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Dining, SFoodie Roam's Caramelized Pineapple Soda

Roam's Caramelized Pineapple Soda

The beef burgers at Roam Artisan Burgers are just fine ― in terms of thickness and quality, the median between In-N-Out and your average $12 bistro burger, with bonus points for grass-feddiness ― but the caramelized pineapple soda is fantastic:…
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Dining, SFoodie We Chugged Our Way Through Saturday's SF Street Food Festival

We Chugged Our Way Through Saturday's SF Street Food Festival

We got to the SF Street Food Fest early on Saturday, ready to eat, but we didn't expect to find so many tasty beverages on offer. How refreshing it was to bypass cans of Coke for rose milk (Azalina's Malaysian),…
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Dining, SFoodie Stoner Cuisine: The Five Tastiest Pot Beverages

Stoner Cuisine: The Five Tastiest Pot Beverages

Leave those clunky, homemade THC brownies to languish in the freezer. The Bay Area is at the forefront of an artisan edible marijuana movement sprouting both above ― and below ― the law. Taking your medicine can now be a…
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Dining, SFoodie Made in Taiwan: Asparagus Juice Showdown

Made in Taiwan: Asparagus Juice Showdown

We've been taken by a wave of stunt eating lately, and at a recent trip to Asian grocer extraordinaire 99 Ranch Market (250 Skyline Place at Skyline Blvd., Daly City), this unfortunate impulse was put to the test by a…
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Dining, SFoodie Quickly's Watermelon-Aloe Delight Offers a Sip of Summer

Quickly's Watermelon-Aloe Delight Offers a Sip of Summer

The Hong Kong bubble tea and snack chain Quickly (various Bay Area locations, including 14 in San Francisco alone) has hundreds of menu items covering the gamut of sweet, salty, and umami. There's also a fair amount of customizable options…
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Dining, SFoodie Local Mission Eatery's House-Made Soda Spurns the Fizz

Local Mission Eatery's House-Made Soda Spurns the Fizz

We heard about the house-made sodas at Local Mission Eatery, so we stopped in to buy one yesterday ― a fitting endeavor on such a toasty afternoon. With the exception of the old windowed meat locker, we didn't recognize the…
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Dining, SFoodie Master Cleanser with a Blast of Heat from Crêpe O Chocolat

Master Cleanser with a Blast of Heat from Crêpe O Chocolat

The stereotypical master cleanser concoction of lemon juice, cayenne, and maple syrup might be associated with starving starlets, but at Crêpe O Chocolat (75 O'Farrell at Stockton), it is elevated to the level of a delicious ― if extreme ―…
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Dining, SFoodie Drink of the Week: Drinkwell's Rose Geranium Soda at Ferry Plaza

Drink of the Week: Drinkwell's Rose Geranium Soda at Ferry Plaza

Long a fragrant, flavorful part of the Saturday Ferry Plaza Farmers' Market, Eatwell Farm of Dixon (near Vacaville) has branched out with a separate booth for beverages. According to the Drinkwell Soda Facebook page, celebrity samplers of the farm's priobiotic…
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Dining, SFoodie Drink of the Week: Adina's Indian Chai Latte

Drink of the Week: Adina's Indian Chai Latte

It's been kinda crummy out today, but it is the sort of weather that begs for a zingy beverage. Where similar products aren't well-balanced, Adina's cold Indian Chai Latte nails the ratio of milk, black tea, and sweetener (in this…
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Dining, SFoodie Mexican Coke: Is There a Diff?

Mexican Coke: Is There a Diff?

The New York Times isn't always on the ball. Lately we've read some seriously Onion-esque doozies, like last month's recession-friendly human interest story about a young, high-earning Brooklynite redecorating her new downtown loft -- "on the cheap" -- for $5,000.…
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Dining, SFoodie Drink of the Week: Java Detour's Green Tea Frappé

Drink of the Week: Java Detour's Green Tea Frappé

It can get pretty crowded waiting to get on the freeway or trying to cross the bridge at the wrong time, but the drive-through Java Detour (270 S. Van Ness at 12th St.) can make a slow crawl just a…
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Dining, SFoodie Drink of the Week: Farmhouse Culture's Kraut Juice

Drink of the Week: Farmhouse Culture's Kraut Juice

SFoodie didn't know that people drank sauerkraut juice until we encountered Farmhouse Culture of Santa Cruz dispensing the stuff under the hot sun in front of the Ferry Building one day. Taken in by the beverage's promise of tons of…
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Dining, SFoodie Peruvian Barley-Flavored Tonic is Smooth, but Beware the Sugar High

Peruvian Barley-Flavored Tonic is Smooth, but Beware the Sugar High

How can one popular Peruvian nonalcoholic bottled drink be both an aperitif-slash-digestif and help with back pain? SFoodie followed a tip from a Peruvian friend and ran straight to the store to find out. Inca's Food Emoliente barley drink ($2.29…
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Dining, SFoodie New Bottled Iced Teas from Peet's: Rrefreshment Without the Weirdness

New Bottled Iced Teas from Peet's: Rrefreshment Without the Weirdness

Alfred Peet's tea legacy lives on -- in the fridge. Peet was originally from Holland, and grew up in the coffee and tea trade before opening his first store in Berkeley's Gourmet Ghetto in 1966, long before there was such…
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Dining, SFoodie Golden Star Tea: Just Like Champagne, But Without All the Remorse

Golden Star Tea: Just Like Champagne, But Without All the Remorse

We remember attending a party years ago at which a guest pulled us aside and muttered, "What do they have here for the alcoholics?" Inquiries were made. The answer was water. Not even the fizzy kind. And perhaps said guest…
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