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Slice House Restaurant Review
Slice House Restaurant Review

Review of Slice House Restaurant Slice House is the newest of pizza boss Tony Gemignani’s growing list of restaurants in San Francisco (and beyond). A few short blocks from AT&T Stadium, the world-famous pizzaiolo serves slices of cheese, pepperoni, and Sicilian style pies, as well as a list of specialty pizzas, pasta, and panini. I’ve(…)

Published On: Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Review
Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Review

Review of Brenda’s French Soul Food Restaurant Brenda’s French Soul Food has a big reputation for serving up hearty southern specialties to huge crowds of weekend brunchers. Still, it’s unassuming and unpretentious, located in the Tenderloin alongside storefronts with bars over the windows. Brenda’s was a very pleasant surprise to find in a neighborhood not(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Prospect Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Prospect Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Prospect Restaurant Review A nice, big, high-energy place in the Financial District that delivers surprisingly creative food, Prospect Restaurant is a great place to go for a business dinner, or to discuss a deal. It’s not too romantic, so this isn’t a place on a date, unless your date is Larry Ellison, in which case(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017
Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Craftsman and Wolves Restaurant The trendy San Francisco pastisserie, Craftsman and Wolves, offers baked goods, hot meals, and coffee in the hipster-topia of the Mission District. With a few creative concoctions on the menu, Craftsman & Wolves has gained quite the following. I first learned about Craftsman & Wolves from my Instagram feed:(…)

Published On: Monday, March 6th, 2017
Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Nick’s Crispy Tacos Restaurant Nick’s Crispy Tacos serves Baja-style Mexican food in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Nick’s is known for its tacos, especially those served “Nick’s Way,” meaning crispy and topped with jack cheese and guacamole. Word on the street is that these are some of the best tacos around.(…)

Published On: Monday, March 6th, 2017
Town Hall Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Town Hall Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Review of Town Hall Restaurant Town Hall is one of my very favorite restaurants in this city. I absolutely love this place, and I believe that anyone with any sense would feel the same way. The food is first-rate, the service is great, the ambiance is unique, and it’s one of the few places in(…)

Published On: Sunday, March 5th, 2017
Barbacco Eno Trattoria Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Barbacco Eno Trattoria Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Barbacco Eno Trattoria  Restaurant Review When I think of a trattoria, I think of the Italian version of a bistro. Casual, friendly, inviting and unpretentious. Maybe with a family vibe. Barbacco was not that. In fact, it was the exact opposite. This is a glossy, efficient machine designed to extract money while inserting as many(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 1st, 2017
Suzu Noodle House Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Suzu Noodle House Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Suzu Noodle House Restaurant Review One of Japantown’s popular ramen spots, Suzu Noodle House is a small restaurant with a wide variety of items on its menu. The ramen menu alone features several options for broths, meats, and a list of extra ingredients you can add in to customize your dish. Other choices include udon(…)

Published On: Monday, February 27th, 2017
Café Madeleine Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Café Madeleine Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Café Madeleine Restaurant Review Café Madeleine is an adorable European style café that serves sandwiches, salads, quiche, soups, pastries, and desserts. Open for breakfast and lunch throughout the week, Café Madeleine is a popular spot to grab a coffee on the way to work or for a quick lunch. The menu at Café Madeleine restaurant(…)

Published On: Monday, February 27th, 2017
Marlowe Restaurant Review, San Francisco
Marlowe Restaurant Review, San Francisco

Marlowe Restaurant Review One of the major challenges of writing restaurant reviews is the inevitable slide towards getting metaphysical about food. One the one hand, it’s food. It’s something you put in your cakehole, it’s good or it’s not, and attaching more meaning to this universal human act is just sort of dopey. On the(…)

Published On: Sunday, February 26th, 2017