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Dining, SFoodie A.G. Ferrari's Castro Location Closing Tomorrow

A.G. Ferrari's Castro Location Closing Tomorrow

Well, this is sad. Hoodline is reporting that A.G. Ferrari, the 96-year-old specialty grocer and sandwich shop with six locations in San Francisco and the East Bay, is closing its Castro Street location. It’s been there since 1998 and…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Italian Deli

Best Italian Deli There's no doubt that Lucca is the real deal: sawdust on the floors; weekly specials handwritten on butcher paper; cramped aisles stocked to the gills with imported pastas, tomato paste, biscotti, and bottles of fine Italian red…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Alice's Favorite Little Bites

We caught up with the peripatetic Ms. Waters during her brief visit to New York, where she was eating pasta at Lucca, ramps at Babbo, and innards at the Spotted Pig, in between jaunts to Italy to judge a food…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Artichoke Frittata

Lucca's looks satisfyingly like a movie set of a delicatessen for a Warner Bros. picture made in the '30s, so we're not surprised when we learn it's been in business since 1925. It's the kind of well-stocked place in which…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

Critics Anonymous? A few weeks ago, genial Jim Wood, food critic over at the Ex, acknowledged in his Wednesday column that "lert restaurateurs usually recognize me when I arrive." This isn't exactly shocking news: The paper publishes a color photograph…
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