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Dining, SFoodie Sachio Kojima: Pretty Much the Best Thing About Hecho

Sachio Kojima: Pretty Much the Best Thing About Hecho

You know how you can be beset with a feverish curiosity about a place and still can't bring yourself to go there? Exhibit one: the Audium. Exhibit two: Hecho, Joseph Manzare's year-old sushi and tequila restaurant. I'd been trying to piece…
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Dining, Eat Hecho: Sushi and Tequila Make Strange Bedfellows

Hecho: Sushi and Tequila Make Strange Bedfellows

In the 1990s, Sachio Kojima was the acknowledged master of sushi in San Francisco. Kabuto A&S, his Geary Boulevard restaurant, was a destination for off-duty cooks, other sushi chefs, and Japanese students, who'd crowd the bar late into the night.…
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Dining, SFoodie Tequila, Yeah. But Hecho's Sake List Looks Awesome

Tequila, Yeah. But Hecho's Sake List Looks Awesome

Tequila might prove to hog all the attention when Hecho ― the sushi and tequila place by Joseph Manzare and Masaki Sasaki ― opens, probably next week (it's in the former Midi space in the FiDi), but the premium sake…
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Dining, SFoodie Midi Packing It Up, Decantr Getting Ready to Pour

Midi Packing It Up, Decantr Getting Ready to Pour

The past 72 hours in gossip, innuendo, and cold hard facts about the San Francisco restaurant scene. The departure in September of chef Michelle Mah was a forewarning: Midi (185 Sutter), Inside Scoop's Paolo L. writes, is reconcepting under…
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Dining, Eat Abbondanza

Abbondanza

After several years of the tapas-inspired small-plates trend influencing practically every new restaurant in San Francisco, could big plates be the next new thing? If the crowds of happy diners inhaling the well-prepared and generously portioned Italian-American fare at Joey…
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Calendar, Night&Day Knives Out

Knives Out

In the first bout of the high-toned "Battle of the Chefs" series, Kunihiro Kinda (of San Francisco's Hime) pits his Japanese fare against the Bronx-Italian stylings of Joseph Manzare (Zuppa, Pescheria) in the slick kitchens of a department store. Much…
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Calendar, Urban Experience Boats to Plowshares

Boats to Plowshares

For the past 10 years, the place to go for the freshest of fruits, the greatest of greens, and the most artistic of artisan-produced goodies has been the Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market at the Embarcadero, which alternated between two different…
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