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  1. Coffee Talk
    Machine Coffee & Deli Opens Thursday Next Door to Show DogsStarring… Four Barrel Coffee.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Hapa on Deck for Summer; the East Bay’s Cocktail Boom; and MoreAlso, Show Dogs is getting a next-door coffee shop.
  3. Breakfast
    What to Have for Breakfast at Show DogsSee the full breakfast menu, offered weekdays 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Show Dogs Starts Breakfast, Mirtille Comes to Civic Center, and More
  5. Complaint Department
    Show Dogs Owners Really Wish Market Street Would Hurry Up and Revitalize
  6. Foodievents
    Show Dogs Celebrates One Year; Laszlo Celebrates TenAfter a year in business, Show Dogs adds some sandwiches to their menu.
  7. Interviews
    Interviews: What Keeps the Brass Behind Foreign Cinema and BayWolf In Business7x7 and Berkeleyside Check in with Gayle Pirie, John Clark, and Michael Wild
  8. Openings
    Tour the Quirky Interior of Rancho ParnassusThe new all-day eatery joins a crew of new businesses on Sixth Street.
  9. The Poor Man’s Menu
    Tasting the Poor Man’s Boudin Blanc: Show Dogs v. CaminoIn the first of a series, we look at whether the wallet-friendly boudin blanc at Show Dogs stands up to the $22 version at Camino.
  10. Empire Building
    New Warfield Building Restaurant to Feature ‘Vintage’ Menu?The new venture by the Foreign Cinema folks will feature menu items popular a century ago?
  11. Election Season
    Prop D Loss Won’t Derail Foreign Cinema SpinoffDevelopers will go ahead with the enormous new restaurant despite the loss of a city proposition that would have allowed more signage.
  12. Election Season
    Show Dogs Debuts Political Hot DogHot 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.
  13. Free Food
    Free Dogs at Show Dogs TodayShow Dogs tests out its food on you, the public.
  14. Openings
    Show Dogs Open TodayHaute Dog and beer palace to liven up Market Street.