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Heirloom Cafe

  1. The Other Critics
    Heirloom Café Gets a Rave From the Financial TimesNicholas Lander loves the place.
  2. Foodievents
    Heirloom Café Switches Up Halloween Plans for Nonexistant Game SixThere will be jazz!
  3. The Other Critics
    Matthews Enjoys eVe; Bauer Takes Heirloom Down to Two Stars
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Traci Des Jardins to Guest Chef at Heirloom, Zaré Launches Lunch Counter,
  5. Where to Eat
    Fig-Gate Behind Us, Bon App Pays Tribute to the S.F. RestaurantLook out for the tourists to take up a bunch of reservations at these nine restaurants this summer.
  6. Mikey Likes It
    Was 2010 the Best Year Ever for the San Francisco Food Scene?Will big guys like Prospect and Mina upstage the notable upstarts on Bauer’s annual top 10?
  7. Holidays
    Please Accept Some Last-Minute Halloween Ideas… such as making a dry punch, or putting on an actual costume and going to a party.
  8. The Other Critics
    Lalime’s Isn’t as Good as Bauer Remembers; Patti U. Loves theBauer isn’t thrilled with 25-year-old Lalime’s; Patti loves Heirloom, finds they may have a new chef.
  9. The Other Critics
    Bauer *Almost* Gives Heirloom Three Stars; Erickson Enjoys Pizza at Acqua PazzaBauer teases Heirloom with a three-star review, but says the menu’s too limited.
  10. The Other Critics
    Reidinger Disparages the Off-Menu Burger at Heirloom; Kauffman Gets His Beer On;Reidinger enjoys Heirloom; Kauffman likes the beer better than the food at Public House and Social Kitchen; and Sens doesn’t care for Lafitte.
  11. Mediavore
    Eat Real Fest 2010 to Double in Size; Most ESPN Zones Are Closing
  12. Quote of the Day
    Heirloom Café: Definitely Not a Chain
  13. Openings
    Take a Look Inside Heirloom Café, Now Open in the Mission
  14. What to Eat
    What to Eat and Sip at Heirloom Café, Opening TomorrowThe oenofile eatery has low-priced food but wines ranging in price well into the hundreds.
  15. Openings
    Heirloom Café to Open Shortly in the MissionL.A. transplant Matthew Straus brings a highly focused wine program to this small Mission Cafe.