Kantine

Old laundromats have been getting a new lease on urban life lately. And in San Francisco, not surprisingly, that means restaurant leases

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Avery

There was a lot of chest hair. Not in my food, but peeking out from the shirts of the men presenting it.

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Che Fico

Gwyneth Paltrow doesn’t come here often, but she came here once — on the heels of Anderson Cooper, no less. And once, within weeks

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Nyum Bai

Restaurants are often defined by their view: There are waterfront restaurants and rooftop bars and sidewalk cafes. But sitting on

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Bar Crenn

I’m not sure the man in a velvet maroon blazer who greeted us at the front door of Bar Crenn was French,

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As Quoted

A Glutton’s Report from the Gluten-Free Frontlines For an omnivorous, carb-craving, cocktail-swilling, relatively new restaurant critic still getting accustomed to

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Eight Tables

The walk to Chinatown’s most expensive restaurant isn’t easy. For one, hidden behind a chain-link fence down an otherwise desolate

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