San Francisco Bay Area

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Spring Hill Jersey Cheese

by Melanie Wong 19 years ago

As a fan of the rich buttery cheddars from Spring Hill Jersey Cheese (4235 Spring Hill Road, Petaluma, 707-762-3446, springhillcheese@msn.com), I was delighted to find two new products featured at ...

A Cote' in Rockridge

by Barry Kaufman 19 years ago

Citron in Rockridge (College Avenue)has opened a new cafe next door. Modeled after Chez Pannise Cafe in North Berkeley. Small plates, great wine list and a full bar open to 1:00 A.M. Nothing over $...

Best Place for Kobe Beef?

by Kara 19 years ago

Any suggestions? Thanks for all your previous help -- just discovered the site and the suggestions have been great so far!

Good Chinese delivery in Rockridge?

by Chita d. 20 years ago

Help! My husband and I just moved to Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood from SF and we miss our favorite home-delivered Chinese food (Four Seasons). Can anyone suggest a tasty alternative that delive...

Great Eastern, Chinatown -- thumbs up, thx!

by Kara 19 years ago

Thanks for this and many other suggestions, fellow hounds. Another hit. Checked it out for lunch today. Got the beef and tofu. Asked for it with less oil, as I usually do. The beef was tender...

Mendocino and Ledford House

by Liujaroo 19 years ago

Hi folks, the sig-o and I are heading up to Mendocino next weekend for our anniversary. Anyone have any good suggestions up there? We have a reservation on Saturday night at Ledford House in Alb...

Good NY-type Pastrami in South Bay/Peninsula????

by Larry 20 years ago

As a transplanted New Yorker, I've found suitable stand-ins for most NY-type foods I miss especially Pizza (Giovanni's as well as Vito's in Sunnyvale!!). The one food I cannot find is New York-styl...

Best Salads/ Salad Bars?

by Kara 19 years ago

I enjoy Whole Foods but eager for some variety. Any recommendations on where to get a good entree size salad or salad bar?

New Sushi Find in Richmond

by Kara 19 years ago

Summary: 26's Corner Sushi --- Clement and 26th Very good sushi, priced lower than average; clean, neat decor; extremely friendly, gracious hosts Was in the Richmond trying to check out a recomm...

Sam Lok on Jackson

by Michael Kossen 19 years ago

A few years ago I heard that this was one of the few good Sichuan restaurants in San Francisco. Does anybody have any opinions about it now?

Looking for good cheap/mid-priced places in the Castro

by Limster 19 years ago

I had to come up with a casual but good and inexpensive place to go in the Castro just the other day and the only places I could come up in that price range was Tita's Hale Aina and Thai House (whi...

Where's Bernie??? (late/great Mex stand in Emeryville Market)

by Jim Leff 19 years ago

Speaking of the Emeryville Public Marketplace, it's time for me to restate a quest I've been on for a decade. I was in the very first jazz group to play at Kimball's East in Emeryville. Right nex...

Chinese buffet in Alameda?

by Claris 20 years ago

Hi, I'm looking for a Chinese buffet in Alameda. It doesn't have to be too terribly authentic (parents involved, see), but just good. Suggestions? Thanks! -- C sf_ccs@yahoo.com

Dungeness Crab

by Ivan Stoler 19 years ago

I will be in town soon and I am looking for a place to have some good local crab. Anyplace that specializes in crab like they do in Baltimore (but not cooked in that style)? Thanks

Jimtown Store Olive Salad

by Melanie Wong 19 years ago

This tasty mixture of coarsely chopped olives, red peppers, olive oil and surely some secret ingredients has been the base of quick and crowd-pleasing appetizers this holiday entertaining season. ...

Lee Hou on Clement

by Mike Zurer 19 years ago

Wandered on a whim whilst killing time before a New Year's Eve movie... My lady friend and I had some generic potstickers, sauteed spinach and a clay pot of tofu, roast pork and oysters. The pots...

Pamir Afghan Cuisine, Emeryville

by Melanie Wong 19 years ago

Hunger pangs while driving down 80 urged me to get off the road in search of a quick snack. It had been a couple years since I'd checked out the food stands at the Emeryville Public Marketplace an...

"Egg Bomb"

by Melanie Wong 19 years ago

or zha dan (exploding egg)is a deep-fried, hollow in the middle, spherical crunchy fritter about the size of a softball. Dipped in granulated sugar and made of ultra-eggy batter, these are everyth...

Brussel Sprouts in East Bay

by Alexandra Eisler 19 years ago

Has anyone seen brussel sprouts still on the stalk? Monterey Market? Berkeley Bowl??

No Portuguese?

by Helen 19 years ago

For sentimental reasons I would like to find a Portuguese restaurant for dinner during my visit to SF next month. I tried searching this board, and came up empty. What gives? No Portuguese re...

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