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"Whenever I’m feeling a bit down, a trip to Nopalito helps. I love just about everything on the menu, but this week I was taken with the panucho..." Michael Bauer, highlighting a few dishes this week on the blog,...
This could take a minute, but Nopalito's definitely near the top of any list we'd make.
Mr. Bauer did his three-visit tour of the new Nopalito in the Sunset, and he comes away saying it's "every bit as good as its predecessor." He especially likes a few dishes he hadn't tried before, like a chipotle-spiced chicken...
We've got some tips for places with and without reservations, but in a few cases the news still isn't that great.
The second incarnation of the popular, Mexican sibling to Nopa will be open seven days a week.
The second spot at 9th and Lincoln will be much like the first
Lolo? Nopalito? Agree or disagree.
The delayed second location is aiming for mid-month at 9th and Lincoln.
Nopalito Co-Chefs Gonzalo Guzman and Jose Ramos Discuss Their Collaborative Process, and Their Sunset Expansion
"I know when a lot of restaurants open a second location they tend to forget about the first location," Guzman says. "We're going to try to not let that happen."
The new spot will open in the fall in the former Bistro 9 space at 9th and Lincoln.
• A reader questions whether Michael Bauer knows what an authentic Mexican pozole should taste like, vis a vis Nopalito's version. Mr. Bauer, in turn, questions whether the reader knows what the term 'authentic' means, or whether it matters. [Between...
Sure, we have Nopalito and Doña Tomas, but our cohort down south today brings word that "seemingly everybody in L.A. these days looks interested in opening Mexican restaurants," and giving the cuisine regional and modern attention like Top Chef Master...
El Rincon is forced to close after an incident outside the club on Friday, Spice Kit is due next week in SoMa, and more...
The President and First Lady are in town tonight and tomorrow for Democratic fundraisers and we're dying to know if they've got any restaurants on the agenda.
• Find places around the Bay Area where you can try classic American sodas like Cheerwine (kind of like Cherry Coke) and Moxie Blue Cream Soda. [Chron] • Nopalito unveils their tequila menu. [Haighteration] • The demands of giant pumpkin...
Craig Stoll's concept at the high-traffic Valencia Street location is going to be Roman, not (as we conjectured) Mexican.
The award-winning cookbook writer can't get enough of the poached eggs at Boulette's Larder.
Despite popular lore, 2009 was a year that saw twice as many openings as closings on the SF restaurant scene.