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The Supreme Hidden Soft Serve of the Universe

Michaelis Wine & Spirit is a liquor store, but in the back corner they have a frozen yogurt stand. READ MORE

Nami Nami Is Kappo Ecstacy

There is sushi here, but perhaps you ought to revel in Nami Nami’s specialty: small cooked dishes. READ MORE

Flaky Australian Meat Pies

Australian Products Co. sells about three thousand different things from Australia—including tims tams, mites, biscuits, lollies, Gravox, and fountain sauces. READ MORE

Gutsy Sichuan Quality

Little Sichuan closed, and is reincarnated in the form of Classic Sichuan. It’s awesome—as long as you stay on the Sichuan menu and avoid the standard fare from the regular menu. READ MORE

House of the Blessed Pupusa

There is a store in San Pablo that sells holy pupusas. It started with somebody selling pupusas out of their home on a Sunday. Now it’s a semi-restaurant on Sundays at lunch. READ MORE

Stunning Olive Baguette Showing Up Everywhere

The Phoenix Pastificio makes an utterly stunning olive baguette. So good that it almost never survives the car ride home. It’s packed with the best olives that gordon wing has ever tasted in an olive bread. READ MORE

Moroccan Teas

Café Ya-Bon has all the standard café fare—lattes and mochas and whatnot—but if you pay close attention, you’ll see a little Moroccan sparkle in the menu. READ MORE

A Great Clam Pie, and a Great Cream Pizza

Pane was hanging out at the counter bar at Pizzeria Delina when he stumbled across a great clam pizza. READ MORE

Hanging Out and Scarfing Oysters

Go to Tomales Bay Oyster Company. Buy bags of oysters from them. Then go outside to their picnic tables and chow down. READ MORE

Best. Dim. Sum. Ever.

There’s no décor. There’s no service. You have to grab a menu and seat yourself, squeezing into gigantic tables with other eaters. And yet: Dol Ho is the single greatest dim sum ever. READ MORE