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Dining, SFoodie Hot Dogs Get Crazy At Bradley's Funky Franks

Hot Dogs Get Crazy At Bradley's Funky Franks

A hot dog should stick with ketchup and mustard, relish being the absolute maximum topping, right? That is what most of the hot dog eating world seems to believe, being as staunch traditionalist about the simplicity of hot dogs,…
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Dining, SFoodie Mighty Fine Fried Chicken at Menlo Park's Bradley's Fine Diner

Mighty Fine Fried Chicken at Menlo Park's Bradley's Fine Diner

Have you seen the lines for the fried dry chicken wings at San Tung lately? Or the up-tick in walk-ins every other Monday for Thomas Keller’s buttermilk brined fried chicken at Ad Hoc in Yountville? How about the tech…
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Dining, Eat Dixie: Southern Meets Californian Down Home on the Presidio

Dixie: Southern Meets Californian Down Home on the Presidio

Chef Joseph Humphrey has spent the past couple of decades cooking up a résumé to be proud of. The Tallahassee native arrived here from New Orleans in 1994 and worked under the tutelage of local culinary superstars like George Morrone,…
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Dining, Eat A Good Steak Conquers All

A Good Steak Conquers All

The most important component to me of a restaurant is its food, more than its location, decor, or service. I'm happiest, of course, when all four meld into a seamlessly pleasant experience, but I'll seek out deliciousness off the beaten…
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Dining, Eat Dependable Pleasures

Dependable Pleasures

The realization came to me with a jolt. I'd forgotten to mention one of the best things I'd eaten at Scott Howard in my review, something we had all liked so much we'd requested seconds of it both times we…
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Dining, Eat Half-Baked

Half-Baked

I put some thought into where I wanted to eat my first review meal in the Bay Area. Should it be someplace brand-new, someplace venerable, someplace that had recently reimagined itself? Someplace ethnic, someplace cooking comfort food? Someplace high, someplace…
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Dining, Side Dish

Heavy Hitters

Behind Home Plate Harry's response to the changes afoot at Pac Bell Park's unsuccessful Twenty Four is, "Hang on, boys -- it's going to be bumpy ride." This rookie of a restaurant, which has mostly gone downhill since it opened…
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Dining, Side Dish

Side Dish

Dine One OneVeteran GM Maureen "Mo" Donegan of MoMo's has left her position to open the new restaurant Dine. Though located in the crash-and-burn Restaurant Marais space, Dine will be a very different kind of place. The chef is Julia…
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Dining, Side Dish

Side Dish

MoondancePretty much the entire opening crew has vacated Moonshine over on Broadway: The endeavor, moneybagged by New Line Cinema, didn't really get off to a good start. After the upscale Southern soul food palace was body-slammed and rope-a-doped on all…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

AKA Poor Bradley Ogden cannot stop being controversial. Last fall Dish tweaked him for advertising himself a little too shamelessly -- hawking his cookbook Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner on the menu at the Lark Creek Inn, appending his name to…
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Dining, Eat

There's a Place for Us

We arrived at Campton Place on an evening of deluge, a clutch of cheap umbrellas dripping in our clammy hands. The maitre d' soothed us with sympathetic noises as she took each umbrella, shook it off, and stood it in…
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Dining, Eat

Dish

Et Tu, Bradley? Dish concedes that chefs make more desirable celebrities than, say, washed-up pro football players hawking underwear. Still, there can be too much of a good thing, and fame always seems to be corrosive. The new menu at…
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