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Dining, Fresh Eats Home Skillet: Bringing a Mountain of Breakfast to Mid-Market

Home Skillet: Bringing a Mountain of Breakfast to Mid-Market

The corner of Sixth and Market is a tough place to open a business, and Pearl's Deluxe Burgers made a go of it for awhile before closing earlier this year. In its place comes the more breakfast-oriented Home Skillet, possibly…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink Best Overall Restaurant Comeback

Best Overall Restaurant Comeback

For a while there, Tú Lan was reduced to being the butt of a tired joke. Julia Child loved it — but so did the vermin, and after four temporary closures for health code violations, Tú Lan shuttered seemingly for…
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Dining, Eat Tu Lan Reopens at Long Last

Tu Lan Reopens at Long Last

If you ask long-term San Franciscans what they go to Sixth Street for, almost all of them would say, "Tu Lan!" (For a small percentage, it might be prostitution or drugs.) After an absence of just over a year, the…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best No-Frills Vietnamese

Tu Lan 8 Sixth St. (at Market), 626-0927 Ignore the uninspiring, grungy surroundings (we choose the cramped upstairs over the tables tucked behind the open grill that dominates the downstairs room, but many in the long lunchtime line prefer…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best No-Frills Vietnamese

Ignore the uninspiring, grungy surroundings (we choose the cramped upstairs over the tables tucked behind the open grill that dominates the downstairs room, but many in the long lunchtime line prefer grabbing their food to go) and concentrate on the…
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Dining, Eat

The Taste of Change

The Tenderloin, historically San Francisco's most vice-ridden neighborhood, is also, perhaps, its most tolerant and diverse community. It's a home to seniors and children, to people of every race and nationality, to those who have fallen on hard times, and…
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