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As San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood transforms, some hidden gems of new restaurants are emerging. You just have to know where to find them.

Take Villon. Found inside the boutique Proper Hotel, this two-month-old restaurant can be overshadowed by the reality of the real world outside where the homeless and panhandlers mingle not too far from […]

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UPDATE: Soon after dining here, the restaurant closed temporarily and then shuttered for good in August 2016 because of business decisions.

The story: Bon Marche is a French brasserie from the Mercer Restaurant Group, which brought us AQ and the now closed TBD. Opening last August, the spacious restaurant is in the so-called Mid-Market area […]

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A lot is happening in the mid-Market area of San Francisco, long lost to the homeless and drug use from the encroaching Tenderloin. But when Twitter moved into a shiny new building known as Market Square, splashy luxury condos followed and now the first of many retail developments has arrived.

I’m talking specifically of The Market, a […]

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The story: Alta CA is a restaurant that promotes itself as a neighborhood gathering spot in an area that’s still building a community. On Market Street in the proposed development area known as “mid-Market” (home of Twitter headquarters), the restaurant is the latest offering from Chef Daniel Patterson of San Francisco’s Michelin-star Coi and Oakland’s […]

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