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    Dining, SFoodie Pizzeria Delfina’s Cherry Pie Comes Once a Year – Don’t Miss It

    Pizzeria Delfina’s Cherry Pie Comes Once a Year – Don’t Miss It

    It’s summer, and that means an abundance of amazing tomatoes: dry-farmed, heirloom, and sweet-as-candy cherry tomatoes. Delfina Pizzeria takes advantage of this by offering its seasonal Cherry Pie: a perfect chewy crust topped with a thin layer of mozzarella,…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Ten Ichi: Japanese Home Cooking in Pacific Heights

    Ten Ichi: Japanese Home Cooking in Pacific Heights

    If you've lived in San Francisco for many years, chances are you've walked by Ten Ichi on Fillmore and Clay. The sign, with its cresting blue waves beneath the restaurant name, is hard to miss. It's a place you might…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Indochine: Worthy Substitute for Sunflower

    Indochine: Worthy Substitute for Sunflower

    If you're sad that cheap-but-tasty Sunflower wilted and closed recently, take heart: A new place called Indochine has blossomed in the space next door. Though it's owned by the same folks, Indochine is a step up from Sunflower: clean, pretty,…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Green Pea Cookie: Round and Sweet and Green All Over

    Green Pea Cookie: Round and Sweet and Green All Over

    What is small, round, salty, sweet ... and green? That would be the new Green Pea Cookie, a vegan treat based upon a traditional Singaporean cookie. Three friends — Tan Ying Quan (also known as Sean), Fiona Lee, and Larissa…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Dosa on Valencia: Brunch With South India-Influenced Eggs, No Wait

    Dosa on Valencia: Brunch With South India-Influenced Eggs, No Wait

    Brunch is easily San Francisco's favorite meal. And if you're looking for something different than the standard fare, Dosa on Valencia has the South Indian answer to your prayers. For starters, there's often no wait; you can sit right down…
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    Dining, SFoodie Vegan Jerky Is a Thing That Exists, at Third Rail in the Dogpatch

    Vegan Jerky Is a Thing That Exists, at Third Rail in the Dogpatch

    At Third Rail, the new bar on 20th and 3rd Streets in the Dogpatch, you can drink some mighty tasty cocktails crafted by Jeff Lyons, who was formerly the bar manager at Range. You can also eat several types of…
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    Dining, SFoodie Orange Blossom Waffles Brighten Up Any Morning at Café St. Jorge

    Orange Blossom Waffles Brighten Up Any Morning at Café St. Jorge

    Café St. Jorge has occupied a corner spot in La Lengua since it opened in 2013. A cheerful blue and white sign welcomes customers; inside there are sturdy wood tables and blue chairs, white walls hung with local art, soothing…
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    Dining, SFoodie Donna's Tamales Makes a Mean Vegan Burrito

    Donna's Tamales Makes a Mean Vegan Burrito

    The Tuesday farmers’ market at the Ferry Building is a worthy lunch destination. There is abundant produce, flowers to make your desk look less sterile, and food vendors. You can have a pizza, a steaming bowl of ramen, or a…
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    Dining, SFoodie Porcellino Pesto Brings Comfort Even for Vegetarians

    Porcellino Pesto Brings Comfort Even for Vegetarians

    A lot has been written about comfort food lately on this blog. One thing that most people can dig – and dig into – in trying times is a big bowl of pasta. At Porcellino in Noe Valley, you can…
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    Dining, SFoodie Dosa Dosa is Doubly Good for Lunch

    Dosa Dosa is Doubly Good for Lunch

    Just as you step out of the Montgomery BART station at Market and Montgomery, you see the cheerful orange awning proclaiming: “DOSAS. South Indian Street Food”. This food cart is just over three weeks old, but it offers a…
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    Dining, SFoodie Namu Gaji’s Napa Noodle Salad is the Remedy for Holiday Excess

    Namu Gaji’s Napa Noodle Salad is the Remedy for Holiday Excess

    This year is not over yet — and there's still time to indulge in rich party food and cocktails. Heaven knows there is champagne to open in just a few days. But if you’re feeling the pinch of a too-tight…
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    Dining, SFoodie Green Pea Cookies: Vegan Cookies Made of Peas are Actually Delicious

    Green Pea Cookies: Vegan Cookies Made of Peas are Actually Delicious

    What is small, round, salty, sweet — and green? That would be the new Green Pea Cookie, a vegan treat based upon a traditional Singaporean cookie. On the Green Pea Cookie site, you can read the story of how three…
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    Dining, SFoodie Encuentro is an East Bay Vegetarian Treasure

    Encuentro is an East Bay Vegetarian Treasure

    There are some great vegetarian restaurants in San Francisco: Greens has been around forever, Milennium dazzles with upscale vegan cuisine, Gracias Madre proves that Mexican food doesn't need animal products to be delicious (and filling). If you feel like expanding…
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    Dining, SFoodie Supper's On at Mission Pie

    Supper's On at Mission Pie

    Pie is, for obvious reasons, the main reason people flock to Mission Pie. You can't help but love this retro-cozy spot with it's neon sign, friendly waitpersons, and righteous values: They buy directly from local farms, display a list of…
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    Dining, SFoodie Ten Ichi’s Donburi is Comfort in a Bowl

    Ten Ichi’s Donburi is Comfort in a Bowl

    If you’ve lived in San Francisco for many years, chances are you’ve walked by Ten Ichi on Fillmore and Clay. The sign, with its cresting blue waves beneath the restaurant name, is hard to miss. It’s a place you…
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    Dining, SFoodie Gracias Madre’s Sweet Potato Quesadillas Taste Like Fall

    Gracias Madre’s Sweet Potato Quesadillas Taste Like Fall

    We may have had a heat wave last weekend, but it’s getting chilly as Karl the Fog rolls in and windy evenings make us curse our summer clothing. When it starts to feel like October, people want to eat…
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    Dining, SFoodie Sticky Rice Goes Vegetarian at Out The Door

    Sticky Rice Goes Vegetarian at Out The Door

    If you’re a fan of dim sum, you’ve probably seen rectangular packages of leaf-wrapped sticky rice pass by, nestled in a steamer. If you’re not a meat eater, you probably had to pass them up, as they are traditionally filled…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Namu Gaji: A Tasty Remedy For Holiday Excess

    Namu Gaji: A Tasty Remedy For Holiday Excess

    If you're feeling the pinch of a too-tight belt after all the holiday merrymaking, Namu Gaji has a dish that's healthy and seriously delicious. Simply identified as "Napa" on the dinner menu (under "Cold" items), this is a huge, colorful…
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    Dining, SFoodie Beretta's Tuesday Cioppino is an Under-the-Radar Treat

    Beretta's Tuesday Cioppino is an Under-the-Radar Treat

    Sometime in the late 1800s, an Italian fishmonger is said to have invented cioppino by throwing leftover pieces of fish into a pot. You can find versions of this tomato-based fish stew all over the city, from Fisherman's Wharf to…
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    Dining, SFoodie Two Affordable Lunch Spots in Not-Always-Affordable Pacific Heights

    Two Affordable Lunch Spots in Not-Always-Affordable Pacific Heights

    Upper Fillmore is not a place to pinch your pennies. Clothing and furniture shops offer an abundance of pricey treasures, and a fortune could easily be spent on skincare and cosmetics, if that's your thing. But let's say you've gone…
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    Dining, SFoodie Pescaterians, Rejoice: Pesce’s Tuna Bolognese Rules

    Pescaterians, Rejoice: Pesce’s Tuna Bolognese Rules

    Pasta with Bolognese sauce is the kind of comfort food most everyone loves. Many of us ate spaghetti with meat sauce growing up; it’s kid-friendly, inexpensive, and easy to make (providing you browned some ground beef and stirred in…
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    Dining, SFoodie Ni Bar is the Izikaya of Your Dreams

    Ni Bar is the Izikaya of Your Dreams

    Ichi Sushi is making quite a name for itself — even Martha Stewart had to drop in during a recent visit to San Francisco. It’s no surprise, really; the original tiny location had lines down the block, and the…
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    Dining, SFoodie Foodie Field Trip: Rockridge’s Market Hall

    Foodie Field Trip: Rockridge’s Market Hall

    Hop on BART in the Mission and it’s just a $4 fare to get to Rockridge, a sunny slice of Oakland just south of Berkeley. As you pull into the station, you can see the roof of Rockridge Market…
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    Dining, Fresh Eats Dosas Come to FiDi

    Dosas Come to FiDi

    Just as you step out of the BART station at Market and Montgomery, you see the cheerful orange awning proclaiming: "DOSAS. South Indian Street Food." The month-old food cart offers three dosas, all in a crispy rice and lentil crepe.…
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    Dining, SFoodie Indochine Brings Delicious, Affordable Vegan to Valencia

    Indochine Brings Delicious, Affordable Vegan to Valencia

    If you’re sad that cheap-but-tasty Sunflower wilted and closed recently, take heart: a new place called Indochine has blossomed in the space next door. Though it’s owned by the same folks, Indochine is a step up from Sunflower: clean,…
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    Sub Pop recording artists 'clipping.' brought their brand of noise-driven experimental hip hop to the closing night of 2016's San Francisco Electronic Music Fest this past Sunday. The packed Brava Theater hosted an initially seated crowd that ended the night jumping and dancing against the front of the stage. The trio performed a set focused on their recently released Sci-Fi Horror concept album, 'Splendor & Misery', then delved into their dancier and more aggressive back catalogue, and recent single 'Wriggle'. Opening performances included local experimental electronic duo 'Tujurikkuja' and computer music artist 'Madalyn Merkey.'"

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