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The popular ice cream shop Salt & Straw has brought its creative flavors to San Francisco, along with the notoriously long weekend lines.

Salt & Straw, known for its handmade ice cream and flavors such as honey lavender and salted honey marshmallow, has plans for two locations in the city. Two weekends ago, it opened […]

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The relatively new Iza Ramen in San Francisco’s Lower Haight neighborhood started out as a weekend popup inside Blowfish Sushi restaurant in the Mission. I never got the chance to visit the popup when it was around the last two years but was happy to check out the permanent location, which opened last fall.

Iza […]

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The story: Chefs Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski changed the San Francisco dining scene when they opened State Bird Provisions in the Fillmore, offering small plates in a dim sum cart format, and garnering long lines from those hoping to grab the few walk-in seats because they failed to get a coveted reservation. After winning […]

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The story: Seattle-born Paul Krug moved to New York a few years ago and began craving the food of his hometown, specifically the teriyaki sauce prevalent in Seattle’s Japanese (and later) Korean cuisine. He opened up Glaze in Manhattan offering up a casual spot to find so-called Seattle-style teriyaki using fresh and healthy ingredients. It’s now grown to three […]

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State Bird Provisions is the hot new restaurant with a name that doesn’t sound like a restaurant. Still, people have been flocking here partly because of the food by Co-Owner/Chef Stuart Brioza and partly because of its unique food trays and carts simulating a dim sum tea house.

More on the food later. Let’s talk […]

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UPDATE: THIS EATERY CLOSED IN 2013.

With the popularity of burger shacks and hot dog stands, Holy Dog fuses the two together and puts an Asian twist on them in a five-month-old spot in the Fillmore District.

It’s part of a slew of new eating destinations in the neighborhood, across from the white-hot State Bird […]

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