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Dining, Eat Cedar Hill Kitchen + Smokehouse: Barbecue That's Often Aces

Cedar Hill Kitchen + Smokehouse: Barbecue That's Often Aces

One piece of advice for those of you who go to Cedar Hill: Dress down. Smoke, tinged with spice and meat, bathes diners from the first step through the front door until the second post-meal shower. The aroma, freshened up…
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Calendar, Night&Day Forget Shelter, Gimme Asylum

Forget Shelter, Gimme Asylum

Texas is a cradle of civilization. After all, the Lone Star State gave the world Bob Wills, Wes Anderson, Danny Elfman, the Butthole Surfers, and the Asylum Street Spankers. The Spankers' god wore dungarees, a spiked leather wristband, and hepcat…
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Dining, Eat High and Low

High and Low

Haight may be my favorite shopping street in the city, chockablock with bookstores both new and used, gift shops where you can find $2 tchotchkes and thousand-dollar robots, clothing stores where you can find fancy-label $400 jeans, and others with…
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Dining, Eat A Saucy Tasteoff

A Saucy Tasteoff

Where's the best barbecue in San Francisco? That's a loaded question. People not only have radically different criteria for "best," reflecting different levels of smoke, fat, and so on; they use the umbrella term "barbecue" when they really mean a…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Barbecue

The second you open the door to Memphis Minnie's, you're hit with sensory overload. The screaming yellow walls and red trim nearly make you squint, while the overwhelming smell of barbecue is enough to give you, well, let's just call…
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