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Dining, Eat West of Pecos: Southwestern Food Is Deliciously Back

West of Pecos: Southwestern Food Is Deliciously Back

Didn't the Bay Area's Southwestern food fad blow away a long time ago, like a lone desert tumbleweed in the wind? In 1986, Alice Waters protégé Mark Miller left his Santa Fe Bar and Grill and bolted for the real…
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Dining, SFoodie Bar Agricole: California Redux

Bar Agricole: California Redux

It's been trendy in some quarters to bash the pure product of Bay Area foodism, all that minimal tweaking of ingredients, the short jog from farm to table, and a cookbook shelf that makes an even shorter walk from Elizabeth…
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Dining, Eat Hibiscus: Caribbean that's unconventional but awfully good

Hibiscus: Caribbean that's unconventional but awfully good

As much as I never turn down a meal at Zuni, Camino, or Nopa, it's something of a relief to read the menu at Hibiscus in Oakland. There are no burgers. No pizzas. No wood-fire-roasted meats with preserved lemons or…
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Five places to eat oysters in San Francisco

Swan's Oyster Depot 1517 Polk (at California), 673-1101 Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Opened in 1912, Swan's is essentially a fish market with a long marble bar and 20 stools. You'll have to wait in line for a while to get…
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Dining, Eat Eating With Lisa

Eating With Lisa

Lisa was always my best eating partner; she was willing to go anywhere and try anything, as long as I said the magic words: "I'll drive." (We had a running joke that whenever I was on deadline and begged her…
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