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Dining, Eat Emmy's Spaghetti Shack: Boozy With a Chance of Meatballs

Emmy's Spaghetti Shack: Boozy With a Chance of Meatballs

Some restaurants are the culinary equivalent of Merchant & Ivory films, ruled by sumptuous set pieces and a rigid adherence to tradition. Some are like art-house flicks, all stripped down and avant-garde. And some are cult classics, intensely beloved by…
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News, The Snitch Pedestrian Bitch-Slaps Frustrated Driver in Parking Lot

Pedestrian Bitch-Slaps Frustrated Driver in Parking Lot

Public parking lots are kind of like adult sandboxes -- they're full of bullies who just don't respect you or your toys.We bring you an example of this from the Outer Mission, where a driver and a pedestrian got into…
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News, The Snitch Pedro Zaldana-Ortiz Accused of Killing Nelson Henriquez During Argument

Pedro Zaldana-Ortiz Accused of Killing Nelson Henriquez During Argument

Police say they have arrested Pedro Zaldana-Ortiz on suspicion of stabbing to death 25-year-old Nelson Henriquez during an argument in the Outer Mission last week. According to Sgt. Daryl Fong, homicide investigators located Zaldana-Ortiz on Sunday on the 1000 block…
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News, The Snitch Man Stabbed to Death in Outer Mission; Homicide No. 3

Man Stabbed to Death in Outer Mission; Homicide No. 3

A 25-year-old man was found dead last night in the Outer Mission neighborhood, making it San Francisco's third murder this year. According to San Francisco police, the man -- who has not yet been identified -- was found at about…
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News, The Snitch Muni Stabbing Leaves Teen in Critical Condition

Muni Stabbing Leaves Teen in Critical Condition

Update: Police say the two teens were riding the 14-line down Mission Street when they got into a fight. The bus drivers stopped, and at that point  the suspect stabbed the other teen twice in the chest. The victim is…
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Dining, SFoodie Goood Frikin' Chicken's Rotisserie Bird

Goood Frikin' Chicken's Rotisserie Bird

As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. All the tasty details after the jump.…
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Dining, SFoodie SFoodie's 92: Prahok from Angkor Borei

SFoodie's 92: Prahok from Angkor Borei

As a daily windup to the Weekly's Best of S.F. 2010 on May 19, we've teased out 92 of our favorite local dishes that taste like here. Number 56: Prahok from Angkor Borei Prahok is a fermented fish paste used…
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Dining, SFoodie Pre-Nap Pupusas: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Pre-Nap Pupusas: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Fri., Feb. 12, 2010There isn't a more pleasant place in San Francisco to eat pupusas than Balompie Cafe #3, a sunny cafe in the Outer Mission decorated sparsely in soccer memorabilia. There's often a man or two sitting at the…
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Dining, SFoodie Tomorrow in Kauffman: Notes from the Mission's Nicaraguan Strip

Tomorrow in Kauffman: Notes from the Mission's Nicaraguan Strip

In Wednesday's Eat, SF Weekly food critic Jonathan Kauffman reviews three Nicaraguan places in the Outer Mission: Oye! Managua, Las Tinajas, and Adelita's Cakes. Get a jump on tomorrow's review later today at SFWeekly.com. In the meantime, here's an excerpt…
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Dining, SFoodie The Outer Mission's Under-the-Radar Banh Mi

The Outer Mission's Under-the-Radar Banh Mi

While the Vietnamese restaurant Lotus Garden (3216 Mission at Fair) can be a fine spot for tea and a hot bowl of pho, it didn't really offer on-the-go lunch options. So owner Kathy Tang quietly started selling takeout-only banh late…
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Dining, SFoodie Scarfing Po'boys at The Front Porch

Scarfing Po'boys at The Front Porch

Po'boy lunches -- with or without a tall boy of beer, sweet tea, or limeade -- are components of a lunch menu that debuted early last month at The Front Porch, with eat-in or to-go options. Last week we tried…
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Calendar, Night&Day Not Jonathan Livingston

Not Jonathan Livingston

Question: What’s more romantic than getting cozy on El Rio’s back patio as a buncha punk acts blast the foam off your Pabst? Answer: Everything. But really, on V-Day all that candy-hearts-’n’-kissin’ crap is for suckers. If you’re serious about…
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Dining, Recent Openings

A weekly listing of new restaurants around town

To recommend a spot, e-mail fresheats@sfweekly.com. Abigail's Bakery and Cafe: 2120 Greenwich (at Fillmore), 929-8889. Marina. California bistro, brunch. Amina's Pizzeria: 655 Divisadero (at Grove), 441-4102. Western Addition. Pizza. Ararat Mediterranean Tapas: 4072 18th St. (at Castro), 252-9325. Castro. French,…
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Best of San Francisco, Arts & Entertainment

Best Theater Ensemble

Rococo Risqué www.rococorisque.com Despite stints at obscure spaces like the Outer Mission's Danzhaus, Rococo Risqué, an ensemble-driven cabaret troupe and self-described purveyor of nuttiness and ballyhoo, continues to sell out shows and jar audiences from performance art tedium. Founded…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Really Cheap Taco

Best Really Cheap Taco The term "cheap" is so insufficient to the task of pricing El Metate's delicious tacos, we're forced to elaborate. They're really cheap. For a mere buck and a quarter you get two corn tortillas piled high…
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Dining, The Mix

The Outer Limits

There are many ways to drink on Mission Street. You can do it with suit-sporting fat cats at Boulevard or out of a paper bag among crackheads at Sixth and Mission. You can drink while contemplating the latest in young…
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Best of San Francisco, People & Places

Best Place to See the Logic Behind Critical Mass

Stuck in your car behind a wall of bicyclists on the last Friday of the month, you might be inclined to think, as one SF Weekly letter writer did, that "Critical Mass like little more than a monthly festival…
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Film,

Zoom Lens

"Short 'n' Bittersweet" There's little that could be more suggestive of the elemental appeal of cinema than movies being shown outdoors on a screen hanging from a tree limb. Anyone who recalls the community feeling of the plaza screenings in…
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