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  1. Expansions
    Radish Planning Williamsburg Supper Club and Event SpaceThe shop’s burgeoning catering business led the owners to seek a larger kitchen space.
  2. The Other Critics
    Kauffman *Hates* the New Old Clam House; Reidinger Braves the Shootings to EnjoyKauffman only likes the iron-skillet mussels, which they also serve at The Stinking Rose and the Franciscan.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    3rd Ward and Radish Celebrate Birthdays in Williamsburg; Carnegie Deli HostsPlus: four restaurant birthday celebrations, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  4. Openings
    Check out Radish, Now Open in the MissionSee a few photos, courtesy of Eater.
  5. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Radish, Now OpenOpening Thursday on 19th StreetThe new healthy-style cafe across from the Lexington Club is now open.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Radish Pushed Back a Week; Local Café Coming to OaklandAlso, Schweet Box, the cereal restaurant, has closed.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Mission Cheese, Radish About to Open; Long Bar to Close for RevampAlso, Berlyn’s Gourmet Eatery, a soul food restaurant, comes to Oakland.
  8. Previews
    Radish Coming to 19th & Lexington in Mid-February
  9. Previews
    Radish Coming to 19th & LexingtonA new ‘seasonal soul food’ spot is coming just a few doors from Hog & Rocks.
  10. At the Greenmarket
    Watermelon Radishes Meet Their Namesake; Lima Beans Exceed ExpectationsA profusion of weighty, thick-skinned melons has rolled into town, coinciding with the sweetening of delicate heirloom tomatoes. To carry home the spoils unspoiled, we recommend heavy-duty totes for the former and a small bag or basket for the latter. Once home, make room in the fridge, since nothing beats the heat like a cool melon. But leave those heirlooms on the counter — a refrigerated tomato is never the same again.