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Exclusive: Eagle Tavern May Become Upscale Restaurant and Bar From Foreign Cinema Investor [Updated]
Expect some protest at the Board of Supervisor's meeting next week surrounding the proposed replacement for the beloved SoMa gay bar.
Pirie is featured in a new 'Best Thing I Ever Ate in the Mission' on Mission Local.
Also, a chef shuffle at Corso in Berkeley.
Three Special Dinners Coming Up: Scala’s 16th Birthday, Foreign Cinema’s 12th, and a Parisian Benefit Dinner for Litquake
At the Parisian dinner, benefiting Litquake, there'll be readings by bestselling authors Diane Johnson and Ellen Sussman.
See the full breakfast menu, offered weekdays 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Gayle Pirie, chef and co-owner of Foreign Cinema and co-owner of Show Dogs at Market and 6th Street, tells the Journal this week that she was "led astray" by developer David Addington, who wooed her into the neighborhood promising that...
7x7 and Berkeleyside Check in with Gayle Pirie, John Clark, and Michael Wild
• An Oakland man is charged with last Wednesday's murder of 23-year-old Dmario Anderson, near a taco truck in East Oakland. [Chron] • Disney looking to purchase the former Hershey's Chocolate factory at 16th and Folsom? [SF Weekly] • Foreign...
Foreign Cinema celebrates 11 years tomorrow.
Celebrities do come to SF sometimes.
We may be a little celebrity-starved here in SF, but occasionally you catch one eating out...
The restaurant, which opened in 1937, has been shuttered since 2007 because of extensive fire damage.
The new venture by the Foreign Cinema folks will feature menu items popular a century ago?
Some of our favorite heated patios, for when the temperature drops.
Developers will go ahead with the enormous new restaurant despite the loss of a city proposition that would have allowed more signage.
Participating restaurants will donate revenue to charity.
Hot dog restaurant from the Foreign Cinema team will sell a special dog in support of the local ballot measure to allow more signage on Market Street.