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The Burger Heatmap: 15 Burgers to Eat Right Now

Where to achieve burger nirvana San Francisco is full of excellent burgers, some that are even [Read entire story]

San Francisco’s Best Dumplings

Where to feast on the city's top dumplings Is there any food more perfect than the dumpling? It satisfies on many levels: the tender chew of the wrapper, the soft, juicy meat on the inside, and the bracing salt from most [Read entire story]

17 Essential Ice Cream Shops in San Francisco

From classic to crazy, there's a flavor waiting for you at one of these cool spots It may not always be ideal ice cream weather, but that's never stopped San Franciscans from snaking a line down the block for some of the [Read entire story]

The Genesis of A Mano’s Menu, From Mind to Mouth

How the menu came together for restaurateur Adriano Paganini’s new Hayes Valley pasta shop The execution of a restaurant concept involves many parts, but the menu is undoubtedly one of the most critical. When hustler [Read entire story]

Adriano Paganini’s Hayes Valley Restaurant Will Be His Version of Flour & Water

It’s called A Mano (by hand), and thus will have casual, affordable handmade pasta San Francisco king restaurateur Adriano Paganini (Beretta, Lolinda, Super Duper) can’t stop, won’t stop opening restaurants. Next [Read entire story]

Corner Store Closes, and More A.M. Intel

Four things to start your Wednesday Corner Store is San Francisco’s latest closure Corner Store in Laurel Heights has closed after five years at the intersection of Masonic and Geary. In a note on the website, the [Read entire story]

All-Meatball Restaurant Rolling into FiDi

Fast casual, internationally-flavored meatballs for the masses It’s only been five days since Jewish deli Shorty Goldstein’s shuttered in the Financial District, but there is already word on its replacement. An [Read entire story]

China Live’s Lunch Service Begins Today

Quick, go right now It’s only been 14 days since Chinatown behemoth China Live opened, offering up its Chinese food, drinks, and goods to the public after several years of waiting. Since it opened, the [Read entire story]

The Best Date Spots in the Mission

The best date spots in the neighborhood Nailing the perfect venue is an absolutely essential component to the success of a date. But here's the thing: What makes a great first date spot is definitely not the same as what [Read entire story]

The Best Date Spots in the Mission

The best date spots in the neighborhood Nailing the perfect venue is an absolutely essential component to the success of a date. But here's the thing: What makes a great first date spot is definitely not the same as what [Read entire story]

Where to Take a Date in Bernal Heights and Noe Valley

The best date spots in the neighborhood Nailing the perfect venue is an absolutely essential component to the success of a date. But here's the thing: What makes a great first date spot is definitely not the same as what [Read entire story]

Where to Take a Date in Bernal Heights and Noe Valley

The best date spots in the neighborhood Nailing the perfect venue is an absolutely essential component to the success of a date. But here's the thing: What makes a great first date spot is definitely not the same as what [Read entire story]

Where to Nosh on Jewish Food in San Francisco and the East Bay

Bagels, pastrami, and matzah ball soup, just like your grandma made Jewish food is a rapidly dwindling cuisine; there used to be thousands of delicatessens in New York City alone, and now there are just under 140 [Read entire story]

Sneak Peek Bar Crenn, Lion Pub Is Closed Forever, and More A.M. Intel

Six things to know today Get a sneak peek of Bar Crenn With Bar Crenn’s highly-anticipated arrival set for April, chef/owner Dominique Crenn has shared a drawing of the inspiration for the design of the more casual [Read entire story]

Sanctuary Restaurant Movement Continues to Gain Traction in Bay Area

There are now over 50 participating restaurants and counting San Francisco is perhaps the most visible and outspoken sanctuary city — a place that protects illegal immigrants — in America. And so it makes sense that [Read entire story]

Brass Tacks Takes Over Hayes Valley With Colorful New Cocktail Bar

The punch bowls are brimming with booze at Anina, opening tonight The Brass Tacks team has changed course, opening a new bar that is as bright as Brass Tacks is dark. Anina, a chill neighborhood drinking place, opens [Read entire story]

Get Ready for New Tartine, Nopalito, Burma Superstar Cookbooks

Spring brings so much cookbook bounty Spring is about to ... spring... and with it comes the glorious return of asparagus, artichokes, fava beans, radishes, and so, so much more. To cook all that bounty, cookbook release [Read entire story]

Feast Your Eyes on Saucy Asian’s Korean-Californian Menu

Opening in the Castro in Mid-April A little bit of Seoul is coming to the Castro. Owner Andrew Shinn is opening Saucy Asian, a Korean California fusion restaurant headed to the former H Cafe space (3801 17th St.). Shinn [Read entire story]

Doughnut Dolly Shuts Down All Three Shops

No more naughty cream, anywhere After last week’s surprise shutter of Doughnut Dolly’s Berkeley location, the news has gotten more shocking: chef/owner Hannah Hoffman has closed all three locations of her pastry [Read entire story]

It’s a Latin Party at Media Noche, the Mission’s Beachy New Fast Casual Spot

Feast on Cuban food in a very pretty space Media Noche, San Francisco’s next fancy-ish fast casual concept, has arrived, following in the increasingly prolific footsteps of restaurants like Little Gem, Souvla, Dabba, [Read entire story]