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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Take a Look ― Best Of San Francisco 2011 Is All Wrapped Up

Posted By on Wed, May 18, 2011 at 2:27 PM

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It's done: Receipts for burgers and marrow-stuffed-squid have long been smoothed out and submitted, conversations about which Brazilian snack shop deserves a drive ― SF Weekly's Best of San Francisco 2011 issue is stacked in free boxes across town, scrollable in digital form, even iPhone downloadable. The picks in this year's Food & Drink and Bars & Clubs sections are by Weekly staff writers, blog editors, and our stable of freelance contributors. A few sidebars to seek out: Best Dishes Worth Hunting Down, by Jonathan Kauffman and me, Kauffman's Best Counter Dining, and our Best Food Trucks collaboration. Pick up a copy, bookmark it ― the issue represents a year's worth of critical judgment, a serious chunk of food budget, and an ego-shattering physical transformation from casually doughy to extra-plush.

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