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Things are shifting at the Examiner-Weekly-Guardian empire.
Duende gets two and a half stars.
We had previously neglected to highlight the opening of the Nespresso Boutique and Café that opened at 90 Grant Street, thinking it was just a glorified retail shop for the coffee machines. But critic Jesse Hirsch finds that despite an...
It's next door to The Tempest bar on Natoma.
Hirsch says the menu at Gung Ho has 'no real stinkers.'
Arabian Nights has surprisingly good Lebanese food, in a space on Mission next to a smoke shop.
Bauer Kind of Hates The Sea by Alexander’s Steakhouse; Unterman Adores Bar Tartine; Hirsch Discovers Bro Meals
It's a sad one and a half stars for The Sea.
Belli gets two and a half stars.
Under-seasoned food is not okay with Bauer.
Bauer Walks Down Memory Lane at Trident in Sausalito; Hirsch Delighted by Basque Cultural Center; Roth Finds Worthy Deep-Dish at Capo's
Trident gets two stars from Bauer, and Hirsch and Roth both indulge in hearty fare.
He likes their vegan dishes best.
Candybar, the dessert bar, has been under the radar for its four years.
Bauer Loves the View, the Brunch, Some of the Seafood at Mission Rock Resort; Hirsch Has Good Sushi at Tekka
Mission Rock Resort gets two stars.
The monthly event at St. Gregory's in the Potrero has a new director!
"Compared to Little Saigon’s grittier lunch spots, Café Asia might seem downright regal," writes Jess Hirsch. "And compared to other museum cafes, the food might seem downright revolutionary." This week he devotes his column to the never discussed cafeteria/café at...
Angele retains its three stars.
He does love the oxtails, though.
It's a little weird, and only mildly kinky.
Hirsch Revels In Dude Food at HRD Coffee Shop; Boer Throws Back Some Whiskey and Comfort Food at American Oak
American Oak gets two stars.