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Monday, July 13, 2009

MenuPages SF is Now Grub Street San Francisco

Posted By on Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 4:45 PM

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Food enthusiasts who regularly read New York magazine's compelling food blog Grub Street now have a local and more regional outlets to add to their RSS feed. As reported last week by the Wall Street Journal,

New York has launched Grub Street in new cities previously served by its subsidiary MenuPages: San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Philadelphia.

Today, Grub Street San Francisco took over from MenuPages' San Francisco blog, already one of SFoodie's local faves, and looks poised for likely improvements. This should be at least a small distraction from all that mouth-watering food they write about in NYC. For its part, Eater SF, part of a parent company thought to be a main competitor of Grub Street (according to the WSJ article), is taking the launch in stride. Eater SF editor Paolo Lucchesi has already linked to his would-be rivals and given them a loving nickname: Grubz.

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