Dennis Leary, the gifted chef who personally cooks every meal served at his compact restaurant, Canteen. The... More »
A onetime ironworks/machine shop has been reconceived into a retro-industrial dining option for SOMA's hungry white-collar worker bees. Open all day, the kitchen... More »
The classic San Francisco Italian deli has been slicing up coppa, salame, mortadella, and prosciutto since 1896 (since 1913 at its present... More »
Outfitted in bric-a-brac, the Pig and Whistle's ornaments embody the cozy character of a traditional pub. Brass trinkets, old spoons, and metalwork are... More »
Sitting at one of Mocca's sidewalk tables, aperitif in hand, is the next best thing to a jaunt to Paris, especially when you complement the Dubonnet with... More »
This is the place for aficionados of huge, messy, dripping, heated submarine sandwiches. The menu board is overwhelming, with dozens of eccentric... 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...
Bacon, sausage, fried eggs. At first glance, the description of Deli Board's BK sandwich ($11) doesn't exactly provoke visions of a sexy brunch. In fact, upon delivery to a rickety sidewalk table, this breakfast appears downright ghastly. A unification of yolk, melted American cheese and Board sauce (think spicy Russian dressing) flows onto the sandwich's brown-paper wrapper like a pale...
The heavy metal lifestyle has never been about restraint. Brass Knuckle, the heavy metal tribute food truck, unapologetically lives the same way: sex, drugs, and deep-fried foods.
The truck is the domain of Shellie Kitchen (possibly not her real name), who earned her chops on the line in fine dining restaurants after quitting her corporate day job to attend culinary school. The...
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