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The Eating Out Drinking Game The rules are simple. Pick a nice restaurant. Order a bottle or three of something drinkable. Begin. The size of a "drink" may be determined by the individual group of players. Traditionally it is a…
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Now You're Cooking With Beer One of the latest cooking fads to hit the San Francisco dining scene is the use of various types of beer. In recent years beer has been legitimized in the world of fine dining: No…
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Circadia or Starbucks? Reports have been trickling in that patrons of the new crypto-Starbucks restaurant, Circadia (at 2727 Mariposa), are confused as to whether they are actually in a Starbucks or in a restaurant. This attractive and easy-to-use comparison chart…
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No. 2 Pencils Only, Please SF Weekly has learned that the city -- which, of course, is already responsible for licensing restaurants -- is secretly considering instituting licensing requirements for diners. The idea, it seems, is to bar the clueless…
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Home-Baked Activism Everyone knows about the recent series of pie attacks on city officials. But what nobody's discussed is that these attacks have all been made with store-bought pies. While I have no objection to filling the hemp-lined pockets of…
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Even if you've dined out every night for years, sometime you're going to find yourself puzzled by a term on a menu. Oh, sure, you probably know the meanings of, say, "flan" and "gnocchi," but we'll bet you weren't aware…
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