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Dining, Eat Father in the Black

Father in the Black

Arriving at Chez Papa Resto for dinner on a chilly night feels a little mysterious. The small plaza next to the still-deserted, stately old Mint building is eerily empty, and you walk into the square tentatively, almost as though you're…
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Dining, Eat Con-Fusion

Con-Fusion

Carl was in town on his annual visit from Tokyo, where he spends most of the year teaching and concertizing, and I wanted to take him someplace wonderful. Not just because he loves to eat and is a discerning companion,…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best Bread

It's hard to find Della Fattoria breads in San Francisco, but they're well worth the hunt. The textures alone are extraordinary: dense, chewy, and moist with the occasional crunch of rock salt, pepper flake, or pumpkin seed. The varieties range…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best New Restaurant

For the past few years, naming the best new restaurant in San Francisco has been difficult. High-end projects popped up faster than we could review them -- Fifth Floor! Gary Danko! Elisabeth Daniel! Azie! Now, in these leaner times, the…
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Dining, Eat Seedling

Seedling

When Elisabeth Daniel opened for business at the edge of the Financial District a little over a year ago, the times were still ripe for a sumptuous new San Francisco restaurant out of the Ernie's/Masa's/La Folie tradition. Redwood Park, which…
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Best of San Francisco, Food & Drink

Best New Restaurant

Elisabeth Daniel belongs to the grand tradition of opulent dining exemplified by Ernie's, Fleur de Lys, and, more recently, Gary Danko and the Fifth Floor. Its seasonal cuisine, rich with caviar, foie gras, truffles, and other delicacies, is served with…
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Dining, Eat

A Temple to High Living

Elisabeth Daniel belongs to the grand old San Francisco tradition of elegantly presented, nouveau riche excess that dates back to the opening of the Palace Hotel 130 years ago. The city has lived up to that dizzying standard of silver-boom…
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Dining, Side Dish

North Beach Trouble

Black Eye for Black Cat Reed Hearon's troubled North Beach spot, the Black Cat, would like to keep this quiet, but according to a police incident report obtained by Side Dish, the restaurant's former general manager Shannon O'Brien is alleged…
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